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In effort to turn tragedy into triumph,  

The Stacy Smith Foundation was

established to honor the remarkable

life that Stacy Smith led before he

was struck down by gun violence in

October 2007.  A 2008 Clyde C. Miller

Academy senior, Stacy focused his life on

academics, basketball, mentoring, and

community service.  SSF is committed to

continuing the legacy that Stacy lived

everyday.
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Stacy Smith Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to college bound students in th St. Louis Metropolitan Area.  The
Foundation was established in late 2007 in effort to turn tragedy into triumph.  The Stacy Smith Foundation honors the remarkable life
Stacy Smith led and will continue the works and teachings that Stacy lived by.
Donations can be directed to US Bank, C/O Stacy Smith Foundation, or mailed to
Stacy Smith Foundation
P.O. Box 25876 St. Louis, MO 63136
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OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO!
Stacy Smith Foundation hosts it's 4th Annual Awards Banquet

It was a packed room at the Embassy Suites-St. Louis Airport as SSF
held it's annual celebration in honor this years' scholarship recipients.  
This year, the foundation awarded scholarships to four talented,  
hardworking, deserving students for a total of 15 in
the short time since it was established just four
years ago.

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Stacy Smith Foundation is
teaming up with
Snick's
Barber Shop
to provide
children with fresh haircuts to
start the school year.  SSF
would like to thank the good
guys down at Snick's for so
generously donating their time
and talents to help kids not
only look good, but feel good
about returning to class!  

ALL DRESSED UP WITH SOMEWHERE TO GO!

It's Back To School in style for the students at

Walbridge Elementary thanks To Stacy Smith

Foundation who generously donated uniforms

and school supplies.  This is the second year

SSF has made the contribution to the school

and hopes to make the kids transition back to

class a little easier.
This Christmas, SSF did something different.  We adopted Aames Visual &

Performing Arts Elementary School, providing toys and clothes for the

hearing impaired.  The sheer joy on the kids faces when they opened their

gifts was priceless!  We got a great thrill out of providing service to some

little people with big hearts!  
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Once again Stacy Smith Foundation is accepting scholarship applications!  This is your chance to become a
part of our growing family of ambitious students eager to make a difference in their lives and in their
communities!  For more information on how you can take advantage of this opportunity, inquire  with your
high school counselor or click the link below.  Deadline to apply is March 1, 2016.
Stacy Smith Foundation would like to congratulate its' scholarship class of 2015.  We could not have
hoped for three more talented, and deserving young men and we wish you the best as you embark on
the next chapter of your promising futures!
Adekunle Adeyinka
Jordan Harden
Derrick Freeman


That’s right!  Our very own Candace
Perkins, 2012 Hardship recipient,
showing up on billboards and signs all
over campus.  I guess you can say she’s
become the face of the University.

Looking good Candace!
Team Stacy came out in full force for this years basketball camp on June 26th and 27th.  Coach Ken put the
FUN back in fundamentals while putting the kids through drills designed to enhance their performance on the
court.  The walls of the gymnasium adorned with the number 12 at Clyde C.Miller Career Academy, this marks
the first time SSF has returned since hosting it’s initial camp there in 2009, giving the kids the chance to play
on the same court Stacy played many of his games on.



From the moment she spoke to the
audience at the awards banquet, we could
tell that she was destined for great things.  
That’s why we couldn’t be more excited to
hear that Heidi Savabi, 2010 Academic
recipient,
graduated from the University of
Miami with honors!  Our selection
committee was quite impressed when they
read her essay on her scholarship
application, but even more impressive is
the focus, drive, and determination Heidi
has shown these past 4 years in turning
those dreams into a reality.  Stacy Smith
Foundation proudly congratulates Heidi on
graduating and wishes her continued
success in her bright and promising
future!!!