Ammon Foundation Grant to Support PCS Student
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The Ammon Foundation of Linden, the philanthropic arm of Ammon Labs, will help fund the tuition of an individual in addiction recovery enrolled at Elijah’s Promise’s culinary school this summer. The scholarship grant fulfills a mission of both organizations to help change the lives of underserved and at-risk individuals.
“It is a great honor to partner with Elijah’s Promise and be able to offer a full scholarship to an individual in recovery to attend the culinary school,” said Paula Figueroa-Vega, Director of Scholarship Programs for the Ammon Foundation. “We are certain this is the kind of opportunity that opens doors to employment.”
“The grant of $2,600 will fund half the tuition for a student attending either the culinary program or the baking and pastry program at Promise Culinary School. Elijah’s Promise will match the grant through its fundraising for the culinary school,” said Executive Director Michelle Wilson.
“We are immensely grateful to the Ammon Foundation for its generosity in helping to support a culinary student at our school,” Wilson said. “Our motto is ‘Food Changes Lives,’ and nothing could be more life-changing than the opportunity to learn professional career skills for the food and restaurant industries.”
The scholarship will be designated for student in addiction recovery, who will begin the next session at Promise Culinary School in July. Applications will be accepted until June 1st with a selection expected by June 15th. For information on applying for this award, email email@example.com For information on Ammon Foundation scholarships, visit http://ammonfoundation.org/scholarships-3/
Founded in 1997, Promise Culinary School is a state-certified vocational program offering training for careers in the food and restaurant industries with a focus on providing opportunities for un- and underemployed people. The school has graduated more than 1,000 individuals in the culinary arts, with over 86 percent finding sustained employment in their chosen culinary field. The diverse student body is taught by professionals with decades of teaching and field experience.
For more information concerning Promise Culinary School, contact Pearl Thompson, Promise Culinary School Director, at (732) 545-9002 ext. 113 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.test.elijahspromise.org/promiseculinarysite.
About the Ammon Foundation
The Ammon Foundation launched in October 2016 as a philanthropic endeavor of Ammon Labs. Its mission is to provide strategic support to remove barriers for those in addiction recovery seeking to continue their education. Its headquarters in Linden, N.J. provides a place of hope for those that have suffered from addiction helping them to access, maintain and sustain long-term recovery through two core programs: Ammon Recovery Scholars and Empowerment Workshop Series. For more information about The Ammon Foundation visit www.ammonfoundation.org and for the latest news and updates follow The Ammon Foundation on: Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ammonfoundation), Twitter (@AmmonFoundation), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/ammon-foundation/) and Instagram (@ammon_foundation).
About Elijah’s Promise
Founded in 1989 to serve meals to homeless and needy individuals in New Brunswick, Elijah’s Promise is dedicated to harnessing the power of food to end the cycle of poverty in the community. In addition to its Community Soup Kitchen, the organization connects people with needed social services to put them on the road to self-sufficiency. Other programs include Promise Culinary School, Let’s Cook for families and children, Promise Catering and Promise Community Garden.