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NEW: Letter of Support from Governor Beverly Perdue

Governor Perdue agrees that now more than ever Scott-Free’s mission is a worthy cause that she supports.
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www.scott-free.org now taking donations online!

Hello friends, It is our pleasure to announce that The Scott-Free Scholarship Foundation is now equipped to accept donations via credit card thanks to PayPal! If you check the bottom of the Scott-Free homepage you will see a ‘donate’ button (exactly the same as the one bel
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…as seen in Midtown Magazine- March / April 2009

“America’s greatest contribution to the world is the summer camp.” – FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT With a little inspiration and an opportunity to explore one’s own abilities, all children can succeed and become part of a productive, thriving community. Summer camp can be on
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Welcome everyone to scott-free.org version 2.0!

Hello friends, On behalf of the entire Scott-Free Foundation I’d like to welcome everyone to the newly redesigned scott-free.org website. I hope you find it easy to navigate and enjoy new features such as the web gallery and online application. On that note, if anyone has pictur
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As Seen in Cary Living Magazine- Sept/Oct 2008 Issue

This summer, 22 children found a friend in Scott-Free, which provided them theopportunity to attend camp, challenge themselves and explore the possibilities ofwhere their own abilities might take them in this world. The Scott-Free Scholarshipis need based, and recipients receive full
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A Letter from former Lieutenant Governor Perdue

Dear Friends, I hope that the Inaugural Scott-Free Charity Art Auction went well, and I wish you much success on your goal of sending at-risk youth to summer camp. Like you, I know how much summer camp means to a child. The memories last a lifetime and the experiences shape who we are
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As seen in Cary Living Magazine

SCOTT GRUDER WASN’T ONE TO TOOT HIS OWN HORN. He once paid to fix the broken car window of a grocery cashier, barely mentioning it to his wife Deborrah. The cashier was a single mom with two kids, one of which was very ill. Gruder noticed her leaving work one morning with plasti
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