Senator Chuck Allen III Scholarship Fund
Senator Charles H. (Chuck) Allen, III 1953-2008
Groove, Give and Get Benefit at the New Haven Independent

Scholarship Fund Memorializes Chuck Allen at the New Haven Register

Chuck Allen Passes at the New Haven Independent

From the City of New Haven Board of Aldermen, February 19, 2008:
"UNANIMOUS CONSENT 1) From Alderperson Goldfield, submitting on behalf of the entire Board of Aldermen, a resolution expressing gratitude for the lifelong contributions of Charles 'Chuck” Allen III to the City of New Haven and heartfelt condolences on his death. (Adopted.)"

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 The Shawn Carter (Jay-Z) Scholarship Fund offers scholarship opportunities to any under-served student across the United States


Eligibility Requirements

Qualified  applicants must be a high school senior, college student, and/or  between the ages of 18-25, pursuing studies at a vocational or trade  school. All applicants must be a

US Citizen and complete the on-line application no later than the published  deadline date, which is May 31, 2013.

The  Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation is unique in that it offers  scholarships to single mothers, children who attend alternative schools,  students who have earned a GED, students with grade point averages of  2.0 and students who have previously been incarcerated, etc. but desire a  higher educational opportunity. This group is generally not the  recipients of college scholarships and is typically ignored by the Board  of Education.

The Shawn Carter Foundation offers scholarship opportunities to any  under-served student across the United States who desires a higher  education. One of the key questions asked by the Foundation when  students apply for a scholarship is: What are your plans to give back to  the community?.




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An Award for

Outstanding High School Students

'Youth Sunday' 10:00 A.M. June 11, 2017

at Historic St. Philip's Episcopal Church

204 West 134th Street, New York NY

    About St. Philip's Federal Credit Union

St. Philips Church Federal Credit Union in New York City is a religious, other than those designated low-income associational credit union. Credit Union members can access services, including savings accounts and loans, along with many other credit union benefits at the closest branch location. Make the switch today!

Open since 1951 St. Philips Church CU, located in New York City, New York, has 2 part time employees to assist members. The credit union has more than 400 members and assets of $1.6 Million. Contact St. Philips Church at (212) 862-4940 during business hours.

Meet Our 2017 SCAIII Scholars


Erikah J. Adderley
who will pursue a career in Nursing

Stephen Raman
who will pursue a career in Aerospace Engineering

The Senator Chuck Allen III, Scholarship
  was established in 2008 in memory of the public service and parish activism  of Chuck Allen. He served faithfully the New Haven, Connecticut and Harlem,  New York political and neighborhood communities and parishes.  The fund will distribute monies to high school seniors of color who have a  proven record during their formative years of leadership and community  activism; financial need; and desire to study accounting, law, political or  urban studies or work in public management. Students will be required to  write a 1,000 word topic essay chosen by the selection committee. Once  scholarships are to be dispensed an application will be available by contacting  the St. Philip's Federal Credit Union located at 204 W. 134th street, New  York, NY.