Huntington’s Hope Fund is satisfied to make the opportunity accessible to such countless commendable students to come forward and get a chance to be a part of this incredible opportunity. The following scholarship is not accessible to help graduate students. Since Huntington’s illness is hereditary, numerous families exhaust their monetary resources over different generations before their children get to seek post-secondary education. Huntington’s Hope fund aims at helping these kids come one bit nearer to accomplishing their instructive dreams. There will be four Huntingtons Hope grants accessible, each worth $1,000, and are renewable for as long as four years, given the candidate meets the set rules. Beneficiaries will be chosen depending on qualification, application, and personal interview.
Huntington’s Hope grants will be granted to candidates intending to enrol at least half-time undergraduate study in a certified two or four-year post-secondary instructive program and the offspring of a parent presently living with Huntington’s sickness or a parent who died within or the past five years. Residents of Minnesota will get preference, trailed by inhabitants of the Upper Midwest (Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, and South Dakota) and afterwards the rest of the United States.
Regardless of whether you’re searching for housing, skilled nursing care, help in your home, or someone to pray with, the good samaritan society is ready for you with their special team, which consists of caregivers, leaders, volunteers, and supporters, who offer services like caregiver support, home-based services, long-term care, rehabilitation therapy, senior living.
Below we have a brief description of the following scholarship:
|Organization||Good Samaritan Society|
|Number of Awards||4|
|Application Deadline||February 15|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
The eligibility criteria for the following scholarship is as follows:
- Applicants must be planning to enroll for a minimum of half-time undergraduate study in an accredited two or four-year post-secondary educational program, and the child of a parent currently living with Huntington’s disease or a parent who died within the past five years.
How to Apply?
All eligible candidates can apply for this scholarship by submitting the complete application form attached with all the concerned documents and must be mailed to the following address:
Good Samaritan Society-Specialty Care Community Attn: Huntington’s Hope Scholarship Program 3815 West Broadway Avenue Robbinsdale, MN 55422
The application can be accessed from here.
Following are the documents that need to be attached with your application form:
- Most recent official high school or college transcripts
- Two letters of recommendation in sealed envelopes
- Copy of post-secondary institution’s acceptance letter
The scholarship committee will award four Huntington’s Hope scholarships, each worth $1,000 renewable for up to four years, provided the applicant meets established criteria.
The application materials concerned with the following grant must be submitted by February 15.