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—  What Wealth Inequality in America Looks Like: Key Facts & Figures, stlouisfed.org

“ Despite some fluctuation, the large racial and ethnic wealth gaps remain essentially unchanged when looking at white/black and white/Hispanic families. In 2016, the typical white family had about 10 times the wealth of the typical black family and about 7.5 times the wealth of the typical Hispanic family.”​

 

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"Educating men and women from all backgrounds to create financial stability and build generational wealth."

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2020 Mary A Moore Scholarship Recipients

Rachael Mosley

First Place Award: $1,000

My name is Rachael Mosley and I attended Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School. I have attended CRCP all 4 years. My most memorable moments and experiences are playing Basketball and Soccer. 

In the fall I will be attending Saint Louis Community College of Forest Park to gain my two years of undergraduate in Architecture. Then I will be transferring to Saint Louis University to begin my Architecture degree.

If I were to win this scholarship it will mean the world to me. I have graduated with straight A’s all while having my son. This will put the stamp on that anything is possible.

Fatouma Sam

Second Place Award: $500

My name is Fatouma Sam. I’m a recent graduate of Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School in Saint Louis Missouri. I held a 3.9 GPA and ranks 2nd in my class.

I participated in numerous extracurricular activities such as the Vice President of the Key Club, Secretary of 4H Youth Program, Sisterhood, and Intern Leadership Program. I also have volunteered at Saint Stephen Church, American Society, Normandy Early Childhood Center and Saint Louis Arc. As a student, I have developed skills that has helped shape me, and I hope to take these experiences into the next part of my journey.

This fall of 2020, I plan to attend Lindenwood University with a double major in Biology Pre-med and Political Science with a minor in Spanish. My ultimate goal is to become a physician or pediatrician with an emphasis on assisting undeserved communities.

 

The Moore 4 More scholarship will allow low income students like myself to understand the importance of finance and attend college as a first-generation student.

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Consider donating to help our cause to improve and close the financial wealth and disparities amongst the lower class communities.

 

What People Are Saying About Us!

Mark Johnson

“Moore 4 More has inspired me to aim for my dreams. They advise me on business ideas, personal opportunities, and financial decisions. M4M has encouraged me to budget, create entrepreneur opportunities, increase my credit, and investment in my 401K. I appreciate and enjoy my biweekly coaching. I appreciate the encouragement through financial tips and resources.”

Taylor Davis

“I have been completing financial coaching with Moore 4 More for a year now, and I can truly say was a great investment. My credit has improved, my savings have increased, and now enjoy creating my monthly budget. Thank you for being my financial therapist.”

Fatouma Sam

“My name is Fatouma Sam, and I was one of the 2020 Mary A. Moore scholarship recipients. As a first time generational college student M4M has allow me the opportunity to attend college with a little less debt. I truly appreciation all they are accomplish for college students like myself. Thank you once again!”

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