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The Community Foundation of Wabash County offers a wide variety of post-secondary education scholarships to traditional, non-traditional, and graduate students. With nearly 70 different scholarship endowments created through the generosity of our donors, many students are eligible to apply.
Listed below are our scholarships. You can learn more about why they were created, who created them, who is eligible to apply, and by what criteria recipients are selected.
The Common Application opens December 1
After her untimely death in a car accident when she was 17, the family of Briannon Joelle Curless established a schol…Read More
In school, Casey Sparling was a hard working student, a three-sport athlete, and a guy with a terrific attitude. He w…Read More
Established by Gary A. Rice and Randall W. Rice to memorialize their parents, Dorothy and William, who were devoted m…Read More
George and Donna Russell wanted to make a difference for the future, so instead of investments for themselves, they…Read More
Gerold Faudree’s children established a scholarship in his name to honor his storied career as teacher and coac…Read More
The Richards were successful business people who owned the former Richards Tire Company on East Market Street in Waba…Read More
Family and friends of John Eckert established The John L. Eckert Memorial Scholarship Endowment to memorialize the li…Read More
Doug and Barbara Vawter established this scholarship in memory of Barbara’s parents, Marietta and Paul Sell. Th…Read More
Martha Ross Hood was born in Wabash in 1932. Her parents operated a jewelry store, where Martha helped as a child, bu…Read More
Martha Ross Hood grew up in the business world. Her parents ran a retail store, and when Martha took a year off from…Read More
When their Methodist Church building closed, the Hettmanspergers put the money from the sale of the church to work as…Read More
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