The 2018 scholarship application period is now closed. Thank you to all of the students who applied! We re currently reviewing applications and all applicants will be notified of decisions by May 1, with recipients announced at the Spring Brick Dedication on May 20, 2018.
In 2004, the Awareness Garden Scholarship Program was established to help students whose lives have been impacted by cancer or who plan to work in a cancer related field to pursue their educational goals. Over the past seven years over $83,450 has been awarded to deserving individuals who lives have been affected by cancer. Applicants are evaluated on community activities, letters of recommendation, and personal essays in which they reveal how their lives and goals have been affected by cancer. The Awareness Garden Scholarship Committee members then conduct personal interviews with finalists. Their task is challenging as there are many worthy candidates.
On May 21, 2017 the Awareness Garden Foundation awarded our 2017 scholarships to three very deserving students.
Meredith Buckley of New Covenant Schools
Carter Leverette of E.C. Glass High School
Conner McClain of E.C. Glass High School
Alexandra (Lexi) Sale of Amherst County High School
We would love to have you volunteer! There are many opportunities to prune or plant in the Awareness Garden as well as helping with special events and educational outreach! Please visit us on our Contact Us page and send an email or call to let us know in what area you think you may be able to help! Thank you!