Crystal Charitable Fund

$4,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Crystal Fund was established to support grants for an extended "away from home" cultural or educational experience that provide a skill, knowledge and/or personal value as a means of support.The Crystal Charitable Fund assists children and young adults with extreme financial need to:

    Break out of poverty so they can live comfortable, productive lives. Grow up to be examples to others and provide leadership in helping others do the same. Ultimately grow up to make a difference in bettering our world

    Scholarships are limited to Chicago area students ages 13 to 19 that are able to demonstrate extreme financial need and have a potential for providing leadership. To download the application and for further details, please visit the sponsor's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Director
  • 1049 Lake Street
  • Suite 204
  • Oak Park, IL 60301
  • crystal@oprfcf.org
  • tel: 708-848-1560
  • fax: 708-848-1531

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