FACT scholarships are offered in four categories: (1) for current
high school seniors: (2) for persons who graduated from high school four or more years ago and now plan to go to a university or college; (3) for students currently enrolled in a college or university, and (4) for trade or technical school aspirants.
Scholarships range in size from $2,500 to $10,000.
DEADLINE FOR FILING IS
Applications will be reviewed and Scholarships awarded in May, 2015.
Members of FACT, their children and grandchildren are eligible to apply.
Application forms for
may be downloaded by clicking below:
Or you may call:
by a FACT member is eligible to apply for a Classroom Grant of between $100 and $2,500. The purpose of this Grant
Program is to support worthy classroom projects for which funds may not be readily
available somewhere else ... to improve the teachers' ability to teach and the students' opportunity to learn.
from playground renewal to a cultural endeavor -- will be seriously considered if you believe it will benefit some or all
of your neighbors.
Community & Classroom Grants range from
$100 to $2,500.
Applications are reviewed, and grants awarded, quarterly.
SMALL BUSINESS RECOVERY
FACT's Small Business Recovery (SBR) Program was developed to provide financial assistance to small businesses that have been adversely affected by a sudden problem which is beyond their own control. Severe weather events, prolonged loss of a necessary utility, road construction which makes access difficult for customers ... all are examples of the situations covered.
The goal is to provide $250 in immediate aid to applicants
who qualify ... without a lot of paperwork or red tape.
Although a small amount, it can sometimes be enough to hold
off bankruptcy or to pay the
one bill that threatens to push
a business over the edge.
For more information,
The goal is to help with your basic needs during those trying days which immediately follow a
+ or other disastrous event, including acts of terrorism
Up to $250 may be paid without proof of loss ... no forms to complete, no need to stand in a long line.
The Disaster Aid Program is not
insurance. Payments are charitable in nature, disbursed at the discretion
of the Disaster Aid Committee and as funds allow.