2023 Social Good Scholars

About Our Scholars

Since February 2017, the Lampkin Foundation grants scholarship awards, in addition to connecting students with service opportunities from all over the nation. Each year, the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation awards three scholarships to high school students who are leaders in their community. Students are tasked with illustrating how they plan to use their chosen field of study to promote civic engagement. Unlike most scholarships, selection criteria were not based solely on academic or athletic abilities. Award recipients are chosen based on how they are making positive contributions to their community and their efforts to make their community stronger and more resilient.

Charles R. Drew Charter School

Mathew Cook

Atlanta, Georgia

Leading the pack as the recipient of the $2000 award is Mathew Cook from Charles R. Drew Charter School in Atlanta, Georgia. Mathew is a shining example of dedication and community involvement. He is an active member of Youth United, sponsored by United Way of Greater Atlanta, as well as the Leaders of Tomorrow Program, sponsored by the National Black MBA. Mathew also spends his free time volunteering with the East Lake Foundation, working tirelessly to improve his community.

John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School

Kylee Blount

Augusta, Georgia

The recipient of the Social Good Scholarship Fund’s $1000 award is Kylee Blount. Kylee Blount has made a tangible impact through her involvement in various community organizations. She is an active member of the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club, Augusta NAACP Youth Council, Youth Leadership of Augusta, and Ron Brown GPS Leadership Council. Additionally, Kylee serves as a College Board BigFuture Ambassador on the 2022-2023 Social Media Cohort, where she leverages her skills to promote access to education.

Reynoldsburg High School

Afor Fombang

Reynoldsburg, Ohio

The recipient of the Social Good Scholarship Fund’s $1000 award is Afor Fombang. Afor Fombang, on the other hand, has displayed her commitment to her community through her participation in several programs. Afor is a player for the Barcelona United Club, an active member of the Guided Pathway Program, and a dedicated contributor to the Rickenbacker Woods Foundation Internship. Her passion for community engagement and development is evident in all her endeavors.

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