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      Scotti Scholarship Foundation, Inc. (Moving Mountains, LLC)

      The Scotti Scholarship Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) created to influence the journeys of Black students in and through higher education in the United States. Currently, it consists of three scholarship programs: 

      • The Scotti-Coleman Scholars Program (Chicago, Illinois): a $1,000 scholarship awarded to two Black male seniors in either the IB Diploma Program or who have taken 4+ AP courses at Morgan Park High School. 
      • The Dorothy Hasty-Scotti Education Fund (Tallahassee, Florida): a $750 scholarship awarded to two Florida A&M University School of Education students each semester. 
      • [NEW] COVID-19 Student Microgrant (United States): In response to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Black students, and in recognition of our ever-present mission to positively influence the college completion rate for Black students, we are excited to offer COVID-19 microgrants for Black students currently enrolled in a two-year or four-year course of study. Our goal, powered by your generosity, is to give 20 student grants in 2021.

      This organization is the philanthropic arm of Moving Mountains, LLC.

      Moving Mountains, LLC wants to become the premier developer of Black male talent to Corporate America’s Fortune 500 through asset-oriented cultural wealth development. We accelerate Black boys’ self-efficacy through tangible professional experience, job shadowing, mentorship, and psychosocial and socio-emotional support. This work falls in three strategic pillars: fee-for-service products, direct student services, and financial support.