The DDFaith Foundation was created in memory of Dee Dee Duduit to provide scholarships to area seniors who display a strong faith amongst their peers. Dee Dee taught all of us what it meant to have a mountain moving faith in the midst of adversity. When we started The DDFaith Foundation we set out to provide students who put their faith to work everyday at school with a scholarship. For the past three years we have been able to give over $26,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors.
The 4th Annual DDFaith Memorial Gospel Concert
The DDFaith Foundation is excited to announce the 4th Annual DDFaith Memorial Gospel Concert on Saturday, February 22, at 6pm. Make plans to be at Rubyville Community Church to hear some great gospel singing featuring Karen Peck and New River, Mike Blanton and Evidence, Kyle & Brittany Shaeffer, The Paynes, Simon Thoroughman, and New Generation. Admission is FREE and donations will be accepted at the door to support the DDFaith Foundation Scholarship Fund.
In 2019 we were able to award 11 students from local high schools with $1,000 scholarships. We were able to provide scholarships to a new school in 2019 and it was because of your time in prayer and donations that made it possible. Thank you to everyone who donated to the DDFaith Memorial Scholarship last year! This year we are expecting God to provide in an amazing way. Please consider donating to our scholarship fund so we can continue to provide scholarships to local high school students and keep “DDFaith” alive. We understand that while some are not able to financially donate to the scholarship fund, you can donate your time in prayer. Please be praying for the upcoming event and for the committee members as they read over applications to choose the students who most resemble a “DDFaith” in school.
Congratulations to Jodi Hannah, Jake Alley, and McKenzie Kennedy of Minford High School. They are all winners of the 2019 #DDFaith Memorial Scholarship. Each received a check for $1,000! They are pictured below with Blaine Duduit. Photo courtesy of Teresa Hayward.