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Gabriel Martin Memorial Annual Scholarship Fund

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Organized by
Robbie and Ginger Martin
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$10,500
Raised of $11,500 goal
1 scholarship funded
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    Pat Easley

    $550
    A

    Anonymous

    $100
    MA

    Marcus And Danyā Turner

    $100
    JM

    Johnny Milazzo

    $2,500
    A

    Anonymous

    $1,000

Our story

Robbie and Ginger Martin created this fund in honor of Gabe Martin. They've been fighting student debt by giving students scholarship opportunities since February 2022. Gabe grew up in Richland, Mississippi, where he graduated high school and was a band alumnus. He loved basketball, playing his XBOX, helping others in need, and being with his family and friends. Throughout all his life, he fought numerous asthma attacks and food allergies. And yet even with his medical conditions, he lived an extraordinary life. Sadly, his short life came to a tragic end. Gabe was an organ donor and will continue his legacy of helping others by giving the gift of mobility and sight through being an organ donor. This fund helps students who have medical conditions, like Gabe did.

Our goal

This scholarship fund supports under-privileged students in Mississippi with a medical condition in order to give them the opportunity to pursue their dreams and make a difference through their careers.
Scholarships made possible by your generosity

Comments from contributors 3

Pat Easley2 months ago
$550

My precious grandson

Marcus And Danyā Turner3 months ago
$100

In loving support of Gabe.

Anonymous3 months ago
$1,000

Helping the Martin family with helping young adults achieve their dreams.

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