Back To School Event
In lieu of our Annual Dinner please join us for our virtual “Back To School” event!
Come visit our website between September 10th and 17th to meet our single mother students, learn more about Women to Women, and show your support to these incredible single mothers!
Unfortunately we had to postpone our Annual Planting Seeds Of Hope Gala due to Covid-19 but our single mothers still need our help!
So let’s send our single mothers “Back To School”
Please donate today! Any amount will help. As we all work together we can bring hope and change lives.
Below you can learn more about just a few of our single mothers.
Still have questions? Contact us and we’d love to help!
Welcome Back To School
Your donations are changing lives…just listen to a few of our single mother scholarship recipients to hear how!
More scholarship recipients
“Being a recipient of the Single Parent Scholarship has blessed me with opportunities I would have never imagined possible. I’ve been a single mom for over 10 years, and it has been an interesting journey. As an educator for many years, I knew I needed to pursue other career paths in order to provide a […]
“The generosity of the donors who have made my scholarship possible opened doors to me in a time when I felt stuck. I was concerned, as a single mother, about my future. I didn’t know how I would be able to renew my education and employment possibilities, remain financially stable, and raise my family. This […]
For many students, college is just as much about meeting new people and starting over as it is about continuing education. For Crista Little, this was the case. After having her son Liam Grae, Crista decided to return to college and pursue marketing. Upon returning, Crista was offered the Single Mother Scholarship. “The scholarship blessed my […]
Mireya Gallardo, a West Valley native and single mother of four, is a shining example of staying optimistic and positive during trials. Mireya had felt for some time that she should pursue higher education, but through a very painful divorce and trying to raise her children on her own, she didn’t know how it would […]
Tonya Nicosia, a single mother of four children, has taken more than her share of life’s trials over the past few years. Through a divorce, the loss of many jobs, a car accident, and trying to provide for her family, Tonya didn’t see higher education as a possibility in her life. There were many people […]
Ruth Sharp is a Business Management major from Tooele, Utah and is a single mother of seven children. Because of her circumstances, Ruth wasn’t sure how she would be able to continue to support her family on her own. Then Ruth was awarded the Single Mother Scholarship to help cover her tuition and fees to […]
Debbie Langley is a single mother studying Information Technology. Debbie has been a recipient of the Single Parent Scholarship for the last two semesters. This has made it possible for her to continue her education and work toward building a career. Debbie’s main support in her pursuit of higher education is her eight children, who […]
Just like many of us, Stephanie Brown, a Medical Coding Major from West Valley City, was incredibly hesitant to start college. “I didn’t do so well in high school.” Stephanie says, “I wasn’t sure if I would be able to handle college. Also, dealing with mental illness, my confidence was very little.” After being urged […]
Jennifer Call Holbrook, a single mother from Centerville, Utah, originally graduated from college with her Associate’s degree in 2003. However, when she was suddenly and unexpectedly widowed in 2014 with a then 18-month-old son, Jen knew that going back to school would help her to give her son the best possible life. When Jennifer returned […]
Crystal Minnick never pictured herself attending college. As a single mother to a young five-year-old son, Crystal was working in a dead-end job that wasn’t going anywhere. During this time, her mentor suggested she attend college. Crystal turned to the Lord to make her decision. “When I got online to apply, I felt like it was […]