1,000 Dreams Scholarship


April 01, 2020

Awards Available: 5

  • Scholarship Description
  • The 1,000 Dreams Scholarship provides one-time educational assistance for currently enrolled high school or college-aged anywhere in the United States. Awards amounts vary up to $1,000. This scholarship is not for tuition, but rather expenses beyond the classroom and can include assistance for needs including but not exclusive to: educational conferences, instructional programs related to creative or artistic pursuits, graduate exam application fees, or textbooks. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1055 Broadway Blvd., Suite 130
  • Kansas City, MO 64105
  • programs@1000dreamsfund.org
  • tel: 816-842-0944
  • fax: 816-842-8079

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Vanessa P  on 1/24/2020 11:20:09 AM

I am currently a freshman in college. I haven't apply for this scholarship but I have a dream to be a nurse helping other that need the hand. If I get this scholarship I can help my parents pay for my school and take some of the stress of there shoulder. my parents have a lot of bill to pay of and still support 5 kids at home. this scholarships will do a big different.

Lizie L  on 1/23/2020 11:40:35 PM

No I have not applied for this scholarship.

Marissa E  on 1/22/2020 8:31:33 AM

I am a senior in in high school will be graduating in June 2020. I want to go to college take half the burden of my mothers hand of taking care of 2 girls on her own with no job but a check that she gets for disability. i want to pursue into becoming a cardiologist.

Brittanie T  on 1/22/2020 8:03:47 AM

I am currently enrolling into college to become a nurse. I went to college over ten years ago and didn't finish due to my circumstances. I am now a single mom and want to make a more stable financial future for my family. I currently work in the ER in my city and I am completely inspired to continue to help people especially in their time of need. I am in need of this scholarship because I need books and a laptop for school, I want to make sure that I am well prepared and focused, so that I can complete school and become a role model for my children

Amarria Brown  on 1/20/2020 4:34:44 PM

I'm currently a sophomore in high school, and i'll be graduating June, 2022. I'm applying for this scholarship in hopes of getting a jumpstart on college expenses.

DEMARCUS MCGILBERRY  on 1/20/2020 8:46:04 AM

I will be graduating in May 2020. I am applying for this scholarship because I want to take any burden off my mother due to me going to college. My mother have been raising my 2 brothers and me. I want to be able to take any burdens off of her.

Eryn B  on 1/15/2020 9:46:18 AM

Can I apply for this as a junior in High school?

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