Scholarship created in memory of Knoxville woman and unborn son

Scholarship created in memory of Knoxville woman and unborn son

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Brittany Eldridge (Source: Facebook) Brittany Eldridge (Source: Facebook)

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - A scholarship has been created to honor a young Knoxville woman and her unborn son.

Brittany Eldridge, 25, was found dead in her apartment back in December 2011. She was 8.5 months pregnant with her first child, Zeke.

No arrests have been made in the case.

Donut maker Krispy Kreme is now selling gift certificates with proceeds going to the Brittany and Zeke Scholarship, which will benefit the University of Tennessee soccer program.

The fundraiser ended on Jan. 31, but has since been extended until Valentine's Day.

The cost of each certificate is $7, good for a dozen donuts.

There are two ways to get a certificate. You can buy them online at The Brittany and Zeke Foundation website.

You can also mail a check made out to the foundation to:

The Brittany and Zeke Foundation
P.O. Box 16585
Knoxville, TN 37996

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