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McDonald’s awards $250,000 in scholarships to 100 Arizona students


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Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Of Phoenix, With The Support Of The McDonald’s Owner/Operators Of Phoenix And Northern Arizona, Awarded $250,000 In College Scholarship To 100 Arizona High School Students. The RMHC Scholarship Recipients Were Honored On June 3rd At The RMHC Phoenix Scholarship Breakfast At The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel.  This Program Is One Of The Largest Scholarship Programs Available To Arizona High School Seniors.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix, with the support of the McDonald’s Owner/Operators of Phoenix and Northern Arizona, will assist 100 Arizona high school students attend college this fall with scholarships totaling $250,000.

Scholarships awarded range from $1,500 to $2,500. The students may attend any college or technical school of their choice.  They are selected based on academic achievement, financial need and community involvement.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Phoenix, with the support of the McDonald’s Owner/Operators of Phoenix and Northern Arizona, awarded $250,000 in college scholarship to 100 Arizona high school students. The RMHC scholarship recipients were honored on June 3rd at the RMHC Phoenix Scholarship Breakfast at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel. This program is one of the largest scholarship programs available to Arizona high school seniors.

The RMHC scholarship recipients were honored on June 3rd at the RMHC Phoenix Scholarship Breakfast at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel.  The annual event raises more than $200,000 to help Arizona high school seniors attend college.  This program is one of the largest scholarship programs available to Arizona high school seniors.

The RMHC Phoenix Scholarship Program is supported through the efforts of neighborhood McDonald’s owner/operators, local and national Ronald McDonald House Charities, McDonald’s Corporation and other community donors.

Since 1995, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix has generated more than $2.4 million in funding for the U.S. Scholarship program to benefit Arizona high school students.  As a result, approximately 1,200 Arizona students have received scholarships to help make their dreams of attending college a reality.

“McDonald’s is very proud to impact the lives of students in our local business communities,” said Catherine Sanchez, McDonald’s owner/operator and co-chairman of the RMHC Phoenix Scholarship Program.  “We honor their achievements and support them in their pursuit of higher education.”

            “The Ronald McDonald House in Phoenix is very proud to assist these young adults as they step forward into their future by achieving a college education,” said Nancy Roach, Ronald McDonald House Executive Director.

2016 RMHC Phoenix Scholarship Recipients

First Name Last Name City High School Name
Roksana Abdullah Mesa Tempe High School
Jazmine Abril Laveen Phoenix Union Bioscience High School
Aurella Afanou Glendale Moon Valley High School
Manuel Alvarez San Luis San Luis High School
Cameron Anderson Parker Parker High School
Yolotzin Avila-Cruz Avondale Westview High School
Eduardo Aviles Laveen Cesar Chavez High School
Miguel Bahena Phoenix Sierra Linda High School
Hebah Bahta Tempe Marcos De Niza High School
T’Kayla Baker Gilbert Williams Field High School
Arrington Balfour Mesa Skyline High School
Luisangel Barrera Phoenix Camelback High School
Kayleigh Berthiaume Peoria Centennial High School
Claryssa Borja Phoenix South Pointe High School
Loza Brook Phoenix Cortez High School
Jasmaine Brown Phoenix South Mountain High School
Charity Buckner Yuma Gila Ridge High School
Alissa Caddell Yuma Antelope Union High School
Lisbeth Cantu Garcia Phoenix Central High School
Dalia Cardenas Garcia Avondale Agua Fria High School
Isai Castelo Phoenix Central High School
Jazmin Ceballos Phoenix Metro Tech High School
Alexandra Chavez Phoenix Phoenix Union Bioscience High School
Jazmin Chavez Mesa Westwood High School
Dallas Chewning Litchfield Park Millennium High School
Wynter Coleman Phoenix Camelback High School
Danya Cota Phoenix Apollo High School
Maricela Diaz Phoenix Nfl Yet College Prep Academy
Zachary Edwards Mesa Desert Ridge High
Benjamin Ellis Phoenix Washington High School
Jayleen Espinoza Phoenix Camelback High School
Joseph Fairbanks Mesa Skyline High School
Kylee Ferris Glendale Deer Valley High School
Jesus Frausto Lake Havasu City Lake Havasu High School
Jonathan Frazier Chandler Hamilton High School
Genesis Gomez Salazar Phoenix Metro Tech High School
Yuribi Gonzalez Phoenix Camelback High School
Shandiin Gorman Mesa Westwood High School
Yanairi Guillen Phoenix Camelback High School
Esteisy Gutierrez San Luis San Luis High School
Naruro Hassan Phoenix Camelback High School
Galen Hawkins Phoenix Phoenix Union Bioscience High School
Kimber Henderson Mesa Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center – Red Mountain
Mayra Hernandez Buckeye Estrella Foothills High School
Hector Herrera Gilbert Campo Verde High School
Madeleine Holler Surprise Imagine Charter Elementary School At Rosefield
Caleb Howland Phoenix Sunnyslope High School
Hintisar Juneyd Phoenix Camelback High School
Nahti Keo Phoenix Tempe High School
Ethan Kostishak Phoenix Brophy College Preparatory
Jasmin Kusmic Phoenix Central High School
Mariah Leary Phoenix Phoenix Christian Unified Schools
Isabel Leon Phoenix Phoenix Union Bioscience High School
Yewande-Theresa Lewis Mesa Dobson High School
Brianna Lopez Chandler Dobson High School
Kimberly Lopez San Luis San Luis High School
Nallely Mada Phoenix Phoenix Union Bioscience High School
Antonia Marcheva Mesa Skyline High School
Bailin Markridge Peoria Sandra Day O’connor High School
Joana Marquez Queen Creek Williams Field High School
Irma Martinez Phoenix Tempe High School
Arianda Martinez Yuma Yuma High School
Lacey Medrano Yuma Cibola High School
Ana Mendoza Glendale Carl Hayden High School
Raul Mendoza Phoenix Franklin Police And Fire High School
Jalen Montgomery Phoenix Phoenix Christian Unified Schools
Tameir Moore Chandler Marcos De Niza High School
Amina Najeeb Mesa Desert Ridge High
Roucelin Nava Phoenix Central High School
Monica Navarro Yuma Yuma High School
Malik Neal Laveen Cesar Chavez High School
Socorro Nieves Phoenix Franklin Police And Fire High School
Camryn Norwood-Pearson Phoenix Arizona School For The Arts
Jennifer Owusu-Ankomah Avondale Agua Fria High School
Martha Palacio Phoenix Basis Phoenix
Ana Paz Chandler Dobson High School
Kiana Perkins San Tan Valley Poston Butte High School
Alan Ponce Duarte Phoenix North High School
Claudia Rivera Garcia Phoenix Asu Preparatory Academy- Phoenix
Joshua Rodriguez Phoenix Brophy College Preparatory
Viridiana Rosas Avila Yuma Cibola High School
Alexis Rushing Phoenix South Mountain High School
America Sandoval – Najera Phoenix Camelback High School
Jacob Schreifels Surprise Willow Canyon High School
Karla Shields Morales Phoenix Phoenix Christian Unified Schools
Taelor Smith Gilbert Basha High School
Sarai Soto Diaz Phoenix Nfl Yet College Prep Academy
Alias Sturges Goodyear Desert Edge High School
Julia Suerth Peoria Liberty High School
Jenny Torres Glendale Xavier College Preparatory High School
Ernesto Tostado Glendale Cactus High School
Alayzha Turner-Rodgers Phoenix Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars Academy
Rachel Van Gorp Phoenix Horizon Community Learning Center
Kiara Varela Mesa Desert Ridge High
Yecenia Villarreal Phoenix North High School
Kira Waller Kingman Kingman High School
Jonathan Wedwick Phoenix Ironwood High School
Sakilae White Laveen Girls Leadership Academy Of Arizona
Yodit Woldegebriel Phoenix Central High School
Zoe Zimmerman Mesa Red Mountain High School