DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. – CatholicVote Education Fund and the Foundation for the Restoration of America are partnering with the joint mission of educating young Americans on founding principles.
CatholicVote Education Fund, a 501c3 organization, supports the Constitutional Study Program, in which students will be eligible for scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 upon completion.
The Foundation will award $100,000 total in scholarships for the 2023 school year — $50,000 for the first deadline of June 30 and $50,000 for the second deadline of December 31.
The Foundation for the Restoration of America, a 501©(3) non-profit organization, awards these scholarships in recognition of the commitment it shares with its partners: CatholicVote Education Fund, Chicago Hope Academy, and other organizations to teach and defend America’s founding principles.
“We’re thrilled to partner with CatholicVote Education Fund in support of our shared mission of renewing our country through teaching American founding principles and values,” said Foundation for the Restoration of America President Doug Traux.
“Young Americans need to be taught the truth about our founding and history,” CatholicVote Education Fund President Brian Burch said. “This partnership with the Foundation for the Restoration of America is an important move to promote the truth.”
About the Foundation for the Restoration of America
The Foundation for the Restoration of America is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to teaching American citizens that the principles of the nation’s founding should continue to serve as the foundation for the future and that they need to restore those principles in their government and society. Learn more about the Foundation for the Restoration of America at www.ffroa.com.