ANNOUNCING THE 2020 HOWARD J. BROWN SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
The Foundation is pleased to announce that the following Kenosha County high school seniors are the 2020 recipients of a Howard J. Brown Scholarship:
• Alexander Zanotti from Indian Trail High School
• Charlotte Martin from Tremper High School
For details on the 2020 Brown Scholarship recipients, click here.
FOUNDATION OFFICE REOPENS – BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
On Tuesday, May 26, the Community Foundation will reopen – by appointment only. We request that all visitors:
To make an appointment, contact us at 262-654-2412 or at email@example.com.
Also, continue to visit our online social media platforms on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn as well as here on our website for updates on upcoming scholarship and grant announcements and offerings.
Thank you for your patience and for continuing to do your part. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOW ACCEPTING – APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOUNDATION’S 2020 CROPLEY SCHOLARSHIPS
The Kenosha Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the Foundation’s Cropley Scholarship.
The Foundation invites Kenosha County residents who are currently attending a university, college or technical college in the state of Wisconsin to apply for the Cropley Scholarships. All academic majors are welcome to apply.
In addition to proof of Grade Point Average (GPA), such as a college transcript, all applicants must complete an application form that requests responses to the following three questions:
• How you are currently paying for your education?
• What you are studying at college/university and why?
• What do you want to do once you complete your academic studies?
2020 REACHING FOR RAINBOWS TO BE A VIRTUAL PRESENTATION
The Foundation’s Mary and Arthur F. Mahone Fund has moved the 2020 Reaching for Rainbows Pursuit of Excellence Gala to an on-line event – the date and time for event is to-be-determined.