S.A.F.E. Scholarship


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S.A.F.E. Diversity Communities

“It Takes a Village to Support These Amazing Students”

Student and Family Empowerment Diversity Communities (SAFE) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been serving high school students with disabilities across different school districts since 2000. Our organization seeks scholarship sponsors throughout the year to support students with emotional, mental, and physical disabilities. We empower and equip these students to become self-sufficient, discover their maximum potential, and achieve their academic goals. Our annual scholarship awards ceremony is a joyous celebration of the students’ achievements, providing them with a sense of hope and the knowledge that they are loved, regardless of their disabilities.
All proceeds from our fundraising efforts will go towards continuing our monthly programs at different high schools, which include activities focused on discovering students’ unique abilities, monthly educational workshops, and a Health and Wellness Resource Fair for students and their families. By supporting SAFE Diversity Communities, you can help us create a more inclusive and supportive community for at-risk students and their families.

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S.A.F.E. Diversity Scholarship Program Coordinators

Zenova Williams

Scholarship Program Coordinator

Zenova Williams is a multi-faceted entrepreneur and advocate who has dedicated her career to empowering others. As the Founder/CEO of Apple of His Eye Jewelry Design and a Mary Kay business owner, she inspires men and women to reach their full potential. Additionally, as the Co-Founder and Scholarship Program Coordinator for SAFE Diversity Communities and Founder of the 3-Pillar Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship, she is committed to helping high school students with disabilities and those from all walks of life achieve their academic goals. Mrs. Williams finds joy in seeing the happiness on the faces of scholarship recipients and clients alike, and is a proud wife and mother of three children.

I am honored to witness the transformation in the lives of students who receive our scholarships, and it brings me joy to empower men and women to reach their fullest potential in both their personal and professional lives.

Pam Foote

Asst. Scholarship Program Coordinator

Pam Foote is a dedicated advocate for youth and a valuable member of several nonprofit organizations. She holds a degree from Concordia University and has worked as a Recreation Supervisor for the City of Houston for over 25 years, mentoring numerous youths through organizations such as the Youth Police Advisory Council, Mayor’s Youth Council, and World Youth Foundation. Currently, Ms. Foote serves as the Assistant Scholarship Coordinator for SAFE Diversity Communities and sits on the Executive Board of I Neglect. Additionally, she is a member of The Youth Division of Greater Houston Frontiers Committee. Ms. Foote is a devoted mother of two sons and a grandmother to three grandchildren. She loves reading, music, and is always seeking opportunities to help today’s youth.

I'm humbled and grateful to have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of young people in my community through mentoring and serving as Assistant Scholarship Program Coordinator with SAFE Diversity Communities.

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SAFE Diversity Communities Scholarships
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S.A.F.E. Diversity Communities

A Few Safe Diversity Scholarship Former Recipients

Seth Carter
Humble H.S.
Emari Clark
Caney Clark H.S.
Abigal Esperga
Wheatley H.S.
Enrico Morales
Quest Early CLG H.S.
Sarah Martin
Westfield H.S.
Jose Torres
Debakey H.S.
Olivia Sacks
Bellaire H.S.
Emari Wills
Heights H.S.
Yajaira Martinez
Northside H.S.
Naija Thornton
North Shore H.S.


Some Testimonials

Scholarship Recipients