The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado fosters collaboration, serves as a catalyst for community projects, and is a trusted steward and service provider to philanthropists and nonprofit organizations. They manage and administer over 500 charitable funds and over $185 million in assets. The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado meets national standards for operational quality, donor service and accountability in the community foundation sector. Throughout their generosity, the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado offers numerous scholarships.
The Eastern Colorado Scholarship is available to students living in Logan County, Morgan County, Phillips County, Washington County, Sedgwick County, and Yuma County. The scholarship is open to students pursuing any kind of secondary education including four-year degrees, two-year degrees, trade schools, etc. Financial need is not a requirement, however, preference may be given to those with financial need. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.