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The Dallas Foundation Dr. Don and Rose Marie Benton Scholarship

This scholarship was established by supporters of the Lovers Lane United Methodist Church in honor of Dr. Don and Mrs. Rose Marie Benton, longtime friends of the Trinity River Mission. The award amount varies with the fund's income, but can be as much as $1,500 per year per student. One to three scholarships are generally awarded. Funds may be used for tuition and fees.


Students or parents of students who have been affiliated with Trinity River Mission in Dallas, Texas are eligible to receive this award. Applicants must also be enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program in a regionally accredited college or university.

Scholarship is renewable for two years if the student maintains a specified grade point average and fulfills all reporting requirements as determined by the Scholarship Committee.

Applicant must be nominated by a member of the Scholarship Committee at Trinity River Mission. For more information, contact Ms. Dolores Sosa Green, Trinity River Mission, 1018 Gallagher, Dallas, Texas 75212.

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