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The Kokopax mission has always been to educate and inform responsible parenting choices. Since the creation of Kokopax, we have prided ourselves as a news source for parents written by parents. In the spirit of continued education we have created the Kokopax Annual Scholarship to help prospective parents. All parents started off as students. Great education starts early and with our Annual Scholarship we hope to inspire parents to share their ideas of what they think responsible parenting is all about.
The Lotus Light Charity Society’s annual scholarship program has recognized some of our brightest and most community-conscious students since 1993. The scholarship recipients had been achieved excellency in academic performance and at the same time actively involved in community volunteer programs in local, national, or international level. Every year, hundreds of bright students across Canada apply to this prestige charity scholarship.
The LOUD Foundation invests in future leaders of the Canadian LGBTQ community. We believe that by supporting the development of students who possess drive, vision, compassion and knowledge, we can improve society and increase awareness of our diverse community. LOUD stands for Leadership, Opportunity, Unity and Diversity. The LOUD Foundation is an initiative of LOUD Business (aka the Gay & Lesbian Business Association of BC).
Mills Memorial Hospital Auxiliary was established in 1947 and is a volunteer non profit society. They operate the MMH thrift shop in Terrace and the gift store located in the hospital. The auxiliary buys items for the hospital and gives bursaries yearly to local studens who are entering or continuing their studies or taining in a human health field who are planning to practice their profession in the local area. Ten $1000.00 bursaries are awarded yearly. Application forms can be picked up at: NWCC, MMH Thrift Shop and Gift Shop. Please refer to the application for more details. Deadline is December 31st, (There is no website)
“My Passion, My Path” is our annual scholarship, which seeks to reward those who have chosen to create their own journey and/or career centred around something they are passionate about. The purpose of our scholarship is to reward those who have chosen to chase after their passion and gain intrinsic motivation from an endeavour.
My Soccer HQ is providing the latest information on soccer and reviewing the related product. We help soccer fans find all information and reviews about soccer. We recognize the power of the written words online and offline and want to help the creative minds exhibit their abilities in this area. We have created the My Soccer HQ Scholarship for Undergraduate or Postgraduate students with the passion of sports writing to receive $1000 award.
Nature Harmony Institute is a non-profit organization committed to promote, facilitate, and empower responsible stewardship of the earth. Our goal is to transform our communities into nurturing places, with less harmful chemicals in our atmosphere, water, and food. Nature Harmony Institute does this by offering educational workshops and seminars, community services, innovative research, and a student design challenge which focuses on bringing nature indoors in a sustainable and life-enhancing way.
The NIRS was founded to promote, encourage and advance the awareness, knowledge and appreciation of economic development in B.C., particularly in the northern area of the province. Through a donation to our Endowment Fund, the Institute provides two $500 scholarships for students enrolled in Business Administration, University Transfer (pre-Commerce and Sciences), Tourism and Entrepreneurial related programs. As funds are provided to help students continue their education, recipients must re-enrol in the Fall semester to redeem the award. Enrolment can be with any recognized institution. Instructors will submit nominations to the Financial Awards Committee for final selection.
Through a donation to the Endowment Fund, these two organizations annually provide a bursary of $500 for a full time student in the Culinary Arts program. Along with a bursary application form, applicants must provide a copy of their Food Safe Level One certificate, and a personal letter demonstrating their personal commitment to the Food Safe program. Selection is based primarily on financial need, demonstrated commitment to the Food Safe Level One Program and satisfactory academic performance.