The Ruth Cheatham Foundation (TRCF) Scholarship Program is dedicated to providing long-term support to teen cancer survivors from low-income families. Recognizing the financial devastation that often accompanies a cancer diagnosis, TRCF focuses on empowering young cancer patients and their families by facilitating access to higher education. The scholarship program offers four years of support to scholars pursuing education through accredited undergraduate schools or trade schools.
• Cancer patients and survivors aged 17-26.
• Applicants should demonstrate a desire to continue their education through an accredited undergraduate school or trade school.
• Targeted towards individuals from low-income families disproportionately affected by their cancer diagnosis.
• Must be a full-time student (enrolled in 24 credit hours a year).
• US resident.
Scholarships will be awarded based on:
• Financial need
• Personal hardship
Applicants are encouraged to fill out the form completely and accurately. The Ruth Cheatham Foundation Scholarship Fund is committed to a fair and non-discriminatory selection process. The program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or handicap.
The scholarship fund aims to support scholars with varying dollar amounts based on their individual needs.
Applications for the Ruth Cheatham Foundation Scholarship Program typically open in December. Applicants are advised to check the foundation's official website for specific dates and deadlines.
Empowering Futures Through Education:
TRCF believes in the transformative power of education for long-term success. By offering scholarships to young cancer survivors facing financial challenges, the foundation strives to empower them to pursue their educational dreams and build a brighter future.