Breanna Nicole Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship Foundation
Breanna Nicole Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship Foundation was created to honor the memory of Breanna N. Rodriguez aka “Bree.” Born July 18, 1997 and passed away January 30, 2015, at the age of 17, in a car accident. Bree was an extraordinary teenager filled with energy and persistence with a passion for life. She never hesitated to express her faith in the Lord and it was demonstrated through her love for others. She was well known for her words of wisdom, even at such a young age. She will always be remembered as the girl that sold her famous “brownies” to the students at Righetti High School, where she was a senior at the time of her passing. Bree’s mission was to spread good vibes, peace, and love. She was a lover of the Red, Green and Yellow rasta colors.
4th ANNUAL FOR BREE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT
Once again Thank you to the community of Santa Maria!! We love and appreciate all your support! We had over 300 people in attendance! In remembrance of Breanna, we were able to provide FREE bounce houses, face painting, balloons, drinks and snacks!!! While raising funds for our local students!! Thank you to all our volunteers and our players!!! Special thank you to all our community sponsors! #givingback #forbreePosted by Breanna Nicole Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship Foundation on Saturday, August 25, 2018
Project Classroom Scholarships
2020 was an unprecedented year like we’ve never seen. With so much uncertainty, The Breanna Nicole Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship Foundation wanted to be able to not only bless high school seniors but also classroom teachers who have seen a negative impact of Covid-19. From Students not being able to attend classes and teachers not having the tools to be able to teach in this new normal. Our project classroom scholarships provide teachers with the funds to be able to provide a learning environment for students both virtually and in person.
High School Scholarships
To keep Breanna’s memory alive, a selected few deserving students receive scholarships in her name. These students would not necessarily require academic excellence, but rather a proven record of helping others and display the likeness of her heart and kindness that were her true testament.