The Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic Students
Mission: The Tomorrow Fund seeks to make higher education more accessible to talented Hispanic students from low-income families in North Carolina through scholarships to help these students bridge their financial aid gaps.
“A Better Life: Tomorrow Fund Bridges Gap for Hispanic Students” Herald Sun article 1/18/14
“Glenda Polanco was only 8 when she immigrated from El Salvador to Durham. She became the English speaker of the family, ordering for her mom and younger brother at restaurants, talking to car mechanics and paying the bills…”
“Tomorrow Fund Creating Brighter Future” Herald Sun Editorial 1/17/14
“We appreciate the dogged pursuit shown by the students that the Tomorrow Fund has assisted. We hope they achieve the better life that their families sought…”
“I don’t know of more deserving work going on in North Carolina than that of The Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic Students. While we work for public support for these students, let’s do our part as citizens to give them the opportunities they deserve.” James B. “Jim” Hunt Jr. North Carolina Governor 1977–1985, and 1993–2001