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We Rise By Lifting Others

Sometimes a little help is all it takes to change a life.


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Excellence. Community. Education. Legacy

Be part of something bigger than yourself.


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Franklin Students Rock!

There are those who give with joy, and that joy is their reward.

 


Every Donation Counts

Give The Warrior Way!

Your gift makes a lasting impact!


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Greatness Is Not What You Have It's What You Give

Small acts when multiplied can transform the world.


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Leading a Life of Legacy!

Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present.


Leave A Legacy

Together We Can!

Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.


Community Counts!

Our Mission

Generate scholarships for students in the Franklin Township community of Somerset, NJ that exhibit excellence in the areas of academics, athletics, arts, community service, social consciousness and philanthropy..


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You can help lots of students by donating little. See Our Causes


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STUDENT PROGRAMS FUND

Our network of Warrior Alumni and Supporters work to provide students with resources, to not only to equip them with the skills they need for their future, but also to extend helping hands and provide a guiding light where there may not have been one before.


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CHARITABLE GIVING FUND

Your support of our charitable events, like our scholarship gala, help provide the heart-felt gifts and compassion our deserving young people need to grow into Warriors that will show that same love back to their community.


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SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Each year, the Warrior for Life Scholarship Foundation aims to award scholarships to deserving and aspiring students from Franklin Township in support of their educational aspirations post high school graduation.


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Become a Volunteer

Our volunteers are passionate about education and give their time and energy to Warrior For Life Scholarship Foundation organization to help us present activities that will enrich educational opportunities for students of Franklin High School.


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Our Community Partners say Read Below


"Very humbling to be in the presence of such bright and aspirational future leaders, alongside the teachers, alumni, staff, coaches, family and friends who share the same pride in Franklin Township. On behalf of Avid Foundation, we are so proud to partner with you. "

Brianne Theocharides(Avid XChange Sponsor)

"I think of Warrior For Life as like a relay race...you learn, you develop, express responsibility and commitment, then you run your leg as best you can, then you pass the baton. "

Carl Wade(Retired SGS Principal)

"A priceless experience, I will try to make it every year. "

Curtis Valentine(Gala Guest Speaker: Class of 1996)

"I was proud to be a supporter of Warrior For Life. The opportunity to help kids from my community, many of which I know, was so uplifting. Franklin has given me so much. It was an honor to be able to give back to the next generation, while honoring those that came before me. "

Justin Miller(Warrior Alum / Class of 1997)

"If you stop and think along the way, somebody did something for you, that helped you, that pointed you in the right direction. Well, it's your turn to do the same thing for somebody else."

Len Rivers(Retired Head Coach)

"This foundation is for people like you and me, and anybody else who wants to help the children of Franklin Township."

Myra Mitchell(Retired Educator/Coach)

"The gala highlighted being a Warrior. Warriors work hard and take care of each other. That was evidenced by the meticulous planning of the committee and the scholarship recipients. Everyone came together to recognize a few of Franklin students who will continue to make us proud. "

Nancy LaCorte(Former Board of Education President)