The John Lepping Memorial Scholarship

$5,000

May 01, 2020

Awards Available: 4

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Scholarship will be awarded to qualified youngsters seeking to further their education by attending college. The amount of the scholarship is up to $5,000. At least four scholarships will be awarded.

    To be eligible, students must have one or more disabilities, including, but not limited to physical conditions (spinal cord injury, loss of limb, birth defects, etc.) and psychological conditions (autism, post- traumatic stress etc.). Scholarship recipients must be able to provide proof of disability with letter of confirmation by a physician. Proof required after award notification. Do not submit with application. Applicant must be a US citizen residing in New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Mary Lepping
  • 9 Whispering Spring Drive
  • Millstone Twp., NJ 08510
  • lepfoundation@aol.com
  • 609-208-1699

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Frances D  on 2/16/2020 8:09:39 PM

We r grandparents of our grandaughter who lost both parents and has epilepsy we donot know where get help for college,she is honor roll student graduating this year....

Alexis Graybill  on 2/8/2020 12:21:06 PM

I want to apply for this scholarship because I have ptsd from watching my father die infront of me when I was 12 and I was also recently diagnosed with celiac disease.

Francesca D  on 1/9/2020 1:19:08 PM

What is your fax number to fax the application

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