Aon Memorial Education Fund

In 2002, Aon established The Aon Memorial Education Fund to provide post-secondary educational financial assistance to the dependent children of the Aon employees who were killed in the World Trade Center attacks. Over the years, the contributions of Aon clients, associates and friends have helped to ensure that the Fund will be able to assist every eligible child in fulfilling their educational goals. To date, more than 50 students have realized their educational goals and have been given the opportunity to pursue their career interests.


For more information about this scholarship, please visit:

http://www.aon.com/usa/about-aon/aon-memorial-education-fund.jsp

To apply for assistance from the Aon Memorial Education Fund, please contact

Carolyn E. Labutka
Aon Memorial Education Fund
205 W. Wacker Dr., Suite 1400
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 578-8772

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