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Illinois Currency Exchange Charitable Foundation Scholarship

The Illinois Currency Exchange Charitable Foundation, NFP (ICECF), believes education is the key to America’s future, and these scholarships will help unlock brighter futures for deserving and dedicated students. ICECF will award a minimum cash grant of $3,000 for the freshman year of study to at least one outstanding college-bound high school senior, using leadership skills in both school and local community and academic achievement as the criteria to identify winners.


Your application must be postmarked by April 30th. Incomplete applications will not be considered. You must include your essay, high school transcript, two letters of recommendation and a brief summary from the community organization detailing your community involvement. If you need more space, you may attach separate sheets but be sure to include your name and address on each page.

For additional information about this award and to obtain application documents, please visit our website.

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