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Bev Foster CrossOver Scholarship Fund

Bev Foster

Photo courtesy of Rikki Cooke

Wings lost a leader who had an impact on thousands when longtime CrossOver facilitator Bev Foster died Jan. 19, 2017, at her home. See her obituary here.

To acknowledge her many contributions to Wings for more than 30 years and honor and support her legacy, Wings has created the Bev Foster CrossOver Scholarship Fund, which will raise money for Personal Effectiveness Seminar graduates who lack the financial ability to continue on to CrossOver. Money in the fund will help cover the cost of tuition, housing, and food during seminars. All donations to the fund are tax deductible.

  • Donate online here by clicking on Wings Seminars-Bev Foster Fund in the dropdown menu.
  • Donate by check by filling out this form and mailing it to the address listed. Be sure to designate Bev Foster Fund under “other information.”
  • For other donation options, visit this page.

Bev believed in the transformative power of CrossOver and dedicated herself to it for more than 30 years. “She used to get a laugh during the seminar when she’d say, ‘I’ll haunt you if you **** with your contract!’ ” recalled Wings Program Director Sherrie Frank. “What she didn’t say is she would also be the voice in our head saying, ‘You are lovable, capable, whole, and magnificent’ in those dark moments of uncertainty and self-doubt. And because she was Bev, if we were stubborn about it she’d follow it up with, ‘the horse is dead, so get off!'”

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