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The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund: Nurturing the Future of Harford County
In the heart of Harford County, where community and education are deeply valued, The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund, Inc. (ACSF) stands as a beacon of hope and inspiration. This week, Harford County Living is honored to feature ACSF as our Nonprofit of the Week, celebrating their unwavering commitment to the youth and community of Harford County.
A Legacy of Values and Community Service: The ACSF was established with a noble purpose: to preserve and keep visible the values reflected in the life and work of Al Cesky. Known for his significant contributions to the spiritual, emotional, and intellectual development of youth, Al Cesky’s legacy is a guiding light for the fund. His role in fostering community life continues to inspire the work of ACSF, ensuring that his impact on Harford County lives on.
Empowering Youth, Building the Future: At the core of ACSF’s mission is the development and support of Harford County’s youth. By providing scholarships and opportunities, the fund plays a pivotal role in shaping the future leaders, thinkers, and innovators of our community. These scholarships are more than just financial aid; they are investments in the dreams and aspirations of young individuals who are set to make a difference in the world.
Celebrating Excellence and Community Spirit: ACSF’s annual events are a testament to their commitment to community engagement and excellence. The Annual Awards Banquet, a highlight of the year, not only celebrates the achievements of young scholars but also brings the community together in a night of recognition and inspiration. Scheduled for May 16, 2024, at the Richlin Ballroom, this event is a showcase of the bright future that lies ahead for Harford County.
Fostering Fitness and Fun: The Susquehanna River Running Festival, another key event organized by ACSF, combines the spirit of healthy living with community participation. Slated for September 21, 2024, at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace, this festival is more than just a race; it’s a celebration of community spirit and the great outdoors. Participants and supporters come together to enjoy the scenic beauty of Harford County while promoting health, fitness, and, most importantly, supporting a great cause.
A Call to Action: As a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer organization, ACSF relies on the generosity and support of the community. Donations to the fund not only honor Al Cesky’s legacy but also directly contribute to the educational aspirations of Harford County’s youth. Every contribution, big or small, makes a significant impact.
Join the Cause: We invite our readers to join hands with The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund. Whether it’s through participating in their events, making a donation, or simply spreading the word, your support is invaluable in helping them continue their mission.
A Heartfelt Tribute: As we feature The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund as our Nonprofit of the Week, we pay tribute to an organization that truly embodies the spirit of Harford County. Their dedication to youth development and community engagement is a shining example of how we can all contribute to a brighter, more prosperous future.
For more information about The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund, their upcoming events, and how you can get involved, please visit The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund website. Let’s come together to support this remarkable organization and the values it stands for.
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