Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund
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 Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund
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FUNDING:  

A. The largest donations come from on-post organizations such as the Fort Hood Area Thrift Shop and the Fort Hood Spouses’ Club. Military Associations, local businesses and civic organizations
are also very generous in their support.

B. Last year, approximately 98% of the donations were used for the scholarships; less than 2% was
used for administrative costs.

C. Donations must be received by  May 1, 2019 to be distributed in the same year. All donations received after this date will be applied to scholarships for the following year.

D. Awards are paid directly to the college or vocational school. Recipients of a full, four-year scholarship that covers room, board, tuition and books are not eligible for this scholarship and
must decline the scholarship award.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Completed applications must be mailed to FHAMFMSF and post-marked by March 4, 2019.


Thank you so much for your interest in helping Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund. 

At Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund, one person can make a big impact. We value and appreciate every donation and work hard to support many military children and spouses in furthering their education.  


Are you looking for an excellent way to support military families in the Fort Hood area? 

To inquire about donating:


Or mail your tax deductible donation to:

Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund
Post Office Box 5299
Fort Hood, Texas 76544
SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNTS:

A. Last year, scholarship awards for both academic and vocational institutions ranged from $500 to $3000. The size and number of scholarship awards are dependent upon the dollars donated to
the scholarship fund.

B. Last year, 33 high school students, college-age dependents and spouses were awarded a total of $26,250. The awardees were comprised of 32 high school students receiving a total of $23,250
and 1 spouse receiving a total of $3,000.