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The Dream 4 It Foundation celebrated its 12th anniversary with a benefit concert. Students were awarded $20,000 in educational scholarships and book stipends at the event, and a number of people were honored for their service to the community. The foundation also formally announced an endowed scholarship at Towson University.

2019 scholarship recipients included:

 Kaia Godsey, Spelman College
 Bryan Green, Mount St. Mary’s University
 Hannah Jackson, George Washington University
 Oluwatomisin Esther Olajide, University of MD, Baltimore County
 Rayshaun Pettit, University of MD, College Park
 Kai Smith, Temple University
 Patra Williams, East Tennessee State University

2019 honorees included:

 Brandon J. Johnson, Suicide Prevention, State of Maryland
 Kevin Lindamood, President, Health Care for the Homeless
 Rabbi Dena Shaffer, Executive Director of 4Front,
 Samuel Scott, Vice Chairman – Elijah Cummings Youth Program for Israel
 Cindy R. Williams, Loving Arms Youth Shelter
 Michael “Coach” Jones, Michael Jones Mentoring Group
 Tonya Wilson & Martin “Marty” McNair, Jordan McNair Foundation

Founded in 2008, the foundation’s 12-year giving total now stands at $161,000. The foundation’s president, Dr. Anthony Brown, a local minister, and recording artist, began the foundation in response to the overwhelming reaction he received to a song he had written and recorded entitled, “Dream.”

To find out more about the Dream 4 It Foundation, go to www.dream4it.net or call (443) 472-3311.

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