My name is Chantel Marsaw, I am a mother of four daugthers. I am a student attending Alcorn State Univiersity, studying Business Administration. I would like to take this time to thank one very dedicated instructor Mr. Willie Anderson. He has always been a very understanding, serious and professional instructor. The information he provided during my courses has really been a tremendous help and blessing for me and my foundation. I thank you so much for all that you have done and is doing to help me be prepared and educated in the Business world, God Bless.
Unfortunately, when I was a high school student I loss so many loved ones back to back. High school life for me was a nightmare. I understand exactly what some of these graduates are going through. I am also a survival of domestic violence and was once homeless. (I believe that I should never be ashame of what I been through, just focus on not going through it again). I know what it feels like to wish and pray for God to return that loved one just one more time. I thank God that my oldest daughter (Van'Triece Scott), cared enough to come to me to help her classmates. I know I could never ever replace their loss, but I will keep trying to let them know that myself along with the community is behind them 100 no 1000%!!!! Remember---- "It Still Takes a Village to Raise Our Children"
Chantel L. Marsaw
My daughters, Van'Triece, Van'Nesia, Myself, Cor'Nelria and Shan'Torre
All applications will be reviewed first, before a decision will be made on if or not a child/student qualifies for The Village Foundation. Because, I know there is a need for this program in all communities, I have to make sure that all individuals meet all of the requirements therefore the lost of a mother, father, sister or brother has to be the need.
Chantel L. Marsaw