Last Day to Donate to Help Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Attend UNLV

Support the UNLV HOPE Scholars.

The UNLV HOPE Scholars Program is now entering its third year. There are eight students in the program entering either their sophomore or junior year. They continue to work toward their dream of a college education, making new friends, working on campus, and succeeding thanks to the generosity of so many community members in the past two years. Now, these same students are asking you to help the next class of UNLV HOPE Scholars to achieve that same dream. We are hoping to admit seven new students to the program this year.

The program is a partnership between Title I HOPE of the Clark County School District, Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY), Desert Sage Auxiliary, and UNLV. The program is specifically designed to assist students who qualify as unaccompanied homeless youth in Clark County secure year-round housing, academic and financial support, employment, and counseling while attending UNLV.

Please help us assist the next generation of homeless youth to become Rebels and achieve the dream of a college education by donating online.

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