The purpose of the Ingram Scholarship Program Alumni Fund is to further the mission of the Ingram Scholarship Program by specifically supporting Ingram Scholar projects where there is a specific sustainable benefit for the community and where there are limited funds available for the project. Ingram Scholars may submit a request for funds up to $1,000. Applications are accepted or denied after being reviewed by members of the Ingram Scholarship Program Alumni Fund Committee.
If you wish to make a donation to the Ingram Scholarship Program Alumni Fund you can make your gift easily using our secure giving form: www.vanderbilt.edu/giveonline.
Under “Area(s) I would like to support” please click on “other” and write “Ingram Scholarship Program Alumni Fund (R10427)” in the blank for allocation description. If you do not specify the Alumni Fund (R10427) your gift will be placed in the endowment fund.
Chandler Anthony received $1000.00 to purchase seeds for the two most profitable crops, millet and garlic to be used in a program providing job skills and income for the Street Boys Ministy in Nakura, Kenya
Abby Hannifan received $740.00 to transcribe and translate recorded interviews of women in Guatemala so that she and her thesis advisor could analyze and interpret the findings and the respond to the women's' needs for empowerment.
Emily Zern received $800.00 for an EBT machine to be used for the Nashville Mobile Market, a social enterprise initiative that aims to provide a sustainable source of healthy and quality foods for areas of Nashville, while attempting to offer a solution to the physical, financial and educational market failures in the food deserts in Nashville.
Thomas Davis received $1000.00 to purchase an electronic library system and to fund the first two months of operational expenses for a bilingual library and literacy program in the Clairmont apartment complex in south Nashville
Ashley Zeiger received $1000.00 to develop FilmVoice, a program to provide students in high poverty schools the opportunity and access to equipment to develop their filmmaking, screenwriting, and editing skills.