Naples couple donates $250k to Quest for Success

NAPLES, Fla. (May 12 2016) – A philanthropic Naples couple donate $250,000 to Quest for Success, a non-profit college preparatory organization.

Tom and Ann Grady of Grady Law donated $250,000 to Quest for Success to be used to sponsor a student or students in their quest to attend a four-year college or university.

This financial support will afford Collier County students the opportunity to attend college, complete their degree in four years and graduate with a degree and a solid foundation for life.

“The Grady’s donation to Quest will provide scholarships to students who would otherwise not have access to college prep tools or college admissions. Scholarships provide a solid foundation for students who wish to attend college but lack the resources to get there,” said Sue Zumstein, Executive Director for Quest for Success.

Quest for success is a gateway for high-achieving students with vision to access the tools they need to chart a course for college, make a commitment to stay on course and to graduate on time, ultimately leading to economic freedom.

The Grady’s have been long-time supporters of education, and this contribution demonstrates their continued commitment to education and the strong need for a level playing field for all students, regardless of their social or economic standing.

“A leader in college prep learning, Quest has supported the community for over twenty years with more than $18 million in scholarships offered,” said Tom Grady, President of Quest for Success. “This support is critical to ensuring the brightest students – regardless of financial circumstances – are afforded access to college. We are truly helping students reach their full potential. Quest changes lives.”

Quest is a community-based organization providing highly personalized and effective methods for students to access and pay for most college. Quest began with 10 students in 1993 and currently serves over 340 diverse students from Collier County public and private schools. Quest’s mission is to foster economic freedom through education by empowering high school students to reach their highest career potentials through lifelong learning. For more information about Quest, call 239-403-7174 or visit www.questforsuccess.com.