Magnus Charitable Trust

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2009 Magnus Charitable Trust Scholarship

Magnus Charitable Trust has chosen the recipients of its 2009 Scholarship and will be hosting a celebratory event for the 25 Chicago area high school seniors that were chosen along with the 2004 Scholarship recipients and their Mentors on June 27th.

The new 25 recipients will be receiving enough funding towards their undergraduate education so as to ensure the successful completion of their chosen course. Maria Magnus, Director of the Trust, is hopeful that this group of students is as successful as the previous scholarship recipients. “We had 43 of the original 50 students graduate from college, and I am very proud of their accomplishments. One part of Magnus Charitable Trust’s goal is to help educate the world, and even though we are starting with these small groups, we can see the benefits in this and are looking to further that success in this new group of students.”

Maria said the reason why now is an important time to offer another scholarship is two-fold; being involved with the achievements of the first scholarship recipients inspired her and secondly, “with the economy the way it is, people sometimes forget about those who were already financially challenged. That is why now more than ever it is time to offer this scholarship again.”


2009 Magnus Charitable Trust Scholarship
Roberto A., Franklin Park Enestina M., Chicago
Donatus A., Chicago Gabriella N., Deerfield
Elvis C., Naperville Tu N., Chicago
Karen E., Chicago Ashundria O., Chicago
British F., Chicago Ta’resa P., Chicago
Marlene G., Chicago Stacey P., Franklin Park
Alicea H., Maywood Khadija S., Chicago
Astrid H., Chicago Diane T., Chicago
Erika H., Chicago Michelle T., Roselle
Tyler H., Evanston Maria V., Chicago
Antonio J., Chicago Shacara W., Chicago
Patricia L., Justice La’Zerick W., Elmhurst
Monika M., Chicago

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