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Ivyane D.F. Davis Memorial Scholarship

The Ivyane D. F. Davis Memorial Scholarship fund was established by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware in June 1989 to provide scholarships for post-secondary education to Delaware residents who have been in foster care in the state of Delaware.



This scholarship fund addresses the particular financial needs of many children who have been in foster care and offers them the opportunity for higher education.

The fund awards several scholarships annually in honor of Mrs. Davis, who had a lifelong interest in the welfare of children.

Ivyane D. F. Davis Scholarships are administered by the State of Delaware and are awarded to recipients selected by the Child Placement Review Board of Delaware. Scholarships are renewable.

Eligibility:
- Be a resident of Delaware for at least a year before you apply
- Have been in foster care in Delaware
- Have applied to, been accepted by, or be attending an institution of higher education or a post-secondary vocational school

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