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Katherine Baich Endowed Scholarship

Katherine Baich Endowed Scholarship

The Endowment was established to provide assistance paying for housing for children and grandchildren of veterans with service-connected disabilities during their undergraduate studies at either a community college, college, or university. The founder of the Endowment wanted to recognize the sacrifices made by veterans with service-connected disabilities and their families on behalf of our nation.

    • The amount of the Scholarship will be $2,500.00.
    • A recipient may only be awarded the scholarship once.
    • The Scholarship can be awarded in any year of undergraduate study.
    • All applications must be received by April 30, 2024.
    • The Scholarship will be announced on June 28, 2024.

 

Qualifications for the Scholarship

    • The recipient must be a resident of North Carolina.
    • The recipient must be under 25 years of age, and be the child or grandchild of a veteran with a service-connected disability.

 

Application Materials Required

    • A completed application.
    • A copy of a high school diploma and transcript, or GED certificate.
    • A copy of the veteran’s DD 214.
    • A copy of the veteran’s letter of disability from the Veterans Administration.
    • A copy of the applicant’s birth certificate.
    • A statement of financial need, which lists all grants and scholarships that the applicant has received, and a description of why you need assistance from the Endowment.

 

Apply for the Katherine Baich Endowed Scholarship HERE.

If you’d like to make a donation to help Katie achieve her goal of helping the children and grandchildren of Veterans, use the form below.

Support the Katherine Baich Endowed Scholarship 

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If you would like to make a donation from outside the United States please contact us at 704-818-0658 or email tpate@phhusa.org





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