Click on our Scholarship Recipients to see where they are today!!
Click on our Scholarship Recipients to see where they are today!!

The University of Alabama was our first full funded annuity in the amount of $210,000 which has provided multiple scholarships since 2017' .  We are extremely proud of the following recipients who have continued Ingram's legacy through their continued success at the University of Alabama.
The first scholarship awarded by the Ingram Lee Foundation in 2013 was for $2,500 to a graduating student from NOCCA.  To date we have awarded over $106,000 in scholarships to students graduating from NOCCA who have attended more than 7 different universities across the United States.  The Ingram Lee Foundation currently awards a graduating student a $20,000 scholarship (4 x $5,000/annually) to be applied to their higher learning university of their choice.  Below you will find the recipients who have benefitted from this scholarship:

Alexandra Stadler - University of New Orleans (UNO) 
Lauren Pedeaux - Johnson & Wales
Arienna McKnight - Dillard University
Sierra Torres - University of Massachusetts
*  Denae Reddick - Mississippi State University
Reagan Williams - Delgado Community College
Justis Marino - Nicholls State University
*. Alea Roy - Nicholls State University
* Abigail Christine Anderson (BeBe) - Nicholls State University
The Ingram Lee Foundation has awarded multiple scholarships to Texas A&M University in College Station, TX and at their Maritime Academy in Galveston, TX.  We have awarded $300,000 in annuities and scholarships between the two colleges supporting four students achieve their educational dreams.  We currently have the Texas A&M Veteran Scholarship, the Texas A&M Sul Ross Scholarship and the Texas A&M Maritime Academy Scholarship.  Our veteran scholarship is a $250,000 annuity which was fully funded as of 2020' and we are excited to continue Ingram's vision and philanthropic efforts. 

Benjamin Ferrell - Texas A&M Maritime Academy Scholarship
Patrick Zimmer - Texas A&M Maritime Academy Scholarship

Spencer France - Texas A&M Sul Ross Scholarship

Jeron Brown - Texas A&M Veteran Scholarship
*  Cody Schultz - Texas A&M Veteran Scholarship
The Ingram Lee Foundation has fully funded our $250,000 annuity in 2020' and we are excited to see the students who continue the legacy of Ingram Lee.  Ingram and Pat Lee lived in New Orleans and were extremely proud of the Louisiana culture and traditions and LSU has always been on the top of the list when representing this great state.

Caleb Lee 
We were excited to include the University of Notre Dame to our list of college annuities in 2019 where the Board of Directors has approved $104,000 to start up this scholarship fund. In 2020 we added to this annuity by awarding an additional $75,000 with the vision of fully funding this in 2021 with the help of our supporters.

The support from the University of Notre Dame and their alumni has been appreciated and we hope to see you all in 2021 at our events.

Cate Cappelmann
Chris Gamboa
The Ingram Lee Foundation has awarded $75,000 in 2018' and $25,000 in 2020' to The University of Texas in an effort to build a $250,000 annuity which will provide financial assistance to a student from a military background attending the university.  We hope to fully fund this annuity by 2022' with the help of our great sponsors and donors.

Trevor Arnold
The 2019 wildfire season was a fire season in California, United States. As of December 22, 2019, over 7,860 fires have been recorded according to Cal Fire and the US Forest Service, totaling an estimated of 259,823 acres of burned land. 

The California Wineries have been a major part of the growth of the Ingram Lee Foundation since our inception in 2012.  Their philanthropic efforts have been amazing ranging from custom labelling of "Ingram Lee Cuvee" wine (William Selyem), Wine Tastings and trips (Arista, AldenAlli, Thompson 31Fifty, Dakota Shy) and donations of magnums.

Following the tragedies in 2019 we felt a need to give back to this philanthropic community and the best way to do this is through a scholarship for higher learning.  We are currently working with Sonoma County Vintner's Foundation to create a First Responders Scholarship for students attending Santa Rosa Junior College in Sonoma County, CA.  The Ingram Lee Foundation Board of Directors allocated $50,000 to start up this scholarship fund and we anticipate it will be operating in 2021.
Hurricane Harvey was a Category 4 hurricane that made landfall on Texas and Louisiana in August 2017, causing catastrophic flooding and many deaths.  Kingwood High School was decimated from the hurricane leaving the school and community without a high school and with the burden or rebuilding.  

The Ingram Lee Foundation was proud to team up with the Emeril Lagasse Foundation in awarding $100,000 to the school for their rebuilding efforts.

Due to the quick action of the community and faculty the school was rebuilt in record time and the community has been rejuvenated.

Kingwood High School Donation