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Monday, March 16, 2020

The last week as been an emotional week for us here at National College Resources Foundation. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to serving the underserved, underrepresented, at risk, low resource, homeless and foster students.

As the COVID-19 continues to impact our communities and the world, it has caused us to postpone our Black College Expos scheduled through the next weeks. We are looking to reschedule all of our expos, however, we too are committed to safety as well as serving others. We want to do our part in slowing down the spread of this disease and encourage each of us to be mindful of all precautionary measures shared by health professionals.

Please understand as though we serve thousands of low resource students and this has cause many of our students to suffer in finding ways to cope, especially for those who lack food, shelter and resources. Our expos and events are key ways in which we raise money to fund our student support programs. We have set up an online donation link to create crowd funding to sustain our student programs. Please help in spreading the word and making a contribution to our mission. Click Here
We are also setting up free online tutoring support and college access and recruitment to help students continue to get accepted to colleges and access to scholarships.

This is a time we must unite and stand together in prayer for our nation, our communities, our families. We will be using all our social platforms to keep you updated with information and resources. We will get through this TOGETHER.

In His Service,
Dr. Theresa Price
Founder/ Executive Director
National College Resources Foundation

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African Americans in Aviation Traveling Museum
National College Resources Foundation has partnered with Chauncey Spencer, Jr. continuing his father Chauncey Spencer Sr.’s legacy creating an African Americans in Aviation Traveling Museum.  The Traveling Museum is on the road traveling 7,000 miles to share history of black aviators like Chauncey Spencer and Dale White who were responsible for convincing Congress to include blacks in the pre-World War II Civilian Pilot Training Program to fight in the war and getting President Truman to integrate the US Air Force. There would be no Tuskegee Airmen, no Red Tails without Mr. Spencer and Mr. White. They paved the way for black pilots and astronauts. See map of the tour below. The tour includes the March on Washington.
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