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"I would not have been able to go to college and make it towards graduation without the help of the Coleman A. Young Foundation." - Michael Phillips, Marygrove College
Coleman A. Young Foundation
Coleman A. Young was the Mayor of Detroit for two decades. He established the Coleman A. Young Foundation (CAYF) in 1982. The Mayor left office in 1993. He died four years later. CAYF is a living legacy of the late Mayor's lifetime of work. All of the assets that he earned were left to the Foundation to provide opportunities for future generations in the city that was his life.
Since 1986, the Foundation has awarded more than four million dollars to more than four hundred students.
The mission of CAYF is to develop leadership among youth through college scholarships, mentoring and other supports for personal growth and development.
Latest CAYF News
SAVE THE DATE: 2014 Coleman A. Young Foundation Annual Awards Experience : Foundation Wide
posted March 21, 2014 at 3:00pm
SAVE THE DATE: 2014 Coleman A. Young Foundation Annual Awards Experience
2014 Coleman A. Young Foundation Scholarship Application Extended to March 12, 2014 : Foundation Wide
posted March 6, 2014 at 9:00pm
Coleman A. Young Foundation has extended the deadline for DAPCEP participants who are applying for the DTE Foundation scholarship to March 12, 2014! Applications must be postmarked by this date, or delivered by hand to 2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 600, Det
Skillman Legacy Scholarship Application : Foundation Wide
posted January 31, 2014 at 1:00am
The Skillman Foundation, in partnership with the Coleman A. Young Foundation, will award 10 scholarships up to $10,OOO each to 10 promising Detroit youth.
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