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The 100 provides annual scholarship awards to deserving matriculating students who will be full-time students at accredited and post-secondary institutions based on 100 Black Men of the Upstate eligibility criteria. Scholarship dollars assist youth in completing educational goals by providing resources to offset expenses associated with tuition, books and housing. The scholarship program allows the 100 to identify potential youth leaders in our local communities and motivates them to achieve academic and community service excellence.

THE 100 BLACK MEN OF THE UPSTATE AND DENNY'S PARTNER FOR HUNGRY FOR EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

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The 100 Black Men of the Upstate Chapter of South Carolina in partnership with Denny's, Inc., is pleased to announce the 2021 launch of the Hungry for Education (HFE) scholarship program, which Denny's started to help fight childhood hunger and promote education. Now open for applications, the Denny's HFE program will award a total of $330,000 in scholarships to deserving high school and college students throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and we're proud to be a partner this year.

The 100 Black Men of the Upstate Chapter of South Carolina will select this year's winners and administer the scholarships on behalf of the organization and Denny's. Qualified students are invited to apply by visiting the HFE scholarship site where they can begin the application process. High school and college students will be asked to submit an essay on how Denny's can help bring communities together. The deadline for applying is December 10, 2021.

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