Page Education Foundation Page Education Foundation
Creating Heroes Through Education & Service
(612) 332-0406
Our mission is to encourage Minnesota's youth of color to pursue post-secondary education.
In 1988, Alan and Diane Page launched a foundation that has grown to support and inspire young people of color throughout Minnesota for more than 30 years. Today, the Page Education Foundation’s programs help to financially support college students’ academic goals while fostering positive mentor relationships and encouraging role models for children.

Our Impact

The Page Education Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization founded by Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee and former Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Alan Page. Our mission is to encourage Minnesota students of color to pursue post-secondary education. For 30 years, we have provided financial support, in the form of Page Grants to students of color. In return for their awards, our recipients, known as Page Scholars, help develop positive attitudes about education among elementary and middle-school children by volunteering as tutors and mentors in their communities.Since 1988, we have provided more than 7,000 Page Grants totaling $14 million in financial support. These Page Scholars have volunteered over 435,000 hours serving 40,500 younger children in our communities.
  • 508 Page Scholars
  • 55% returning Scholars
  • 13,485 volunteer hours
  • 5,420 children served by Page Scholars
  • 208 community partners and organization impacted
We are honored to receive the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits 2016 Anti Racism Initiative Award.

Celebrating 30 Years of Creating Heroes through Education and Service

Join us in celebrating 30 years of providing encouragement and financial support to Minnesota students of color by making a "Legacy"commitment.  Legacy gifts allow the Page Education Foundation to continue our work, expand scholarships, and secure the future of the Page Education Foundation.  Our Page Scholars will "pay it forward" by mentoring and tutoring children who could become future Page Scholars.


For Alumni

Our scholars go on to do great things. Learn more about how you can stay involved.Jenny Graduation May 2014
Page Education Foundation