Dave Crevelt Memorial Fund Scholarships

David Crevelt coached all levels of soccer at Woodside High School from 1986 to 2002. He mentored hundreds of soccer players over his coaching career motivating athletes to reach their highest levels of excellence on the playing field and supporting them to reach their goals off the playing field. David (an alumni of Woodside) felt passionate about teaching leadership on the field and exemplified it by his involvement at Woodside High School and surrounding communities. It was not uncommon for David and his wife Ingrid to reach in their own pockets for players who were less fortunate and who had difficulties in obtaining soccer cleats, equipment and even a place to live while they completed their studies while competing in soccer. He was committed to seeing his students have quality lives by supporting their athletic skills, academic desires and mentoring those who needed the extra push to meet their potential. Davidís life was one of over achieving and it is in the spirit of his life that a scholarship program has been established to carry on his legacy to commitment, compassion, integrity and leadership


The Dave Crevelt Memorial Fund (DCMF) is awarding multiple $1000 scholarships to high school, community college or prospective college-bound applicants.

Scholarship Objective

To award scholarship funds to prospective college applicants who possess and demonstrate qualities of athletic leadership, civic-mindedness and perseverance in the face of obstacles and challenges.

Application requirements

Provide a 1-2 page (double spaced) essay or narrative demonstrating applicants abilities to meet or exceed objectives relating to DCMF accompanied by two letters of references; confirming traits which exhibit Dave Creveltís life qualities; commitment, compassion, integrity and leadership on the soccer field, in the classroom or in the community

Applicant must be one of the following:

  1. Currently attending a community college
  2. Enrolled or intend to enroll in a four year university
  3. Enrolled and plans to complete a vocational program in an accredited institution and have an academic standing of 2.0 GPA or higher and provide a copy of most current transcript.

DCMF is a non-profit foundation providing support for youth in their academic, athletic and civic achievements and aspirations.

Contact DCMF at
P.O. Box 7116
Redwood City, CA 94062
530-887-8499 | dcmfscoreforyouth@gmail.com