Daelyn Bledsoe Legacy of Love and Leadership Scholarship

$520
1 winner$520
Open
Application Deadline
Aug 14, 2024
Winners Announced
Sep 14, 2024
Education Level
High School
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Eligibility Requirements
Education Level:
High school senior
State:
Texas
Background:
Participates in sports
Education Level:
State:
Background:
High school senior
Texas
Participates in sports

The Daelyn Bledsoe Legacy of Love and Leadership Scholarship was designed to celebrate the life of Daelyn Bledsoe, a remarkable young man who was deeply invested in sports and family life. To remember Daelyn, who was apart of the class of 2024 at Duncanville High School, this scholarship will help students who share his interests and passions, as well as his vision for a brighter future.

In addition to celebrating Daelyn's life, this scholarship also aims to bring attention to the condition of Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM).

AVM is a congenital condition characterized by a complex tangle of abnormal blood vessels where arteries and veins are directly connected, bypassing the capillary system, which can disrupt the normal flow of blood and oxygen, posing a risk for hemorrhage, stroke, or other serious neurological issues. Due to its often asymptomatic nature until a critical event occurs, AVM awareness is crucial for early detection and management. Though AVM is relatively rare, affecting less than 1% of the population, its consequences can be devastating. Increasing public awareness and research funding for AVM is essential for improving diagnosis, treatment options, and outcomes for those affected by this serious condition.

Any high school senior in Texas who participates in sports may apply for this scholarship opportunity. 

To apply, outline innovative ideas capable of driving positive change for our nation and benefitting future generations.

Selection Criteria:
Action, Leadership, Awareness
Published May 13, 2024
$520
1 winner$520
Open
Application Deadline
Aug 14, 2024
Winners Announced
Sep 14, 2024
Education Level
High School
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners