Jaxon Fields Endowed Named Scholarship


The Jaxon Fields Endowed Named Evans Scholarship, honoring the memory of Jaxon Fields, has been established to help send deserving golf caddies in financial need to college. This Endowed Named Scholarship will financially help secure the future of the Evans Scholars Foundation.

Jaxon Fields, of Baltimore, passed away on October 21, 2015, at the age of 21. Jaxon lived his life sharing his passion of golf by teaching youths the values and life lessons that are involved in the sport. The Jaxon Fields Endowed Named Evans Scholarship has been established to preserve his legacy.

In partnership with the Fields Family, the Evans Scholars Foundation hopes to create a number of personalized opportunities for friends of the Fields Family to make meaningful gifts in Jaxon’s memory. With the funds raised in Jaxon’s name, his legacy will live on and he will continue to impact the lives of many deserving young people through the following initiatives:

  • Endowed Evans Scholarships to the University of Notre Dame
  • Endowed Evans Scholarships from Baltimore CC and other East Coast clubs

Please consider supporting the Jaxon Fields Endowed Named Evans Scholarship by making a tax deductible donation that is payable over five years. Donors are encouraged to consider the gift level that meets their personal situation.

To make a multi-year gift of $5,000 or more, please download and complete the Jaxon Fields Endowed Named Scholarship Pledge Commitment.

To make a one-time gift, please click the button below.

  

Questions? Contact Bill Kingore at 224-260-3712 or kingore@wgaesf.org.

 

Chick Evans (second from right) with two caddies and PGA TOUR pros, Walter Burkemo
and Horton Smith, during filming of an Evans Scholars promotional video in 1949.