Tomorrow Project- The Allen Breed Endowment
Allen was a man of great heart who believed in the power of opportunity. A man of integrity, he stood firmly behind his values to do what he considered fair and just.
Breed was a positive influence on those who worked alongside him. His leadership skills were based on empowering others, leading by example and a genuine concern for those around him and for those he served. It is only fitting that his former staff, family and friends have joined together to create a lasting memorial tribute in his honor to aid at-risk youth.
The Allen Breed Tomorrow Project Endowed Scholarship will provide funding for students to attend University of Pacific's Tomorrow Project summer academies.
This academic experience will expose students to focused and innovative learning, leadership training and depending on the summer academy the student attends will offer them exposure to:
· A week long college experience focused on civic leadership
Life skills, confidence and team building are added value as Pacific faculty and student leaders assist in life-changing academic experiences.
Students on the final day of Stockton
By contributing to this memorial tribute, you will honor Allen's memory while providing a promise of opportunity for at-risk youth.
Through educational empowerment, our intention is to motivate these young people towards positive choices. The ultimate goal is to inspire at risk youth to a brighter future as productive members of our community. Your support can transform young lives, giving hope and opportunity where it otherwise might not exist.
For more information, or to make a gift to The Allen Breed Endowed Tomorrow, please contact Georgette Hunefeld 209.946.7375.
For more information about Tomorrow Project programs, please contact Nancy Shaw.
"The Tomorrow Project Academies provide a rich learning environment that promotes self-confidence, discipline and critical thinking in some of Stockton's most disadvantaged youth, the very children who are our community's future."
~ University of the Pacific President Pamela A. Eibeck