Little Daisy Memorial Scholarship

An annual scholarship award underwriting the class tuition of students who display a strong work ethic, positive attitude and love of the arts. Donations can be made through PayPal...

...or checks may be made payable to Little Daisy Fund and sent to:

Little Daisy Fund
11052 Baird Ave
Porter Ranch, CA 91326

Little Daisy Fund, Inc. is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) corporation. All contributions are tax-deductible.

How It Works

Teachers will nominate students based on work ethic, talent, potential, attendance, and character. Nominated students will be interviewed by The Little Daisy Fund Board of Directors' Scholarship Committee. Students from several different age groupings will receive a scholarship for the 2021-2022 year. Scholarships are scheduled to be announced July 2021.

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2020 Recipients

Brooklyn Anger, Lian Cohen, Lily Hataian, Aya Laprete-Powell, Natalia Martin, Cora Rosenberg, and Max Woods

2020 Nominees

Brooklyn Anger, Taylor Block, Lian Cohen, Lily Hataian, Aya Laprete-Powell, Natalia Martin, Delilah Mendes, Eliza Naiditch, Lola Nelson, Sophia Quintanilla, Cora Rosenberg, Ofilia Rosenberg, Max Woods, and Sophia Yassinski.

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A Note From Daisy's Parents

On May 7, 2012 our sweet daughter, Daisy Christine Little, was stillborn. Needless to say, our world was shattered. We were only able to hold her for a short time but wanted to find a way in which her memory could live on in the dreams of others. It was just a few days later we decided to form a scholarship in her name so we could witness students learn and grow as dancers who exemplify the core values, character and love of dance on which Relevé Studios was built and founded.

We use to leave our doctor visits laughing and giggling every time we had an ultrasound. (We had one every visit except once, and we're so extremely grateful for those memories!) Our Daisy would not hold still! Every doctor and nurse commented on it. Jodi laid on the table for almost an hour and half during her 2nd trimester screening as they tried to get Daisy to show all her vital organs. We saw pirouettes, somersaults and flips. We just knew we had a growing dancer! Everyone agreed who saw her.

We know we'll dance together with Daisy in Heaven someday, but until that day comes, we can find some kind of peace knowing we are helping students dance here on earth.

Please consider donating to the Little Daisy Fund. Thank you again for your prayers, love and words of comfort. We are so blessed by your friendships.

Jodi & Shon