The Allen family’s journey to the Big Apple was a whirlwind to say the least—for 2-year-old Isla, it was a battle against the odds. St. George’s Society was there to provide a much-needed support network during their stay.
When Ahmed immigrated from Ghana to New York, he saw it as an opportunity to pursue his dream of studying medicine. His scholarship from St. George’s Society gave him the reassurance and confidence to continue his journey to become an orthopedic surgeon.
St. George's Society hosted its annual gala, the English Ball, on St. George's Day at the Mandarin Oriental in New York City. Thanks to the generosity of our guests, we raised a record-breaking $151,776 on the night for the Society’s Scholarship Program.
In Natalie’s home country of Jamaica, college was just a dream but after immigrating to America, it became a reality. Thanks to the St. George’s Society scholarship, Natalie will graduate with her BA in Biology in May–putting her one step closer to her lifelong ambition to become a doctor.