The Deadline for the 2022 CSH Scholarship is May 30th, 2022.

Christ Saves Hearts

About the Christ Saves Hearts Foundation Scholarship

Every year we will award three scholarships to minority students in the Triangle area that have been impacted by heart disease. As we recognize a vast need in our community, we want to encourage and provide hope for our children. Our goal is to raise over $15,000 this year to continue our advocacy, community outreach, and scholarships annually for high school and college students. We will continue to cultivate business, health, church, and community leaders from across the Triangle area of North Carolina, including individuals who support creating a healthier community in which we live every day.

The Christ Saves Hearts Scholarship Program was established in 2016 to provide college scholarships to graduating NC Triangle high school seniors and college freshmen who have been directly affected by heart disease.


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The Deadline for the 2022 CSH Scholarship is May 30th, 2022.

Our Scholarship Recipients

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Alexis Jordan

University of NC - Chapel Hill

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Aaron Hall

Southern High School

Class of 2019







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Ilana Adlee

Wake Young Women's Leadership Academy

Class of 2019


Alexandra Blair

Apex Friendship High School

Class of 2019


Jamie MacBride

Fuquay-Varina High School

Class of 2019





Erycka Anderson

East Carolina University

Class of 2018

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Kayla Howard

Durham School of the Arts

Class of 2018

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Christian Rich

J.D. Clement Early College HS

Class of 2018




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Zuria Butler

Northwood High School

Class of 2017

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Serae Brown

Northern High School

Class of 2017


Jordyn Whitted

Jordan High School

Class of 2017





Christ Saves Hearts Foundation, Inc. shall award a minimum of three (3) scholarships for the year 2021-22 in amounts ranging from $500 to $1,000.  A committee composed of members of the CSH Board will make a selection of the scholarship winners.  Scholarships will be awarded to a minimum of three (3) applicants who are, in the opinion of the committee, most worthy of an award on the basis of scholastic record, future promise, and financial need.  An announcement of the scholarships awarded will be made in October of each year.  Scholarship winners will be required to accept such awards for use during the next succeeding school year. 



Any graduating senior who has been or is currently directly affected or suffering from heart disease, rather themselves, parent, or sibling living in the same household may apply for one of the scholarships. Students qualifying under the above provisions must also be qualified for admission to an accredited college or university, or trade school at mid-term or at the end of the current school year during which the awards are made. Graduating seniors who are not eligible to apply for said scholarships include any student who is a child, adopted child, step-child, grandchild, or full dependent ward of an employee, board member or trustee of Christ Saves Hearts Foundation, Inc.



Applications for scholarships must be made on forms provided by CSHF and must be submitted to the offices of CSHF by mail at 7751 Brier Creek Parkway, Suite 100, Raleigh, NC 27617, no later than the date announced annually as the last date for which application will be received. THE SELECTION COMMITTEE MAY NOT CONSIDER APPLICATIONS POSTMARKED AFTER THE DATE SPECIFIED, NOR MAY IT CONSIDER APPLICATIONS, WHICH DO NOT INCLUDE ALL MATERIALS, REQUESTED ON THE APPLICATION. Deadline: (To be determined by Board) 



Scholarship holders will be required to maintain no less than a 2.5 GPA during the remainder of their senior year of high school and graduate by the end of the senior school year.  Applicant must submit verification that is enrolled in college full-time first semester of study in order to receive the remaining half of their scholarship award.  Failure in and/or withdrawal from full-time status shall forfeit any holder’s remaining scholarship funds. CSHF may make an exception to the Rule, upon petition by the holder, if absence from classes is on account of illness, certified to by a physician, or other exceptional reasons, shall have been the cause of such failure or withdrawal. 



CSHF Board of Directors, Committee Board Members, nor the scholarship selection committee shall be liable for the debts or conduct of holders of scholarships, and such holders shall have no right to anticipate, assign or transfer rights acquired by reason of a scholarship award. The CSHF Scholarship Committee reserves the right to at any time make any exceptions, interpretations, modifications, and amendments to the provisions hereof as it deems appropriate.