SYF

(redirected from Simon Youth Foundation)
AcronymDefinition
SYFSteal Your Face (Greatful Dead symbol)
SYFSimon Youth Foundation
SYFShut Your Face
SYFSingapore Youth Festival
SYFSingle Young Female
SYFSustained Yield Forestry (timber)
SYFSpite Your Face (London animation company)
SYFShakespeare Youth Festival (UK)
SYFSikh Youth Federation
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Since its inception in 1998, Simon Youth Foundation has helped more than 17,500 students on the verge of dropping out of high school graduate, and has awarded $17 million in scholarships.
The Simon Youth Foundation is a national nonprofit committed to helping students reach graduation day.
Ashley Donahue (left), marketing administrator at The Mall of New Hampshire, and Jack Toscano (right), general manager at The Mall of New Hampshire, award Brianna Perry, a graduate of Campbell High School, a $1,500 Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarship.
Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) is a national nonprofit committed to helping students reach graduation day.
Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarships are awarded through the Simon Youth Scholarships program and in partnership with local Simon properties.
The deadline for Chicago-area high school seniors interested in applying for a Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) scholarship is Feb.
I can understand why the Simon Youth Foundation, whose parent company Simon Property Group is one of the country's largest mall developers, is pushing mall schools as a franchise.
5 Scott Balukonis of Manchester takes a break from looking at and climbing in trucks with his sons Dylan, age 2, and Jacob, age 4, at the Touch a Truck fund-raiser held at the Mall of New Hampshire to benefit Noah's Ark Child Care Center in Manchester and the mall's Simon Youth Foundation.
Corey Costanzo, a recent graduate of Shrewsbury High School, has been awarded a $1,400 scholarship by Solomon Pond Mall on behalf of Simon Youth Foundation. She will attend Boston University this fall.
The remaining $3 of each ticket sale goes to the Simon Youth Foundation, a nonprofit organization that fosters educational and career development for at-risk youth.
The remaining $3 per ticket goes to the Simon Youth Foundation, established by Simon Property Group, owners of the mall, Simon reported in a news release.
Tickets to the shopping event are $10, with $7 of each ticket's purchase going to participating nonprofit organizations and the remaining $3 supporting the Simon Youth Foundation, a nonprofit group fostering educational and career development for at-risk youth.