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The PreJax Foundation Scholarship for Kids of MS

$1,000

April 30, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The PreJax Foundation awards scholarships to students who either have been definitively diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) or have a parent with MS. Scholarships are awarded based on an applicant's academic excellence, school activities, leadership, and community service.

    Applicants must be current high school seniors, high school graduates, or current undergraduate students planning to, or currently enrolled in an accredited, post-secondary school and working towards a first-time degree and must be a United States citizen or a legal resident of one of the US territories. To qualify, you must enroll in at least 12 credit hours per semester towards a first-time degree, certificate, or license. Applicants must write a 500-word essay explaining how MS has impacted their, or their parents' lives. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1741 Travertine Terrace
  • Sanford, FL 32771
  • info@theprejaxfoundation.com
  • 407-734-3114

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Brandon R Bowen  on 6/21/2019 4:08:41 PM

I applied for this scholarship but have not heard any news. Have the recipient(s) been announced?

Anias K Saunders  on 5/2/2019 1:05:06 PM

I have not applied yet...I will submit my essay soon.

SS  on 8/29/2018 6:48:10 PM

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in October 2011, at the age of 55. I woke up one morning with numbness in my lower back and legs, I couldn't feel my feet touching the floor. I saw my doctor and had an MRI to see if I had a disc problem, it was negative and she told me she feared MS. I was sent to a neurologist, had two more MRIs, and was told that night that I have four lesions on my spine MS. I tried every shots available but nothing worked. In 2015, my neurologist and I decided to go with natural treatment and was introduced to Natural Herbal Gardens natural organic MS Herbal formula, i had a total decline of symptoms with this treatment, the numbness, terrible back pains, stiffness, body weakness, double vision, depression and others has subsided. Visit Natural Herbal Gardens official website ww w. naturalherbalgardens. com. This treatment is a breakthrough for all suffering from Multiple sclerosis, i am strong again!

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