Applications Due May 1, 2024 for Tom Webb Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is available to any senior who has been involved in Jubilee Family Development Center and its programs. Interested applicants must be applying to an accredited college, university, or trade school following high school graduation. Under certain circumstances funds may be made available to students already enrolled in college. Scholarships may be awarded to students exhibiting these merits:
- Active involvement in Jubilee and its programs.
- Scholastic achievement.
- Leadership in school and/or community.
- Recommendation from Jubilee staff.
Scholarship funds are disbursed directly to the college, university, or trade school where the student has been accepted.
The amount of the scholarship, and the number given, will be determined annually by the scholarship committee.
The family of the late Tom Webb established the Tom Webb Children’s Fund in his memory in 2019. Tom Webb was a local hero. A former Campbell County Schools principal and Lynchburg City Schools Board member, Tom dedicated his life to helping others, volunteering with numerous nonprofit organizations and serving on several nonprofit Boards of Directors. Webb was a longtime member of Jubilee’s Board of Directors, and after his passing in Fall 2018, Webb’s family selected Jubilee for the establishment of the Tom Webb Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Tom Webb Memorial Scholarship Recipients
2022 – Our 2022 Tom Webb Scholarship recipients are all graduates of E. C. Glass High School, and include MaKayla Booker, who will attend Randolph College, Jaiden Symone Scott, who will attend the University of Lynchburg, and Jordyn Wright-Goode, who will attend Eastern Mennonite University.
2021 – Rayvean Graves. He is a 2021 graduate of Heritage High School, and is attending Virginia Commonwealth University, majoring in criminal justice. The Tom Webb Scholarship for $1,500 was paid directly to Virginia Commonwealth University to assist with his tuition. Graves has attended Jubilee’s programs for many years, and has also mentored in Jubilee’s Building Young Men Mentoring Program.
2020 – Whitney Culpepper. She is a 2020 graduate of Heritage High School, and is attending Bridgewater College majoring in psychology. The Tom Webb Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 was paid directly to Bridgewater College to assist with her tuition. Culpepper has attended Jubilee’s programs for many years, including the YES After School Tutoring Program and the Summer Enrichment Camp. She has also mentored in the Jubilee’s GEM Girls Mentoring Program.
Remembering Tom Webb: An Evening with Baseball Legend Johnny Bench
Thank you to everyone that supported and attended the Remember Tom Webb: An Evening with Baseball Legend Johnny Bench on June 11, 2019. Proceeds from the event benefited the Tom Webb Scholarship Fund at Jubilee. We sincerely appreciate the friendship and support of the Webb Family and Johnny Bench in making this event possible. Thank you again!
Jubilee will happily accept donations to the Tom Webb Scholarship Fund at Jubilee at any time. To support to Tom Webb Scholarship Fund at Jubilee, please mail your check, made payable to Jubilee Family Development Center, to 1512 Florida Avenue, Lynchburg, VA 24501. Please put “Tom Webb Scholarship Fund” in the memo field of the check. Or you can make a donation online on Jubilee’s website, and note that the donation is for the Tom Webb Scholarship Fund. Thank you for supporting Jubilee Family Development Center and the Tom Webb Scholarship Fund at Jubilee!