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American Red Cross - Leaders Save Lives Scholarship Program

$2,500

August 31, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Coordinate a summer blood drive through the Leaders Save Lives program and join the impressive group of youth across the nation who are helping save lives with the American Red Cross. You could earn leadership experience, volunteer hours, an Amazon.com Gift Card and be entered to win a college scholarship. Sign up to host a blood drive while school is out of session during one of the program time frames. Form a recruitment committee to help make your blood drive a success. Recruit your friends, family and the community to donate at your blood drive. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1101 Washington Street
  • Huntsville, AL 35801
  • stoweke@usa.redcross.org
  • tel: 256-536-0086 x346
  • fax: 256-539-5914

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Aleah H  on 3/2/2020 1:31:04 PM

To help me further my degree in nursing. it would be wonderful

martin tito  on 1/9/2020 6:38:44 AM

If you assist me for further studies it will be highly appreciated

Julie K  on 12/29/2015 9:10:51 PM

This email address is bouncing back as undelivered. Can you please add the correct email?

tina m  on 9/25/2015 7:08:22 PM

My name is Tina. Im 56 years old partically disabled. I've applied to Savannah College of Art and Design. Begin Winter quarter. Im in need of Financial Aide, thats why i am applying

Tony W  on 9/1/2015 3:09:15 PM

The easiest way to save a life is to donating blood my mom has to get blood cause of cancer

Julio B  on 6/3/2014 6:36:47 PM

One of the easiest way to save a life is by donating blood!

Erica M  on 7/26/2013 2:02:45 PM

Donating blood is a safe and easy way to save a life! One pint of blood can save up to three lives.

Mary L  on 8/12/2011 12:13:57 PM

I did this scholarship this year and it was a fun experience with or without the money i gained. DO IT!!!

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