Our Mission Statement:
The purpose of the Foundation is to assist Christian individuals with identified leadership history, high academic achievement and financial need with academic, vocational and ministry training to further the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.
Guidelines: The following are the minimum guidelines that must be met before a candidate will be considered for scholarship:
(Please note, Guideline #5 is due in part to a decline in our investment portfolio and also a desire on the part of the Board to interview applicants and to have more personal contact with recipients.)
- Christian testimony, and verifiable Christian leadership.
- Entering undergraduate studies, or currently attempting to attain an undergraduate degree. (We are a small foundation and unable to consider graduate school applicants.)
- 3.0 G.P.A. or better.
- Financial need. We consider FAFSA determinations, and if those are not available we consider parents' incomes (usually cannot exceed $75,000 per year). Foundation students' natural and step parent's incomes are included in that income ceiling.
- Primary residence or attending college must be in California, Oregon, or Washington.
Please see the Application and printed instructions for complete guidelines
The Application Process: The application process for 2020 is now closed.
Deadline: The deadline for receipt by the Foundation of a fully complete
application package was May 16, 2020. If the application package is
incomplete for any reason the Foundation is not obliged to notify the applicant
and the Foundation is under no obligation to consider an incomplete application
package. It will take us a little over a month to consider the hundreds of
applications we normally receive and usually notifications of awards are sent
in June. Special consideration is given to minority students. Not all who
apply will receive an award.
Please note that the Application for the 2021-2022 academic year will be available January, 2021.