OUR MISSIONThe Scholarship Foundation of St. Joseph County was founded with the belief that education… (more)
SCHOLARSHIPSScholarship Foundation grants are open to St. Joseph County students planning… (more)
MAKE A DIFFERENCEYou can make a difference in the lives of talented young adults in our community by… (more)
WELCOME TO THE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTYWhether you are a St. Joseph County high school student in search of scholarship assistance, or a potential donor wanting to make a difference by helping local students achieve their educational dreams, you’ve come to the right place. We are the oldest and largest St. Joseph County organization dedicated solely to raising and awarding funds for college scholarships. Since our founding in 1958, we’ve awarded in excess of $4.5 million dollars in scholarship aid to local students attending four-year colleges and universities across the country. We are firm believers that education is the key to a brighter future for all of us. Our hope is that one day, with the community’s help, we will be able to achieve our mission- to ensure that every St. Joseph County high school student with the academic qualifications and desire to attend college will be given that opportunity. We hope you will join us in making that mission a reality. Comments about our Foundation from students and mentors.
Join us for a sparkling evening celebrating our long history of helping students through scholarships and mentors. We have been empowering the journey for local students since 1958 because we believe that education is the foundation for a positive future. … Continue reading
A new named scholarship has been established and will be awarded this spring. Mary Jane Stanley is one of our current directors. Mary Jane has been a board member since 1995.
The Scholarship Foundation has hit a 59 year high for scholarships awarded in a single year. For the 2017-2018 school year we awarded 135 scholarships for a total of $271,000. We are proud to be renewing 82 scholarships for returning upperclassmen … Continue reading