The Pat Santucci Education Fund supports projects that impact public education and also special education in Harrison, Hancock, Jackson, Stone, Pearl River and George County School Districts.
The fund is to provide grants for services including, but not limited to the training and educational needs of the physically and mentally challenged.
The Isiah Fredricks Education Fund supports new education projects in schools of the Gulfport and Harrison County School Districts, whose student’s population is from predominately low income families.
The Jack A. & Gertrude W. Wilson Animal Welfare Fund was established to provide grants for qualifying organizations that deliver programs for or with animals. All grants from this fund are for the welfare of all animals.
The fund is to provide annual scholarships to the field of health care with the emphasis on but not limited solely to nursing education, including holistic medicine and the mind, body and spirit.
The award will be granted to a graduating senior from Biloxi High School who understands and exemplifies the belief system that Michael Mixon himself purported: aspire to excellence, but be yourself.
The Career Women’s Club Scholarship Fund was established in January 1996 to provide scholarship assistance to a “non-traditional student” anticipating a career track curriculum. A “non-traditional student” is defined as someone who did not pursue further education immediately after high school.
The Lawrence & Lucimarian Roberts Helpline Scholarship Fund was established in July 2002 to help individuals further their education in human service professions such as psychology, counseling, social work, or other majors in the behavioral health and science field.