The Elaine Chapin Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

April 30, 2020

Awards Available: 5

  • Scholarship Description
  • Named in honor of Elaine Chapin, this scholarship will provide funds to support the post-secondary education of students impacted by multiple sclerosis, either directly or as a family member. Applicants must be citizens of the United States who plan to enroll or are enrolled in an undergraduate course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university, vocational, or technical school located in the United States. Applicants must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in coursework leading to a degree, license or certificate. For this year's scholarship awards, applicants must send their completed application, an official transcript of their most recent academic grades, a personal essay detailing how MS has affected your life (500 words maximum). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 33 Kassebaum Lane
  • Suite 103
  • Saint Louis, MO 63129
  • elainechapinfund@gmail.com
  • 314-225-7007

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Tina Perraud  on 3/22/2020 4:18:37 AM

After an MRI i was diagnosed of MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. After years on medications, symptoms worsened with tremors on my right hand, numbness and tingling, muscle weakness and loss of speech. Fortunately last year, i learnt about RICH HERBAL GARDENS and their Multiple Sclerosis alternative treatment (ww w. richherberbalgardens. com), the Multiple Sclerosis treatment made a great difference, most of my symptoms including tremors, weakness and others gradually disappeared. I improved greatly over the 4 months treatment, its been a year since the treatment, i have no symptoms. I have a very good quality of life and a great family!

Karol  on 10/4/2019 7:02:36 AM

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005, and I was a woman of 40. They put me on Rebif which I took until 2008 and was switched to Copaxone. I had two relapses on Rebif, none on Copaxone. I did notice my balance getting worse, and my memory, as well as muscle spasms.I was placed on Copaxone, it helped me but not very much. My neurologist advised me to try natural treatments and introduced me to Rich Herbal Garden Multiple Sclerosis Disease Herbal formula, I read alot of positive reviews from other patients who used the treatment and i immediately started on the treatment. I had great improvement and relief with this treatment, total decline of symptoms. Great improvement with my Vision problems, co-ordination, balance, muscle, mood etc, I gained back my life with this treatment and can never be thankful enough. Visit Rich Herbal Garden official website w ww .Richherbalgardens .c om I'm 52 now, and have never been healthier.

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