Who is The EPIC Foundation?
The EPIC Foundation was established in 2014 to provide scholarships, mentorship, and financial aid to underprivileged students throughout South Florida, including Miami and surrounding areas.
President of The E.P.I.C. Foundation
Distinguished educator Yvonne McLaren was elected by the EPIC Foundation's Board of Directors as President. One of the most committed, dedicated, motivated, and innovative educators we have on our team, Ms. McLaren has been teaching for over forty years after acquiring both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Education with a focus on the Sciences. She has taught students from kindergarten to adults in classroom settings, groups as well as individually.
She has extensive experience as a supervising, managing and administrating member for several small to large organizations throughout South Florida. Ms. McLaren is the founder and owner of a long established educationally based small business which continues to impact several communities today.
Our children's education is irreplaceable. Let’s build an EPIC future for them.
To provide ongoing support for underprivileged students in today’s evolving education system.
We want to see more students achieve their fullest potential in education and future careers. To accomplish this, we offer hands-on career pathways, scholarships, and mentorship to students who fall through the cracks. Our established group of qualified professionals are striving every day to positively impact underserved students so that fewer students fail due to the challenges of our current education system.
Grace, Miami, FL
"If it wasn’t for EPIC helping us pay for tutoring, I would’ve failed math but instead, I now know I’m actually good at it!"
Isaiah, Miramar, FL
"EPIC paid, in full, for me to complete a Certificate in Computer Systems and Information Technology from Sheridan Technical College."
Alexus, Fort Lauderdale, FL
"EPIC saved me from getting kicked out of school due to a balance my family couldn’t pay and now, I’m ready to graduate on a full scholarship to college."