The company will select two scholarship recipients from each master franchise across the entire system and provide grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. Winners will be announced in November.
“So many of our franchisees over the years have told us they joined Jan-Pro to build a business and leave a legacy to their families,” says Eddie Curry, CEO of Premium Franchise Brands, Jan-Pro’s franchisor. “We know there is no greater legacy than a good education, so we are giving back to help them offset the rising costs of college tuition.”
The YFF program was launched in 2014. Since then, the company has helped 164 students receive higher education through $227,500 in grants.