We know that education is crucial for development and so we seek to empower young people by providing the opportunity for them to advance their knowledge, skills, attitudes and values. In honoring the legacy of Rick Case, the Grant Cardone Foundation has made a donation of $10,000 to the Rick Case Education Scholarship Fund that provides tuition for vocational school training to members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.
The Boys and Girls club is an organization that was dear to the late Rick Case who passed away September 21, 2020.
Education is a gift that we aim to give young adults the opportunity to learn and grow.
The Grant Cardone Foundation has also donated free access to the Cardone University business platform to the recipient of the scholarship on an annual basis ($25,000 value). Cardone University is designed to educate aspiring entrepreneurs and anyone interested in getting more out of life and business.
Anyone who has a dream to do and be more will benefit the most out of the 800+ courses available on the platform. There are courses on prospecting, sales, negotiation, closing, money & finances, and motivation. These are only a few of the hundreds of course options offered inside the premier business training program.
“We are grateful for the contribution made by the Grant Cardone Foundation to benefit our Broward County Boys & Girls Club members and it is exciting to see their foundation’s commitment to providing education through their business platform,”
says Rita Case, CEO of the Rick Case Automotive Group, longtime supporter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.
The Boys & Girls Club is an important organization that helps our youth gain the skills and values necessary to compete in today’s world. The club aims to empower the next generation of leaders and encourage all members to raise their hands and learn how to be successful in life and in business.