CONGRATULATIONS TO

OUR CLASS OF 2018!

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THE SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE INNOVATORS, CREATORS AND DREAMERS

That’s right! The Live Más Scholarship is not based on your grades or how well you play sports. No essays, no test scores, no right or wrong answers. We want to help Taco Bell restaurant employees – whether teen or young adult – pursue their unique educational dreams. In 2018, the Taco Bell Foundation awarded scholarships to deserving recipients, ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 each.

HOW TO ENTER

Submit a video (2 minutes or less in length) that tells us the story of your life’s passion. It could be a short film, animation or just a simple testimonial. This is not about how well you can make a film – we just want you to show us your passion and explain why you should be considered for a Live Más Scholarship.

TECHNICAL STUFF

Think about filming this video on your phone, computer, tablet, your school or library’s computer lab, or on any other MP4 video enabled camera to which you have access. Your video must be 2 minutes or less to ensure it’s easy to upload to the application.

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Questions? Email us at TacoBellFoundation@TacoBell.com!

IN 2018, WE AWARDED SCHOLARSHIPS TO MORE THAN 75 RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES.

They came from all over the country. They have different passions, stories and dreams. But they have one thing in common. They want to change the world.

Learn about the passions and dreams of our Live Más Scholarship Restaurant Employee Recipients. Click here to see complete list of 2018 recipients.

RICARDA: LONG ROAD AHEAD

Thanks to the generosity of these Taco Bell Owners, the Taco Bell Foundation is able to fuel the Live Más Scholarship for Restaurant Employees and provide educational funding to ambitious, hardworking youth working in our very own restaurants.

B & G Food Enterprises ∙ Bacon Enterprises ∙ BDE Florida ∙ Bell Indiana ∙ Border Foods ∙ Bravo Foods ∙ Brett Sibert ∙ C&R Restaurant Group ∙ C. & M. Smith Restaurants ∙ Cantina Hospitality ∙ Carolina Taco ∙ City Different Enterprises ∙ ColCal Colorado ∙ Colomex ∙ Columbus Mart ∙ CTI Restaurants ∙ D. C. Bruce ∙ Daniel Ream ∙ David White ∙ Delectabell ∙ Double-O ∙ Eardley Investments ∙ Fiestas WVA ∙ Frederick Gallant ∙ GBM 1037 ∙ Golden Gate Bell ∙ Helm Restaurants ∙ Imperial Associates ∙ J & S Food Sales ∙ J and R Hock Enterprises ∙ James Mikula ∙Jeanell ∙ Jupa Foods ∙ Kentucky Bell ∙ K-K Restaurants ∙ Kumar Management ∙ Master Concessionair ∙ Mayer Management ∙ Mex R ∙ Mid Atlantic Taco ∙ Millennium Tacos ∙ MMC Enterprises ∙ Momex Foods ∙ MTLD ∙ Multiconcept Group ∙ MUY Brands ∙ Natron Corporation ∙ NJB Operations ∙ Outlaw Enterprises ∙ Pacific Bells ∙ Pacific Restaurants ∙ Palo Verde ∙ Parochetti Enterprises ∙ Quikserve Concepts ∙ R & R Ventures ∙ R.W. Ball ∙ R2 Restaurants ∙ RAD ∙ Samuel Sibert ∙ Sand Taco ∙ SD Bell ∙ Seth Skogen ∙ SHAASHWAT ∙ SRS Management ∙ T & D Foods ∙ T M & D ∙ T&T Taco ∙ Tacala ∙ Taco Jim ∙ Taco Peg ∙ TacoBocci ∙ Tambro ∙ TME Enterprises ∙ Tri Taco ∙ V2 ∙ VB Preferred QSR ∙ Vision Restaurants ∙ Weber Coastal Bells ∙ West Side Fast Foods ∙ Wilkes Sombrero ∙ Zalak Food ∙ Zoeb