Legacy of Life Essay Contest

Washington Regional Transplant Consortium is offering high school seniors in the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia and suburban Maryland the opportunity to receive scholarship money for college by writing an essay on organ, eye and tissue donation.


WRTC's Donor Family Council is sponsoring this special project of financial assistance to area college-bound students.

The scholarships are endowed from the Leslie Ebert Memorial Fund. The fund is in remembrance of Leslie Ebert, a young WRTC staff member who passed away in 2001, and in remembrance of all donors who have given the gift of life.

Participants must follow the rules and criteria to be eligible. Entries received after the deadline will NOT be considered.



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