Folds of Honor

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We are overwhelmed by your support of our Round Up at the Register to benefit Folds of Honor.

Together, we were able to donate $1 million. We couldn’t have done it without you.

“Because of our customers’ immense generosity and our team’s commitment to the effort, we have been able to raise $4.2 million and fund 820 educational scholarships over the past four years,” said Bill Bradley, Schnucks Chief Marketing and Communications Officer.

⁣⁠Looking forward to seeing what we can do together next year!

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Our debt to those killed and wounded preserving American freedom can never be repaid, but you can honor their sacrifice. Help us provide hope in the form of educational scholarships for these families. It’s our turn to serve.

The Anderson Family


Skyler and Alex Anderson are from the Gifford, Illinois area and attend private school. Skyler is in 9th grade and thrives in her private school environment. She is described as outgoing, smart and hard-working. Volunteering, cross country track and cheerleading are activities that Skyler truly enjoys. Alex is a 6th grader who hopes to one day be a doctor or veterinarian. She loves her school, which she’s attended since Kindergarten, as well as running and dancing.


The Kisseloff Family


Mulit-Year Folds of Honor Scholarship Recipient Serena Kisseloff is studying Psychology and Sociology at Lindenwood University in Saint Charles, Missouri. She describes herself as resilient, strong, and goofy. She has faced much adversity in her young age, by losing both of her parents and has grown strong from it. Upon graduation from College, she has plans to continue on into a master’s program with hopes of helping others who have faced the same challenges she has.


The Quarles Family


Jaliyah and Xavier Quarles are first-time scholarship recipients for the 2020-21 school year and attend a private school in the Winthrop, Illinois area. Jaliyah is a 7th grader who enjoys running track, cross country and playing basketball. She is described as resilient, for being able to adapt after all the family moves during her parents’ military service. Xavier is in 4th grade and likes to read. He can tell you anything you want to know about sharks! Both love their school, their teachers, and the excellent education they are receiving.