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Program provides 2 awards of 00 each to US residents who have been diagnosed with hemophilia that are majoring in physical education, physical therapy, sports medicine or an allied sports medicine program.
Visual Impairment, Disability - Mobility, Disability - Developmental, Disability - Physical, Disability - Mental, Disability - Cognitive, Special Needs, Developmental Disability, Cognitive Disability Scholarships are available to kidney patients (including donors) or members of their immediate families for continuation of education beyond high school.
The program serve students who have been under-represented in fields such as the sciences and engineering, students from diverse backgrounds and students with disabilities.
Provides funding assistance to people affected by bleeding disorders, or their immediate family members, for tuition and enrollment fees relevant to continuing education in a non-traditional or non-degree format.
Disability - Developmental, Disability - Physical, Developmental Disability, Disability - Intellectual, Physical Disability, Special Needs, Disability - Childhood, Cognitive Disability, Disability - Mobility, Disability - Mental, Disability - Emotional, Disability - Cognitive Awards two ,500 scholarships for those with a bleeding disorder, family members of those with a bleeding disorder, or family members of those who have died due to the complications of a bleeding disorder.
Academic scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate or graduate student who is seeking a degree or profession that relates to the prevention of or assistance of persons affected by neonatal/birth injuries such as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) and/or disabilities resulting from such injuries.
Developmental Disability, Disability - Developmental, Disability - Intellectual, Special Needs, Disability - Physical, Disability - Mobility, Physical Disability, Disability - Emotional, Disability - Mental, Disability - Cognitive Financial scholarships are available for students diagnosed with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease or another inherited bleeding disorder or are a surviving child of a parent who died of bleeding disorder complications and was a client of Hemophilia of Georgia.Program provides college and continuing education scholarships for high school graduates and adults diagnosed with epilepsy and seizure disorders, who are returning to college, university, trade school or other institutions of continued learning.Fund provides assistance for post-secondary study to financially needy dependents of people killed or permanently disabled in the terrorist attacks on 9/11, and/or during the rescue activities relating to those attacks.Disability - Developmental, Developmental Disability, Developmental Delay, Childhood Disability, Disability - Childhood, Trauma, Pregnancy, Injury, Infantile Spasms, Other Diseases - See Program For List Academic scholarship awarded to a college-bound high school senior who is a resident of the North Shore area with a parent who passed away from cancer, is a cancer survivor or is currently undergoing treatment for cancer Incight awards scholarships to students with disabilities, who have demonstrated outstanding merit in giving back to the community and overcoming obstacles in order to pursue higher education. Blindness, Disability - Intellectual, Special Needs, Disability - Physical, Disability - Developmental, Developmental Delay, Deafness, Autism, Learning Disability, Speech and language Delays or Impairments, Speech Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury Awards a scholarship to an individual or family member of someone directly impacted by organ tissue, or cornea donation including transplant candidates, recipients, their immediate family and donor family members.Students whose lives have been impacted in some way by leukemia or lymphoma, either as survivors or as an immediate family member of someone with the disease.