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Hemophilia Scholarships

Here are some of the Hemophilia scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan Academic Scholarship

Who can apply - Individuals within the bleeding disorder community who reside in the state of Michigan are eligible for HFM academic scholarships. This includes consumers, family members of consumers and family members of those who have died due to the complications of a bleeding disorder. Amount - Two awards of $2,500 each

Eric Dostie Memorial College Scholarship

The Eric Dostie Memorial College Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Eric Dostie by giving financial assistance to six students with hemophilia or a related bleeding disorder, or to their family members. The students must be citizens of the United States, and enrolled full-time in an accredited two- or four-year college program.

HFA Educational Scholarship

Eligibility RequirementsThe perspective applicant must:• Have a bleeding disorder• Be seeking a post?secondary education at a college, university,or trade school• Demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality oftheir life by pursuing their goals with determination

HFA Sibling Continuing Educational Scholarship

The perspective applicant must:• Be a sibling of a person with a bleeding disorder• Be seeking a post?secondary education at a college, university,or trade school• Demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality oftheir life by pursuing their goals with determination

HFA Parent Continuing Educational Scholarship

The perspective applicant must:• Be a parent of a child with a bleeding disorder• Be seeking a post?secondary education at a college, university,or trade school• Demonstrate their commitment to improving the quality oftheir life by pursuing their goals with determination

Memorial Scholarship Program

Eligible to apply are individuals with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, and other related factor deficiencies. Applicants must be high school seniors, college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Also eligible to apply are college seniors who are planning to attend graduate school, or students who are already enrolled in graduate school.

Bob Miller Scholarship Award Program

NCHS is committed to supporting individuals who desire advanced education. We understand the financial burdens families affected by hemophilia and bleeding disorders face, and the difficulties of planning and saving for higher education. The awards committee oversees the scholarship program offering awards from $500 to $1000 per year to a person or person(s) associated with the bleeding disorders community. The committee determines the number and amount of the awards based on a number of criteria including but not limited to academic merit, employment status, essay, reference letters, financial need and impact on the bleeding disorders community. Requirements for Application: 1. Must be postmarked by April 1. 2. Must be planning to attend an accredited technical school, or undergraduate college or university. 3. Must be a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, or the parent, spouse, partner or child of a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. 4. Must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher. 5. Must be a U.S. citizen. 6. Submit two (2) letters of support. One must be from a teacher or instructor, and the second from an employer, church leader, health care provider, or other professional person involved in your life. 7. Must submit a one page essay that describes your dreams, goals and objectives for attending secondary education. The award committee meets annually in April; all applications must be postmarked by April 1. Incomplete applications will not be considered. The applicant awarded the scholarship will by notified by May 15.

Education Is Power Scholarship

Since starting the scholarship program in 2006, the MedPro Rx Education is Power scholarship program has provided 429 scholarships totaling over $421,000 to students nationwide who have hemophilia A, hemophilia B or von Willebrand Disease (vWD). ELIGIBILITY Eligible scholarship applicants include individuals living with Hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. A minimum of 20 scholarships will be awarded ranging in value from $500-$2,500. Scholarships will be awarded based on the following requirements: Must have a bleeding disorder as defined above Must be a United States resident Must be entering or attending a community college, junior college, four-year college, university, or vocational school in the fall Community involvement and/or volunteer work

Artistic Encouragement Grant

One (1) grant will be awarded in the amount of $1,500.00 for use in artistic encouragement. This can be used for mounting an exhibition of one’s work (i.e. photography, painting/watercolor, animation, publishing a story/ book or animation, writing a play, having a recital or any kind of creative endeavor). Eligibility Requirements: A person bleeding disorder Seeking a post-secondary education either from a college, university or trade school Able to demonstrate his/her commitment to improving the quality of their life by pursuing his/her goals with determination Please submit the following for the Artistic Encouragement Grant: Completed application Samples of work/portfolio (limit to 3-5 pieces) Statement of financial need Copy of official transcript Acceptance letter/Enrollment Verification letter Two letters of reference (one professional reference, the other from HTC or physician) Essay: Explain the purpose for the use of the grant and supply an outline/time frame for the completion of the project, and what you expect to get out of it and how it will help you in the future with you artwork

SevenSECURE K-12 Edu-Grants

If your child is in kindergarten through 12th grade, needs help with his or her schoolwork, has missed at least 2 weeks of school, then you may want to apply for a K-12 Edu-Grant. Grants are awarded in the amount up to $500 per year. The K-12 Edu-Grant helps the families of qualifying students pay for tutors or other types of learning help.

SevenSECURE College and vocational scholarships

With SevenSECURE®, learning can truly be a lifetime pursuit. College and vocational scholarships: SevenSECURE® awards the Professor Ulla Hedner Scholarships to high school seniors, college, or vocational students—and there is no age limit. The scholarships are valued at $2000 to $7000 per year, and are awarded on a competitive basis. They are named after Professor Ulla Hedner, who pioneered the development of our recombinant Factor VIIa.

SevenSECURE Adult Education Grants

With SevenSECURE®, learning can truly be a lifetime pursuit. Adult education grants: SevenSECURE® awards Adult Education Grants up to $2500 for adults over the age of 23 who would like to take courses or get more training to help improve their career or transition to a new one. Applicants must provide an estimate of the course fees to determine the size of the grant. The adult education grant is also open to primary caregivers.

Joe Holibaugh & Tim Kennedy Memorial Scholarship Program

Scholarship program will award two $1000 scholarships to persons with a diagnosed bleeding disorder. Award will be based on criteria including, but not limited to academic merit, reference letters and essay. An independent, third party committee has been retained to review the applications against the guidelines and will decide to whom the scholarships will be awarded. The selection process is wholly independent of Matrix Health Group. Applicants are not required to be past, current or future customers of Matrix Health Group. Late applications or those missing required information will not be considered. Application Requirements: • Must be a person diagnosed with a bleeding disorder • Must have applied and been accepted to an accredited college, university or technical school in the United States on a full-time basis (12 credit hours or more) • Must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale during entire senior year of high school or current year of college • Must submit transcripts and ACT or SAT test scores • Must submit two letters of recommendation; one from a teacher, instructor, professor or school administrator and one from an employer, church leader, volunteer coordinator, or other professional person • Work experience • Outline of school activities, class offices, band, athletics, clubs, school publications, civic organizations, volunteer work, etc. Outline may be substituted with a resume • Signed Certification and Release • Employees and family members affiliated with Matrix Health Group are not eligible to apply

Herb Schlaughenhoupt, Jr. Memoral Scholarship

The $500.00 Herb Schlaughenhoupt, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded twice each year to individuals with hemophilia or a related inherited bleeding disorder or an immediate family member. The scholarship can be used for tuition, room and board, and related expenses associated with post-secondary education at a university, college, trade, or vocational school. Deadlines for submission of an application are in July and January.

Nebraska Chapter of NHF Post-Secondary Scholarship

Must be a member of the Nebraska Chapter of the NHF, be an individual that is impacted by a hereditary bleeding disorder, demonstrate evidence of academic promise, demonstrate financial need, and be willing to write an essay related to purpose and motivation for pursuit of post-secondary education.

Pfizer Soozie Courter Hemophilia Scholarship Program

Tuition assistance from Pfizer Hemophilia Patients and families in the hemophilia community face challenges that extend far beyond treatment. That's why Pfizer is committed to advancing the lives of those in the community with unique support programs and resources. Our scholarship program is one of them, and is designed to inspire deserving students living with hemophilia to achieve their educational goals. In 2000, this scholarship program was renamed to honor Soozie Courter, a valued and respected friend of the hemophilia community who passed away in 1999. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must have either hemophilia A or hemophilia B and be a high school senior, have a high school diploma or general education development (GED) credential, or be currently enrolled in an accredited junior college, college (as an undergraduate or graduate student), or vocational school. For the 2014-2015 academic year, Pfizer Hemophilia will award $50,000 in scholarships to students in the hemophilia community: $4,000 graduate school scholarships for 5 individuals $2,500 undergraduate college scholarships for 12 individuals

Huey and Angela Wilson Traditional Scholarship

The Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation funds up to fifteen (15) $1,000 scholarships each semester for students with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders. To be eligible you must be registered at an accredited college or university in the state of Louisiana, be a Louisiana resident and be TOPS qualified. The scholarships are gifts, not loans, and can be used by the recipient as needed for school related expenses (books, meals, etc.). Service Hour Requirements: Each Applicant is required to work eight service hours per semester per semester with the foundation. It’s best to schedule your service hours with us as quickly as possible. We have many different recipients and as the available service hour projects are spoken for you may find that we don’t have a project available for you. It will work better for you, and for us, if we have you on our schedule well in advance of your project day. This allows us the time we need to prepare for you and when you arrive you can begin your project without a delay. LHF will only communicate with the student/recipient about his or her service hour requirements. If you don’t work the service hours, you are not eligible for a renewal.

Huey and Angelina Wilson Non-Traditional Scholarship

The Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation funds up to fifteen (15) $1,000 scholarships each semester for students with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders. To be eligible you must be registered at an accredited college or university in the state of Louisiana, be a Louisiana resident studying for an advanced degree, and either be the parent of a bleeding disorder patient or the patient. A minimum of a 2.75 GPA must be maintained. The scholarships are gifts, not loans, and can be used by the recipient as needed for school related expenses (books, meals, etc.). Service Hour Requirements: Each Applicant is required to work eight service hours per semester per semester with the foundation. It’s best to schedule your service hours with us as quickly as possible. We have many different recipients and as the available service hour projects are spoken for you may find that we don’t have a project available for you. It will work better for you, and for us, if we have you on our schedule well in advance of your project day. This allows us the time we need to prepare for you and when you arrive you can begin your project without a delay. LHF will only communicate with the student/recipient about his or her service hour requirements. If you don’t work the service hours, you are not eligible for a renewal.

LHF Scholarship

The Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation can fund up to four scholarships per semester at $500 each to assist with school related expenses. LHF scholarships are only awarded to people with a bleeding disorder that are Louisiana residents and attending any type of college, vocational, or trade school. Service Hour Requirements: Each Applicant is required to work eight service hours per semester per semester with the foundation. It’s best to schedule your service hours with us as quickly as possible. We have many different recipients and as the available service hour projects are spoken for you may find that we don’t have a project available for you. It will work better for you, and for us, if we have you on our schedule well in advance of your project day. This allows us the time we need to prepare for you and when you arrive you can begin your project without a delay. LHF will only communicate with the student/recipient about his or her service hour requirements. If you don’t work the service hours, you are not eligible for a renewal.

Bradley Krueger Memorial Scholarship

We are proud to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the Bradley Krueger Memorial Scholarship. Brad’s family started this fund to help other people with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders achieve a higher education—to live a full and productive life. It is available for people with a bleeding disorder, parents, siblings, children and/or carriers living in the state of Illinois. Scholarship(s) can be used for tuition for any type of post-secondary institution – including trade schools, room and board, books, and supplies (including computer equipment). Scholarship(s) will not be paid to the individual – must be paid to an educational institution or in the case of supplies directly to the vendor. Applications will be accepted until July 1 and are available on the web site www.bdai.org. The Committee has made up to $5,000 available for scholarships this year which will be awarded at the BDAII Annual Meeting in August. APPLICATION PROCEDURE In addition to the application please include:  High School Transcripts and College Transcripts if any coursework has already commenced.  Two Letters of Recommendation – one from: someone who knows your potential as a student, for example a teacher, guidance counselor or employer. Another recommendation from someone who knows you personally, for example a doctor, nurse, social worker, friend of the family or community leader. These letters should support your candidacy by addressing your goal orientation, drive and motivation.  Completion of Essay Questions - Keep the essay simple, focus on the most important information. This will eliminate the need for additional letters or materials

Biogen Idec Hemophila Scholarship Program

In 2013, we awarded a total of $50,000 among 11 deserving people with hemophilia with diverse educational goals. We are honored to continue our support of the community’s dreams as we plan once again to donate a total of $50,000 to multiple winners, with individual awards ranging from $2500-$7000. Who can apply- Individuals with hemophilia A or B who are pursuing a vocational or technical certificate, a 2 or 4 year degree program or graduate degree are encouraged to apply.

Hemophilia Foundation of Minnesota / Dakotas

Requirements of Scholarship Applicants • Must be a person with an inherited bleeding disorder. • Must be a resident of Minnesota, North Dakota or South Dakota, and/or a patient of one of the Hemophilia Treatment Centers in these states. • Must use the HFMD Scholarship to pursue a course of post-high school education. • Completed scholarship application, letters of recommendation, and transcripts must be received by HFMD no later than June l to be considered for the following academic year. It is the applicant's responsibility to assure all forms are received at HFMD by June 1st. Letters of Recommendation See website for a letter of recommendation form. Please make three (3) copies, complete the information at the top of each form, and ask three individuals to each complete the form and mail it directly to the HFMD office. HFMD must receive at least three (3) letters of recommendation (at least two from previous or current academic advisors or instructors and at least one from a friend, volunteer supervisor, or co-worker) by June 1st. Letters will not be accepted from relatives or HFMD Program Committee members.

The Nate Slack Scholarship

The Nate Slack Scholarship award wants to honor memory and a giving spirit of Nate Slack by providing two (2) $1,000 educational scholarships. Requirements □ Must have hemophilia or a related bleeding disorder - OR - □ Must be the immediate family member of a person with hemophilia or a related bleeding disorder □ Must be enrolled or accepted to an accredited Junior College, College, University or Trade School □ Applicant must be a U.S. resident Apply by filling out an application and writing about your experience with hemophilia or a related bleeding disorder, involvement in the bleeding disorder community and educational goals.

George & Linda Price Scholarship

Eligibility: People living with a bleeding disorder, their siblings, or their parents who are members of the Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to those members who actively participate in HACA activities and individuals affected with a bleeding disorder. The applicant’s home must be located in Prince Georges or Montgomery County, Maryland, Northern Virginia, or Washington, DC. For those applying for undergraduate scholarships: Applicants must be high school seniors or college freshman, sophomores or juniors. For those applying for graduate scholarships: Applicants must be college seniors who are planning to attend graduate school or students who are already enrolled in graduate school. Scholarships Scholarships are one-year awards in the amount of $2,500 for a full academic year. While two scholarships are available each year, HACA is not obligated to award scholarships in a given year.

Lyman Fisher Scholarship

Deserving members of the bleeding disorder community and their families are eligible for a $2000 annual scholarship for secondary or higher education. Two $2000 scholarships are available. Applicants must have prior participation with the chapter and be a resident of Virginia or planning to attend school in Virginia.

GLHF Education Scholarship

Terms: The Education Scholarship is designed to assist students with a bleeding disorder (or parents, spouse or siblings of those with bleeding disorder if dollars are available) with tuition assistance as they pursue their education at an accredited college, university or vocational/technical school. Students must reside in the state of Wisconsin or receive care at one of the Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Centers. Deadline: May 1

GLHF Career Development Scholarship

Terms: This scholarship provides funding assistance for tuition and enrollment fees relevant to continuing education in a non-traditional or non-degree format for members of the Wisconsin bleeding disorder community. It is intended to enable people affected by bleeding disorders, or their immediate family members, to enhance career advancement. This program not only targets individuals with bleeding disorders, but also parents of young children and spouses of individuals with bleeding disorders. Applicants must be a Wisconsin resident or receive care at a Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Center. Deadline: Open throughout year

GLHF College Bound Scholarship

Scholarships are offered to individuals and families affected by a bleeding disorder. It is the Foundation’s goal that those living with bleeding disorders have access to educational opportunities that will enhance their lives and prepare them to become self sufficient and productive members of the work force. The College Bound Scholarship was created as an opportunity for youth ages 11-17 to attend college bound preparatory classes. It is GLHF’s hope that these enrichment courses will help to prepare students for the college experience and in turn succeed in their selected program and career path. An example of an eligible class would be a College for Kids or a Teens Program at a University. If you have a class in your community that you are interested in attending and need assistance with the fee, please contact Karin Koppen at 414.937.6782 for more information.

Mike Hylton and Ron Niederman Memorial Scholarships

Factor Support Network is again pleased to offer the Mike Hylton & Ron Niederman Memorial Scholarship this year to MEN with bleeding disorders and their immediate family members. The award this year will be ten $1000 scholarships. This scholarship was established in 1999 to honor the memory of Mike Hylton (1945-1998) and Ron Niederman (1950-1999). Criteria for selection will be academic goals, volunteer work, school activities, other pertinent experience/achievements, and financial need. Requirements for Application: 1. Students who apply may be considering any field of study, but must be entering or attending a junior college, four-year college, university, or vocational school in the fall. 2. The applicant must have hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease (vWD) or be an immediate family member of someone with Hemophilia or vWD. 3. The applicant must be a U.S. resident.

Millie Scholarship

Factor Support Network is again pleased to offer the Millie Gonzalez Memorial Scholarship this year to WOMEN with hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease. The award this year will be five $1000 scholarships. This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Millie Gonzalez (1953-2001), who was a firm believer in educational opportunity. Criteria for selection will be academic goals, volunteer work, school activities, other pertinent experience/achievements, and financial need. Requirements for Application: 1. Students who apply may be considering any field of study, but must be entering or attending a junior college, four-year college, university, or vocational school in the fall. 2. The applicant must be a female with hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease (vWD). 3. The applicant must be a U.S. resident.

Calvin Dawson Memorial Scholarship

Amount: Number and amount of scholarships varies Candidate: Florida residents with a bleeding disorders attending a college, university or trade school.

Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship Program

The Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship Program is an annual competitive educational scholarship sponsored by the Foundation. The number of scholarship awards may vary. Up to 20 scholarships in the amount of $4,000 may be awarded annually and are not renewable. The Colburn-Keenan Foundation reserves the right to award less or more than twenty scholarships based on the applicant pool and available funding. Students may reapply each year as long as they continue to meet the eligibility criteria. The scholarships will be applied to costs associated with obtaining an undergraduate degree at accredited, nonprofit two or four-year undergraduate institutions in the United States. Any undergraduate student with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, or a related inherited bleeding disorder is eligible to apply for the Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship as long as all of the below criteria are also met: Applicants must be diagnosed with an inherited bleeding disorder. Students who do not have an inherited bleeding disorder but whose parent(s) or sibling(s) have an inherited bleeding disorder are not eligible to apply, even though they are affected by an inherited bleeding disorder. Applicants must have volunteered time and energy to directly benefit the bleeding disorders community. While general volunteerism is undeniably valuable and should be noted, applicants must document volunteer activities specifically within the bleeding disorders community in order to be considered for this scholarship. Regardless of any legitimate barriers to one’s ability to accomplish volunteerism within the bleeding disorders community, applicants should not apply if they cannot fulfill this requirement. Applicants must be entering or attending an accredited 2 year or 4 year undergraduate institution in the United States. High school seniors, undergraduate freshmen, undergraduate sophomores, and undergraduate juniors may apply. Students who are pursuing or resuming an undergraduate degree later in adulthood may apply even if there was a gap in their academic career. Applicants who are past recipients of the Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship may reapply throughout their undergraduate career.

Dugdale-Van Eys Scholarship

Applications are available for the Dugdale – van Eys Scholarship. Scholarships are for college-bound high school seniors (graduate or GED), college students, technical school students with a bleeding disorder or the child, spouse or guardian of a person with a bleeding disorder. Applicants must receive treatment in Tennessee. Must also have a GPA of 2.5 or higher to apply. Number of recipients and the amount awarded determined by available funds. Application deadline is April 1st of each year.

Comprehensive Bleeding Disorders Scholarship Fund

Comprehensive Bleeding Disorders Center (CBDC) offers a yearly scholarship opportunity nationwide to all individuals affected by bleeding disorders. CBDC supports annual scholarships to assist individuals in gaining and furthering their higher or technical education each school year. Any individual who is diagnosed with a congenital or acquired chronic bleeding disorder is eligible. The applicant must have maintained a GPA of 2.5 or above and enrolled or plan to enroll, as a full or part-time student at an accredited vocational/trade school, technical school, junior college, or a four-year college/university. The application consists of a completed essay, letters of recommendation, prior school transcripts and a letter from your health care team or provider. To assure a high level of professionalism in dealing with students, parents, and schools, the CBDC Scholarship Fund is managed each year by the Community Foundation of Central Illinois, an organization that specializes in administering scholarships. You can apply for the CBDC scholarship online by visiting the Community Foundation of Central Illinois. Our scholarship is listed under the heading “Comprehensive Bleeding Disorders Center Scholarship.”

Mary M. Gooley Hemophilia Center, Inc. Scholarship Fund

Each year the Center awards approximately $2,000 in academic scholarships to assist patients and their families with the cost of obtaining a college education. To be eligible, candidates must be: High school upperclassmen or graduates or students in good standing who are already enrolled in a post-secondary program, and planning to enroll in a course of study at an accredited 2- or 4-year college, university, or vocational technical school program or certified training program, with priority given to undergraduate study; AND A person affected directly or indirectly by Hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, another diagnosed bleeding disorder, an iron overload disorder, including hemochromatosis or Gaucher Disease. AND Must reside in and/or will attend school in one these 48 upstate NY counties: Albany, Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates. Send Applications to: Hemophilia Foundation of Upstate New York Scholarship Application 70 Linden Oaks, 3rd Floor Rochester, NY 14625

Bob Hersh Scholarship Fund

To be eligible, candidates must be: High school upperclassmen or graduates or students in good standing who are already enrolled in a post-secondary program, and planning to enroll in a course of study at an accredited 2- or 4-year college, university, or vocational technical school program or certified training program, with priority given to undergraduate study; AND A person affected directly or indirectly by Hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, another diagnosed bleeding disorder, an iron overload disorder, including hemochromatosis or Gaucher Disease. AND Must reside in and/or will attend school in one these 48 upstate NY counties: Albany, Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, St. Lawrence, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates. Send Applications to: Hemophilia Foundation of Upstate New York Scholarship Application 70 Linden Oaks, 3rd Floor Rochester, NY 14625

Salvatore E. Quinci Foundation Scholarship

Criteria for eligibility for scholarship (One (1) - $ 1,500. scholarships) Criteria may be revised yearly): • Are diagnosed with hemophilia or other bleeding disorder. • Acceptance by an accredited university, college, or vocational/technical school. • Scholarship must be used for tuition, books, housings, or other school associated costs. • Completion of scholarship application, including transcripts and letters of recommendation. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. • Include any additional information which you feel is pertinent. • Salvatore E. Quinci Foundation reserves the right to make the final decision.

BDANENY Scholarship

The Association designates funds for the higher education of its members at accredited vocational schools and undergraduate programs. Applicants must be individuals with or immediate family members of individuals with a congenital bleeding disorder and be dues-paying members of the Association. One award will be granted per year for members living within the same immediate household. Depending upon available funds and the degree program in which enrolled, scholarships may range to $500 per academic year. Applications must be submitted by March 15 of each year.

Michael Bendix Sutton Foundation Pre-Law Scholarship

Two $2,000 scholarships for students with hemophilia pursuing pre-law study. Write by mail for more information.

Christopher Mark Pitkin Memorial Scholarship

All members of the hemophilia and bleeding disorders community, including spouses, siblings and children. In particular, persons living with hemophilia and HIV and their family members are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be pursuing a post-high school or college or technical/trade school education. Amounts of scholarships vary from $500 to $1000. Based on availability of funds. Please contact the foundation for further information.

John W. Youtsey Memorial Scholarship

The John W. Youtsey Memorial Scholarship provides financial assistance to Hemophilia of Georgia clients who are motivated and talented but lack the resources to achieve their educational goals. Students who would like to be considered for the John W. Youtsey Memorial Scholarship must meet the requirements listed below: Applicants must be Hemophilia of Georgia clients who have hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, or another inherited bleeding disorder, OR be a surviving child of a parent who died as a result of complications arising from a bleeding disorder and who had been a client of Hemophilia of Georgia. Applicants must currently reside in Georgia AND have been a permanent resident of Georgia for a minimum of one year. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, vocational, technical, or professional degree program OR accepted by an accredited college, university, vocational, technical, or professional degree program for the school year. Scholarship recipients must agree to serve the bleeding disorder community by volunteering at least 12 hours with Hemophilia of Georgia. Note: Serving one week at Camp Wannaklot in July will fulfill the volunteer requirement this scholarship year as well as any future scholarship volunteer obligation.

Kevin Child Scholarship

Individual diagnosed with hemophilia A or B and a high school senior with aspirations of attending a US college, university or vocational-technical school, or a college student already pursuing a post-secondary education, or a student in a graduate-level program.

Robert Price Memorial Scholarships

Scholarships are for members of the bleeding disorders community served by the Utah Hemophilia Foundation and/or the Intermountain Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center in Salt Lake City, including those who have a bleeding disorder, their spouses, siblings, children, and parents. Preference may be given to applicants most directly affected by a bleeding disorder, those involved with UHF activities, those without other scholarships or financial assistance, and those who live in Utah. To apply for these scholarships, you must submit the formal UHF Scholarship application, two essays, two letters of reference, and a copy of your latest transcripts. The application MUST be filled out by the applicant. Any part of an application or essay written by a third party will not be considered. Your references should be provided by two people who know you well but are not relatives. Please consider professional references including teachers, employers, volunteer coordinators, or others who can adequately relate your specific strengths and qualities. Scholarships range from $100 to $1500 and are intended for post-high school education and training. Therefore, only those who are already enrolled or are planning to enroll in a college, university, trade school, or technical program may apply. All awards must be used within the academic calendar year for which they are issued.

Utah Hemophilia Foundation Scholarships

Scholarships are for members of the bleeding disorders community served by the Utah Hemophilia Foundation and/or the Intermountain Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center in Salt Lake City, including those who have a bleeding disorder, their spouses, siblings, children, and parents. Preference may be given to applicants most directly affected by a bleeding disorder, those involved with UHF activities, those without other scholarships or financial assistance, and those who live in Utah. To apply for these scholarships, you must submit the formal UHF Scholarship application, two essays, two letters of reference, and a copy of your latest transcripts. The application MUST be filled out by the applicant. Any part of an application or essay written by a third party will not be considered. Your references should be provided by two people who know you well but are not relatives. Please consider professional references including teachers, employers, volunteer coordinators, or others who can adequately relate your specific strengths and qualities. Scholarships range from $100 to $1500 and are intended for post-high school education and training. Therefore, only those who are already enrolled or are planning to enroll in a college, university, trade school, or technical program may apply. All awards must be used within the academic calendar year for which they are issued.

The Bill McAdam Scholarship Fund

The $2,000 scholarship you are applying for is in memory of Bill McAdam. He lived with hemophilia for forty-four years and died of AIDS in October 1993. Bill had two graduate degrees, the first a Masters in Fine Arts and the second a Masters in Business Administration. He served on the board of the Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan, and was an activist even before the crisis of HIV. His hope was that the next generation of the community living with hemophilia, or von Willebrands, would continue its quest for knowledge. This scholarship is designed to help the recipient realize that hope. The scholarship is available for persons with hemophilia, von Willebrands, their partners, spouses, parents, children, siblings, or other significant family members. It is intended for post-secondary education, including college, trade or technical school, or other certification programs.

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