The cost of college is high. Do you know someone who might benefit from a Huntington’s Hope scholarship? Scholarships are available to current residents of the United States who plan to enroll for a minimum of half-time undergraduate study in an accredited two or four-year post-secondary educational program. Applicants for Huntington’s Hope scholarships must be the child of a parent currently living with Huntington’s disease or a parent who died either prior to the scholarship applicant turning 18 years of age or within the last five years.
The application process for a Huntington’s Hope scholarship is easy.
- Applicants just fill out an application and mail it, along with a current transcript of grades, to Good Samaritan Society – Specialty Care Community at 3815 West Broadway, Robbinsdale, MN 55422.
- The Huntington’s Hope scholarship committee will arrange a personal interview to talk with the applicant further about his or her plans and qualifications.
If you know of someone who could benefit from the financial support of a Huntington’s Hope scholarship, please let them know. Please also consider donating to the Huntington’s Hope scholarship fund to help those whose lives have been touched by Huntington’s disease.
If your life has been made better because of education, please support those who may otherwise never get that chance. To help make a difference in someone’s life, please DONATE TO HUNTINGTON’S HOPE SCHOLARSHIP FUND NOW. Donations of $10 and $20 add up quickly and will provide the financial foundation for Huntington’s Hope. We need to reach that $25,000 level so we can begin disbursing scholarships! Thank you!
Good Samaritan Society – Specialty Care Community in Robbinsdale, Minn., owned and operated by the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, is one of only eight long-term skilled care centers in the United States with a dedicated program for individuals with Huntington’s disease.