William Umansky, Central Florida attorney and founding partner of Umansky Law Firm, recognized the importance of education in breaking the cycle of poverty. While operating a successful law practice focused on giving individuals second chances, he saw children suffering as a result of their parents’ mistakes and subsequent incarceration. He knew their chances of going to college were slim to none.

Wanting to give back to his community, in 2011 Umansky, established the Second Chance of Florida Foundation. He is particularly compelled to help those students who continue doing well in school despite lifes hurdles.

ABOUT US

The Second Chance of Florida Foundation (SCFF) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization established to fund college tuition and book scholarships for students who are demonstrating academic excellence despite personal, economical and financial hardship.

SCFF funds these scholarships each year though grants, social fundraisers, and other activities. It also partners with other like-minded, non-profit organizations to reward exceptional youth and give them the second chance they deserve.

We want to reward those kids that still strive to be the best despite the difficult circumstances they face and that they did not create. Everyone deserves a second chance and kids who can succeed despite personal hardship deserve it even more.
William Umanksy

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NO CONTRIBUTION IS TOO LARGE OR SMALL. ASK HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE A SCHOLARSHIP ON BEHALF OF YOURSELF, FAMILY OR CORPORATION TODAY!

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ENCOURAGE A DESERVING STUDENT TO APPLY FOR AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE.

According to Free Application for Federal Student AID (FAFSA)
10,719,440 students were eligible for the pell grant during the 2017/2018 Grant Cycle.

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1945 East Michigan St., Orlando, FL 32806 407-853-8551
info@secondchanceofflorida.com
www.secondchanceofflorida.com

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