Support Young Women

Support Our Scholars is a nonprofit organization that supports underprivileged young women from the Orlando, Florida area with extraordinary potential. Our organization selects young woman at the top of their high school graduating class and mentors them throughout their four years of college and beyond.

How We Help Girls Graduate

In order to prepare our scholars for college, we partner each scholar with a mentor for her four-year journey. Each mentor helps her scholar by mapping out a four-year plan, providing advice about courses and majors and serving as a confidante as difficulties arise. Additionally, we provide our students with a $10,000 stipend throughout their four years of college, pending a 2.5 GPA and contact with their mentor. We also provide our scholars with everything they need to begin their freshman year of college. We make sure our scholars a laptop, bedding, winter clothing if they are going to school up north, and anything else they may need for their transition into college. It is very important to us that our girls go to college with dignity and do not feel inferior to their peers.

Upcoming Events

09/22 | WINTER PARK
SOS Moves!
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10/06 | NEIMAN MARCUS
Fabulous Fall Fashions
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10/29 | WINTER PARK
A Night in Tuscany
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Testimonials

unnamed-8-200x200If I had 10,000 tongues, I still could not thank God enough for blessing me with Support Our Scholars, not only has SOS helped me to get here, they are helping me stay. I was a little girl with a dream, now I am a young woman with a bright future living what was once her fairytale.

Chelsea, SOS Scholarship Recipient, Junior at Florida A&M

I want to thank you again for all that you do for me and the other girls. I know that this is a special program and I want to let you know that I couldn’t be happier with my experience with such a great group of people. I am so lucky to have met so many strong and positive women! I am graduating now and only hope that the positive spirits you bestowed on us, follows me.

Natasha, SOS Scholarship Recipient, Senior at University of Central Florida