Lutheran Community Foundation Scholarships

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  • Contact
  • Lutheran Community Foundation
  • Address
  • 625 Fourth Avenue South, Suite 1500
  • Email Address
  • Application Deadline
  • April 15, 2016
  • Number Of Awards
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  • Maximum Amount
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  • Scholarship Description
  • Since its founding in 1995, the Lutheran Community Foundation has built a proven track record of sound stewardship for gifts from thousands of donors, whose numbers grow every day. The Lutheran Community Foundation offers the following scholarships:

    - The Tulare County Lutheran Scholarship Program For Graduate & Professional Education (5/1 deadline)
    - The Tulare County Lutheran Scholarship Program For Undergraduates (5/1 deadline)
    - The St. Paul Lutheran Scholarship (4/15 deadline)
    - Norman Krueger American Legion Memorial Scholarship (4/15 deadline)
    - The Silverdale Lutheran Church Scholarship (5/1 deadline)
    - The Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church of North Minneapolis Scholarship (5/15 deadline)
    - The Lutheran Community Foundation Scholarship (5/15 deadline)

    Students who wish to apply to the scholarship program must complete an application. The application and required attachments will be available on our website in February of each year.

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