Space Coast Cancer, DGF Partner To Award Scholarships
By Cyndi Byars // April 4, 2015
three scholarships awarded to cancer survivors
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Space Coast Cancer Center and Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation have partnered to offer six scholarships to local Brevardians.
Three scholarships were awarded recently awarded to local students who are cancer survivors, and three scholarships were awarded to employees of Space Coast Cancer Center.
Recipients include college students Nour Aldebek, David Borough and Tabatha Schoenfedlt, as well as SCCC employees Helen Besvold, Michelle Kerr and Wendy Clavell.
“The scholarship program is an investment in all our futures. We can achieve much more as a team than as individual,” said Dr. Duff Sprawls, Chairman of the Space Coast Cancer Center Foundation.
Scholarship recipients include college students Nour Aldebek, David Borough and Tabatha Schoenfedlt, as well as SCCC employees Helen Besvold, Michelle Kerr and Wendy Clavell.
“We are so grateful to the Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation, as they have helped many people further their education by offering scholarships for 12 years.”
Scholarsip receipient and cancer patient Nour Aldebek is working toward a lab technician degree at Eastern Florida State.
“The scholarship is very helpful and the program really supports students,” said Nour.
Recipient and cancer survivor Tabatha Schoenfedlt is a student at Eastern Florida State’s Veterinarian Technology program and was happy to learn she had won the scholarship.
Scholarship recipient David Borough, a general business major at the University of Central Florida said he may pursue a career in the IT field upon graduation.
He balances studying and a course load at school with trips to the doctor for chemotherapy treatments.
“We are happy to partner with the Space Coast Cancer Center to award these six scholarships, and very pleased to give back to the community,” said Dr. Kantilal Bhalani, Founder of the Doctors’ Goodwill Foundation.