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2024 Making A Difference Scholarships Announced

 The Booger Fund is excited to announce ten recipients of the Making a Difference Scholarship. This second-year scholarship recognizes student cyclists who are giving back to communities and organizations they care about. Each recipient will receive a $2,000 award intended to support the pursuit of higher education.


“This year represents a diverse group of cyclists that have shown leadership, selflessness, and mentorship to others and their communities.  For the first time we also have individuals that have raced BMX, track, road, MTB, and Cyclocross.” states Steve Westover, Executive Director of the Booger Fund. “It is truly an honor to reward these individuals and support them in their quest for higher education.  

The recipients are engaged in trail work, fighting wildland fires, and combating issues of gun violence in their home country. They have not only volunteered thousands of hours but created non-profit organizations themselves and are actively working with youth and helping create leaders of tomorrow. Many of them are building their education and degrees around mission driven pursuits in engineering, science and technology with the aim to better our people and planet.

2024 Scholarship Recipients

Trygve Starkovich  - University of Idaho

Charlie Sims – University of Utah

Titilope Olotu – University of California, Los Angeles

Reagen Pattishall – Piedmont University

Khari Dawson – Portland State University

Kennedy Dawson – Santa Clara University

Trevor Stevens – University of South Carolina

Lucas Johnston – Indiana University

Wrenna Galloway – Northern Michigan University

Zhiyang Wang – Davidson College

The Booger Fund is honored to make a difference in the life of each individual. It is our mission to create good humans by using cycling as a catalyst to teach kids to give back to their communities and support causes that they care about.

About Team Booger:

Team Booger is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2017 dedicated to growing youth cycling (ages 6-23) in the United States. Team Booger provides young people with guidance, education, leadership, and support to act locally and think globally in everything they do. We use cycling as a catalyst to teach kids to give back to our communities and support charities and entities we care about. To date, Team Booger has donated over $90,000 to charities through fundraising and donations.

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