Seven Taco Bell Fans Surprised with Live Más Scholarships during Sacramento Kings Game
The Taco Bell Foundation has kicked off their 2023 Live Más Scholarship season with a little help from the Sacramento Kings. On April 2nd, during the halftime show of the Sacramento Kings game against the San Antonio Spurs, the Taco Bell Foundation, alongside local Taco Bell Franchise Owners, awarded seven Taco Bell fans with Live…
Meet The Rising Young Entrepreneur Backed by The Taco Bell Foundation’s Ambition Accelerator
After three inspiring days at the inaugural Ambition Accelerator Summit, the Taco Bell Foundation, along with its partners Taco Bell and fellow nonprofit Ashoka, announced the top changemaker and winner of a $25,000 social impact grant: Sparkle Whitaker, founder of The Onyx Incubator. The Onyx Incubator, based in Sparkle’s hometown of Chicago, offers workshops on…
The Next Milestone in our Journey to Empowering Passionate Young People
September marked the next milestone of the Taco Bell Foundation’s Ambition Accelerator, with the announcement of the top 26 teams of ambitious changemakers who have been selected to move to the next round of this inaugural program. For decades, the Taco Bell Foundation has been championing young people through various grants, scholarships and events. The…
Breaking down barriers to education for 30 years
The Taco Bell Foundation is celebrating 30 years of educating and inspiring future leaders. To honor the occasion, the Taco Bell Foundation made a commitment to raise $100 million by 2026 to continue its mission of championing young scholars, Taco Bell team members, and entrepreneurs on their journeys to create positive change. Alongside the commitment,…
Ambition Accelerator - The Taco Bell Foundation’s New Social Impact Program
Everything you need to know about the Taco Bell Foundation’s New Social Impact Program, the Ambition Accelerator
Childersburg, Winfield Taco Bell employees awarded $10K scholarships
Taco Bell Foundation awards $25K scholarships to 2 Auburn employees
Taco Bell Foundation Introduces Emergency Relief Grant Program
The Taco Bell Foundation launches Emergency Relief Grant Program to support its nonprofit partners in the wake of natural disaster
Taco Bell Foundation awards $17 million towards grants, scholarships nationwide
Summer of Inspiration
This summer, nearly 750 Scholars connected through the Live Más Scholarship Summer of Inspiration, a 6-week virtual conference developed to catalyze inspiration, action and resilience in a time of change.
Scholarship Scouts Feed People’s Lives with Unexpected Good
Each year, Taco Bell Foundation volunteers come together to help select the next class of Live Más Scholars. Whether virtually or in-person, their passion to serve is inspiring.
Scholars Connect at the 2019 Live Más Scholarship Workshops!
Nearly 200 Live Más Scholarship recipients attended a career development workshop to strengthen their personal brand and professional network.
Live Más Scholars Connect in Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Irvine!
One summer. Three different cities. Seventy-five Live Más Scholars.
Heidi’s $25,000 Scholarship Unveil
Heidi Estrada thought she was giving a congratulatory speech, until this happened.
August was a Big Month for the Taco Bell Foundation’s Live Más Scholarship…
We announced our 2017 Live Más Scholarship winners with the help of a few friends!
Music Festival Take Over
A few of our Live Mas Scholarship winners hosted a Taco Bell event at SXSW in Austin, Texas. From sound engineering to venue artwork, they did it all!
Live Más Scholars Create a Commercial
A few of our Live Más Scholars wrote, directed and starred in our newest commercial.
Feed a dream design competition
Live Más Scholarship winners design Doritos Locos Taco holsters for our Feed a Dream campaign.
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Social Good Summit
The Live Más Scholarship took to the stage at the Social Good Summit.
MTV Movie Awards
Here is the premiere of the ‘Fan Fueled Film’ starring Ricky Dillon, Dana Criniti, and Live Más Scholarship winner Calvin Ngu.