Edward J. McFadden Scholarships

The Edward J. McFadden Scholarship Fund was established by the Isabella Foundation, Inc., an affiliate of Isabella Geriatric Center, to benefit community youth. The Fund provides college scholarships in the range of $1,000 to $3,000 to outstanding students who reside in the greater Washington Heights-Inwood Community and have participated in voluntary community service.


Students must be current high school seniors who meet the following criteria:
- Live in the greater Washington Heights-Inwood community (above West 155th Street to the northern tip of Manhattan, river to river)
- Attend a school in New York City
- Plan to attend college full time
- Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Expect to graduate in the same year
- Have demonstrated a commitment to community service
- Fulfill the requirements of the application process

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