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3/3/2017

Press Release

The 2017 Phonathon is Coming!

The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle is gearing up for its annual Phonathon on Sunday, March 12th, continuing on Monday, March 13th.  Over 100 Concord-Carlisle High School students from the National Honor Society will gather to place approximately 3,500 calls to Concord and Carlisle townspeople in order to raise funds.


The Scholarship Fund Phonathon raises money to help provide need-based college scholarships to students who live in or have graduated from secondary schools in Concord or Carlisle.  The Scholarship Fund has been supporting students for 51 years, and has awarded over $3 million in scholarships toward post-secondary education.


The Scholarship Fund Phonathon Chair Bee Loprete is looking forward to supporting the students as they make the calls. “We couldn’t do this without the National Honor Society and Peter Atlas, the advisor.  The kids really throw themselves into the Phonathon, and it’s great to watch them spend the afternoon helping to raise money for a cause that touches their lives so closely.” You can make a difference, too. Please listen for your phone call, March 12th or 13th!