Scholarships

Anquan & Dionne Boldin Scholarship Foundation

On an annual basis, The Anquan and Dionne Boldin Scholarship Foundation awards four $10,000 scholarships to high school graduates. In addition to the financial need, each student must demonstrate academic excellence and show leadership in their community.

2021 Scholarship Advisory Board

In 2021, the Q81 Foundation launched an advisory board consisting of students who have been long committed to the foundation, volunteering at events and lending a hand whenever possible. The student-led board, comprised of high school juniors, worked in conjunction with the regular vetting criteria, creating a unique peer-review opportunity for scholarship applications.

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Anquan "AJ" Boldin, Jr.

Saint Andrew's School

Anquan “AJ” Boldin, Jr. is a junior at Saint Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, Florida, where he is an honors student and a member of the school’s varsity basketball team. AJ is proudly involved in several school clubs and activities, including the Black Student Union and the Caribbean Club. In his spare time, AJ enjoys traveling with his family, playing basketball, and photography, as he once attended the Boca Raton Museum Art School and is the house photographer for Faith Church Royal Palm Beach. In 2016, AJ officially began volunteering with the Q81 Foundation and has been a part of all the service projects since he was old enough to talk. He is a leader among his peers, often stating that “service to mankind activates our blessings” and lives by the quote “to whom much is given much is required.” AJ would like to pursue a career in professional basketball, but first, he has his sights set on attending college, and his dream university is Florida State University.

Paris Daniels

Treasure Coast High School

Paris Daniels resides in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, where she attends Treasure Coast High School and is a National Honor Society member and part of the AICE Program. Paris is in the top 10% of her class and dual-enrolled at Indian River State College. For the past three years (and counting), Paris has committed to remain enthusiastic and hands-on when giving back to the community, volunteering for several Q81 projects such as the annual turkey drives and golf tournaments. Community service is of the utmost importance to Paris as she seeks to positively impact the community by serving and helping those in need, thus gaining life skills such as teamwork. In her spare time, Paris participates in track, dance, and cheer.

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Eu’Cori Cunningham

Forest Hill High School

Eu’Cori Cunningham is a junior at Forest Hill High School in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he is an honors student and member of the school’s football team. Eu’cori is an avid sports lover, as he is an offensive lineman on Forest Hill’s team and enjoys gaming in his spare time. Additionally, outside of sports and the classroom, Eu’cori enjoys traveling and volunteering. He has been an active member of his community since the 9th grade. According to Eu’cori, meeting new people and lending a hand makes him feel good about using his free time wisely. Eucori hopes to be an attorney or sports agent one day, and his dream college is Florida State University.

Ryan Horvath

American Heritage School

Ryan Horvath is a junior at American Heritage School in Boca Raton, Florida, where he has achieved the Headmasters list for two consecutive years, also winning awards for Spanish, Science, and English. Ryan recognizes the importance of community service and its pivotal impact on society. Therefore, in his free time, Ryan volunteers at his former junior high school, assisting with summer camp programs and participating in other community events. During the pandemic, Ryan has helped the children of his community by creating a fun but safe environment to promote mental wellness. Ryan enjoys boating, traveling with his family, and exercising. He looks forward to studying finance and eventually pursuing a career in real estate finance.

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