Announcing: The Carvell Goodlow ‘Caught Up’ Memorial Scholarship Fund

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Carvell Goodlow was part of the Caught Up Mentoring Program established by Toson Knight, ’13, of Detroit, Michigan. Carvell enrolled at Oakwood University as a freshman in 2017, but tragically lost his life on September 16, 2018.
A donor’s heart was so moved by Carvell’s words that were shared at the memorial service held at Oakwood University that she decided to establish a scholarship in his name, to commemorate his life and continue his legacy. This scholarship will be awarded to Caught Up Alumni, who matriculate through Oakwood University.
It is the donor’s desire to assist the 17 remaining male students, and future Caught Up Alumni who choose to attend Oakwood, to complete their college degree.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
We invite you to make a difference in the lives of these 17 young men. In order for them to finish this semester strong, $77,000 is needed. Invest in this scholarship fund by making a donation today at ougiving.com , and select the Carvell Goodlow Caught Up Memorial Scholarship from the menu.
For more information, contact Miriam Battles at (256) 726-7508, or Reginald Mattison at (256) 726-7584.

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