Savannah attorneys Patrick Connell, Jay Thaw, and Josh Dorminy were among several attendees of a recent luncheon at Savannah Quarters held as a part of a fundraising effort for the Arete Scholarship Fund. The luncheon was featured in a cover page story on the August 7th issue of The Savannah Tribune.
Photo by Savannah Tribune, L-R: Emily Inboden, Josh Dorminy, Carlethia Ingram, J. Patrick Connell, Jay Thaw, Anthony Phillips, Jordan-Leigh Pritchard, Derek Monjure, Donna Phillips and Buck Alford
Boyd & Jenerette made a contribution to Ramah Junior Academy in support of the event, and Josh Dorminy will serve as a member of the Board of Directors.
Arete Scholars exists to help under-resourced children reach their highest potential through educational opportunity. Through private contributions from corporate and philanthropic partners, Arete awards need-based K-12 scholarships and empowers parents to place their children in schools that best suit their unique gifts and learning needs. Arete currently operates under tax credit scholarship programs in Georgia and Louisiana.
Every $100,000 tax credit donation funds 25 students for an entire school year. Since 2010, partners have helped the fund provide more than $37 million in aid.
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