Our family is creating the William A. Stuart Memorial Scholarship fund to help 2 high school students who may be interested in pursuing a skilled trade or engineering education. Bill was a bright young man who joined the Marine Corps after high School in 1968 and used that disciplined training to pursue an engineering path for his life work. He worked for large companies, small shops, and for himself, never settling into one type, but always following the challenge of electronics, computers, being a self-employed builder of decks along the California coastline, or rebuilding cars. He would have loved helping student who need a nudge to follow a dream.
Provide $500 scholarships each year, and further the legacy of Mark Forgette, whom the Green Mountain Memories scholarship was created for.
This fundraiser will help support a scholarship that will be awarded to one high school senior who has been impacted by transferring schools and moving at least once throughout their high school career.
Tahair Family and Friends
Honor and further Brian Tahair’s legacy of living a life of gratitude. He is gone but never forgotten. We wish to support a person who emulates his character and wishes to pursue their dreams and goals. We hope to receive applicants that identify as having experienced being an underdog, connects with loss and the grief journey, may be socio-economical disadvantaged, has been given a second chance and/or has overcome an adversity and demonstrates resiliency. With this scholarship award we wish to champion a student who sees a barrier and keeps striving for their success being lead by their heart and with humbleness.
Sharp Objects LLC
To be able to retain the funds my donors and I collect throughout the year for our annual scholarship. Initial scholarship to be $500 for a single award and then additional award per each additional $500 raised. This fund will be drawn from annually for this purpose. It is to promote the education of students requiring financial support in their educational needs in sciences, math, health, engineering and other technical skills that can aid in the advancement of science fiction becoming science fact.
$1,000/ $1,500 goal
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Ella & Melissa Collins
This fund is to create scholarships for children of Law Enforcement officers who are currently in active duty, killed in the line of duty or who have passed away unexpectedly.
This fund is designated to expand the Patricia Whelan Memorial Scholarship which supports future educators providing reading instruction. Our aim is to perpetuate and develop the size and scope of the scholarship by increasing award amounts, number of scholarships offered and expanding to other colleges and universities.
$1,000/ $5,000 goal
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This scholarship fund will help first-gen students like myself achieve their education goals.
This fund will provide for the annual $500.00 award to the winner of the Frank and Nelcie Williams Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship fund honors Frank and Nelcie Williams and their desire to support and encourage all students from New Jersey who strive to get a good education. Edison is where they lived and were committed to their family, community and church. This scholarship is a continuation of the legacy of Frank and Nelcie Williams.
This scholarship fund honors the life of Megan Springsteel by supporting high school students who are interested in pursuing cosmetology.