We intend to focus on issues of specific interest to men and women, the bereaved, young adults, seniors, and on youth who require tutoring in fundamental education. Our primary thrust will offer tuition assistance to college students, preparation for entry or re-entry into the workforce, and specialized family counseling. Overall, we intend to disseminate hope and substance into the lives of today’s dreamers as they transform into tomorrow’s future leaders.


The Scott Lee Foundation’s Mission is to support, empower, and develop those within our sphere of influence who aspire to become self-sufficient, self-assured, and re-energized contributors to their families and the community at large.


Dr. Portia A. Scott

Alfonzo J. Lee
Vice President

Gloria Lilly

Kevin M. Alsop

* Inactive Founding Board Members: Felicia Kinscy, Nancy Percentie, Kevin Forbes


Transitions is a career development program designed to prepare unemployed and underserved members of the community for entry or re-entry into the workforce. The program provides training and educational opportunities that can translate into employment and economic success

New Beginnings is established to counsel, motivate, and empower separated, divorced, or widowed women who are going through relationship crisis, suffering low self-esteem, and generally seeking renewed independence as a single person.

TMT is a after-school tutoring, mentoring, and technology program, that will provide supplemental academic instruction to underachieving students.

Targeting men and women who are either Elder Orphans or Solo Seniors. SLF Senior Care is an interactive program designed to address the growing need for emotional and spiritual support.

Families of Chosen Angels is a Christian grief counseling support group, created to provide comfort, assistance, and spiritual guidance, to parents, siblings and other family members of deceased children




All contributions to the Scott Lee Foundation are greatly appreciated and provide the main source of revenue that allows us to continue making a difference in the communities we serve. Scroll down to view Company Donors and Individual donors to the “Nicole Lynette Scott Lee Memorial Awards Receptions and Silent Auctions”

Individual Contributors

Alfonzo J. Lee
Portia A. Scott
Elmer W. Lower
Felicia Kinscy
Marjorie L. Clark
Vicki Stuckey
Christine Scott-Deutsch
Grace Spellman Castro
Henrietta L. Jessie
Gale Hollingsworth
Clarence & Jaculin Jones
Karen Jerome Barrett
Pamela & Terrence T. Stafford
Shawn Polk
Madison & Elois Campbell
Bobby R. Jenkins
Deidre G. Dicks
Stephen M. Dodson
Bruce L. Bozeman Esq.
Keith McGlowan
Shiloh Ministries COGIC, Georgia
S. Craig & Barbara S. Holden
Janice L. Bowie
Sharon L. Juhans
Marsha D. Sumner
Deandre J. Poole
Berline Brandon Headen
James E. and Wilhelmenia I. Jordan
Alonzo Lee
Katherine J. Aiken-Timmons
Hester O. Jackson
Jimmie T. Jones
Nicholas & Carole Tolla

Silent Auction  Donors

The Art of Framing
Major League Baseball
Red Lobster of Lanham
Cosmopolitan Magazine
LaDonna Fennell
Melany Pollock
Portia A. Scott
Alfonzo J. Lee
Shirley Jones
Olive Garden of Laurelz
Homewood Suites By Hilton
Mano Swartz Furriers
Major League Baseball
WEAA Radio – Morgan State University
Pat’s Hallmark Store
Serena Wills Poetry
Bra-La-La – Mary Jordan
Simply Divine – Angelina & Tina Rivero
Best Buy – Laurel, MD
Janice Barksdale
Teri Lankford
Red Lobster Restaurant
Olive Garden Restaurant
Silver Dinner Restaurant
Angie Johnson
Felicia Kinscy


Thank you to the following Colleges and Universities who have agreed to make the Nicole Lynette Scott Lee and Milton Pericles Darden III Memorial Scholarships available on their campuses.

St. John’s University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Website: www.stjohns.edu

Medgar Evers College
1650 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
Website: www.mec.cuny.edu

University of the District of Columbia
4200 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20008
Website: www.udc.edu

Morgan State University
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251
Website: www.morgan.edu

Bowie State University
14000 Jericho Park Road
Bowie, MD 20715 – 9465
Website: www.bowiestate.edu

Howard University
John H. Johnson School of Communications
2400 Sixth Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20059
Website: www.howard.edu

Georgetown University
37th and O Street, NW
Washington, DC 20057
Website: www.georgetown.edu