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Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence Scholarships

$1,000

March 15, 2021

Awards Available: 30

  • Scholarship Description
  • Break the Silence against Domestic Violence recognizes and honors our angels who have lost their lives to domestic violence. High school and college students who have a minimum 2.0 GPA are encouraged to apply, and they must share how domestic violence has impacted their life. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 4010 Sorrento Valley
  • Bldg #400
  • San Diego, CA 92121
  • info@breakthesilencedv.org
  • 855-287-1777

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Teaun,P  on 10/7/2020 4:52:07 AM

Domestic abuse hit such a big area for me. I grow up watching my mother go through so much with men. It left such a deep scar on my mother and myself. With me being the oldest I had to be her rock at such a young age. after a while it becomes a life style of pain and healing. I know i can give this scholarship my all if giving the chance.

Susana C.  on 10/5/2020 7:47:10 PM

Due to my experience I am now disabled not able to return to my nursing career of 20yrs. Need to go back to school and have no funds to start over.

A'onne D  on 10/3/2020 12:39:00 AM

Yes I applied for this scholarship because I have experienced this in a part in my life, and I feel as if someone should ever go through this at all.

Isabella Morales  on 9/24/2020 7:41:38 AM

As someone who had endured domestic abuse through the majority of my education, this scholarship would suit me not only to help me further my education, but so i may afford to leave the state with my mother, to keep us both safe.

Kayla G  on 9/17/2020 3:46:22 PM

Domestic violence has consumed my life for the past year and finally being free of it I feel that this scholarship would be a perfection option for me.

Joshua Avery  on 8/14/2020 9:27:04 AM

For domestic violence, i have gone through my fair spare of emotional abuse. I feel like this scholarship would best suit for me for that reason.

Zara S.  on 6/23/2020 4:33:21 PM

Hi, I'm very interested in applying for this scholarship.

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