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 27 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.
  • In 27 years, over 10,000 grants given to over 5,500 students

  • Scholars from 128 different High Schools

  • Scholars at over 100 colleges and universities Statewide

  • 325 schools and community sites across Minnesota

  • 25,000 Hours of service performed annually by Page Scholars

  • 400,000 service hours performed by Page Scholars since 1988

  • 27 years of Creating Heroes Through Education and Service

Our Impact

More than 6,000 students have pursued their post-secondary education at Minnesota schools with the help of Page Education Foundation grants since 1988. The more than 9,000 scholarships awarded so far – over $12 million – have helped students attend 104 schools across the state.

Each Page Scholar must complete a Service to Children Project as part of their scholarship. As mentors and tutors, Page Scholars work with children in kindergarten through eighth grade, helping them see education in a positive light and giving them confidence that they, too, can reach their goals.

How You Can Get Involved

There are plenty of opportunities to support youth of color in Minnesota through the Page Education Foundation.

For Alumni

Our scholars go on to do great things. Learn more about how you can stay involved.

Page Scholars