Titus Foundation
Boston Marathon 2024

Make a difference in a young life!

About the Paula Titus Scholarship fund

The purpose of the Fund will be to provide scholarship support to one or more full time undergraduate students in the Sport Leadership and Administration Program. Recipients must have financial need, as determined by Financial Aid. Recipients must have graduated from Boston Public High Schools or a public high school in a Massachusetts Gateway City, as defined by the Massachusetts State Legislature in Section 3A of Chapter 23A of the General Laws of Massachusetts as: Attleboro, Barnstable, Brockton, Chelsea, Chicopee, Everett, Fall River, Fitchburg, Haverhill, Holyoke, Lawrence, Leominster, Lowell, Lynn, Malden, Methuen, New Bedford, Peabody, Pittsfield, Quincy, Revere, Salem, Springfield, Taunton, Westfield, and Worcester. Students who have completed pre-freshman programs including, but not limited to The Base, Peter Gammons Scholars, Urban Scholars, Directions for Student potential, and Upward Bound will be given preferred consideration. Eligible students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher at the time of the award and be an active participant in co-curricular activities within the sport leadership and administration field.

The foundation has also started a mini-grant program that aides small grassroots organizations engaged in impactful youth development work. https://titusfoundation.org/what-we-do/

The foundation is an example of what one family can do to make our communities stronger by focusing on nurturing our young people and creating pathways for tomorrow’s leaders.

You can help in this important work. Please donate today.

Keith Carroll

I am pleased to be running in the 128th Boston Marathon in support of the Titus Foundation Inc. My goal is $7,500.00. I appreciate your support. Make a difference in a young life!

Emily Gibson

I'm thrilled to share that I'll be participating in the 128th Boston Marathon on behalf of the Titus Foundation. Boston has been my home for the past five years, and I consider it a tremendous privilege to be part of such a defining event for our city. Running became a sanctuary for me during my college years as a first-generation student navigating the challenges of academia. Since then, my relationship with running has deepened, allowing me to build meaningful connections with fellow runners and communities across Boston. Whether I'm exploring the backroads of my hometown in Maine or running along the Esplanade here in Boston, the joy I find in this sport is unparalleled. Now, as I prepare for the marathon, I see it as an opportunity to give back to those who have supported me throughout my journey.