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The Paula Kovarick Segalman Family Scholarship Fund for ALS

$25,000

May 01, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Scholarship is awarded to one individual per year, up to $25,000. (award may not exceed tuition balance)

    - Students must have a minimum overall grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent)
    - Funds must be used for payment of tuition only (not including boarding, books or fees)
    - Funds may only be applied to schools within the Unites States
    - Payment will be made to an institution or corporation directly, and not to an individual
    - Students may re-apply each year, but priority will be given to first time applicants

    Eligibility

    - Applicant must have a parent or legal guardian currently battling ALS or who has passed away from the disease
    - Applicant must be a legal resident of Washington, D.C, Maryland or Virginia
    - Applicant must have an annual household income of less than $50,000
    - Applicant must attend or be accepted to school full-time (as defined by the educational institution) at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or not-for-profit vocational-technical school

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Tanyelle Gill
  • 7507 Standish Place
  • Rockville , MD 20855
  • TGill@ALSinfo.org
  • 240-238-9057

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Kato  on 10/26/2018 5:26:35 AM

I was diagnosed of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) 2013 in Parkland hospital, Dallas, i was given Rilutek (riluzole) to help my symptoms. In August 2014 my symptoms worsened, with no hope of a cure from my doctor and his medical team i looked out for an alternative treatment. I read on a website about Natural Herbal Gardens and their successful herbal treatment for ALS, i immediately contacted them via their website and purchased the ALS herbal remedy. I used the herbal remedy for 9 weeks, all my symptoms including difficulty walking, weakness in legs and arm, slurred speech etc miraculously disappeared, my speech is understandable now, its unbelievable, visit www. naturalherbalgardens. com. I had stopped working since i was diagnosed of ALS, i resumed working in 2016, I have control of my body ones again!

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