Women's Second Chance College Scholarship Fund
Community Foundation of LouisvilleSuggest an update
Anticipated deadline: Mar 16, 2021 2:00pm PDT
Grant amount: Up to US $5,000
Fields of work: All fields of work
Applicant type: Undergraduate Student
Funding uses: Scholarship
Location of project: Anywhere in the world
Location of residency: Kentucky, Counties in Indiana: Clark County, Crawford County, Floyd County, Harrison County, Scott County, Washington County Show all
Age restriction: Between 25 and 40 years of age
Gender restriction: FemaleView website Save
About this funder:
The Women’s Second Chance College Scholarship Fund was established by Ms. Ruth Ann Tillman to provide assistance, through financial grants and mentoring, to women 25-40 years of age who have the determination and discipline to obtain a bachelors degree.
Community Foundation of Louisville is the largest charitable foundation in Kentucky with $434 million in assets and more than 1,350 different funds, each with a charitable purpose defined by its donors. In 2014, the Community Foundation made over 8,000 grants totaling $45 million to local, national and international nonprofits.
A strong advocate for philanthropy across the Commonwealth, the Community Foundation of Louisville has a network of affiliate foundations, each working to support philanthropy in their region.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Resident of Kentucky, or Southern Indiana (Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington Counties)
- Female, age 25-40
- Have a high school diploma or GED and are committed to completing a college degree program in an agreed upon period of time
- Demonstrate financial need
- Enrolled full or part-time to attend an accredited college, university or community college
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