Raytown current weather conditions

Click for Forecast

Weather Forecast

The location could not be found.

Clark’s Appliances donated to REAP

Click on +1 button to tell Google you like RaytownOnline

Subscribe to RaytownOnline.com via Email

Enter your email address to receive emails of the latest local news articles on RaytownOnline.com.

Kendra donated to Shepherd’s Center

Ads for Charity

Scholarship opportunities offered

Foundation Offering $175,000
in Scholarships for 2013
THCF administers 150+ scholarships for area donors

truman_heartlandEASTERN JACKSON COUNTY, Mo. (February 27, 2013) – Scholarship season is in full swing and Truman Heartland Community Foundation (THCF) has more than 150 scholarships valued at approximately $175,000 available for Eastern Jackson County area high school seniors, undergraduate students and graduate students pursuing a higher education degree, including technical schools.

Many scholarships have application deadlines in March 2013. For a complete list and to view all applications, visit the Grants & Scholarships section of www.thcf.org.

In 2012, nearly $175,000 was awarded from 69 scholarship programs to 157 student recipients. The average scholarship was $1,100 with the largest scholarship totaling $4,000.

One long-standing scholarship is The Bess Wallace Truman Scholarship sponsored by the Junior Service League of Independence. It’s awarded to area women preparing for their undergraduate education who demonstrate a commitment to service and uphold the high ideals of Bess Truman. Since 1999, $39,000 has been awarded to 37 area graduating female high school seniors.

Truman Heartland Community Foundation is a public charity committed to “improving area communities by promoting private giving for the public good.” Founded in 1982, THCF continues to serve the region with assets reaching $28 million and annual grants surpassing $3 million. THCF provides a wide range of services to donors and grant seekers alike. For more information on charitable giving, visit www.thcf.org or call THCF at 816.836.8189.

Leave a Reply