ProNet International Gifts & Scholarships, 501c3
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Location: ProNet International Gifts & Scholarships, 501c3 410 Sovereign Ct Unit 8 Ballwin MO 63011 USA
Results: We have awarded $20,000 in scholarships to extremely bright, talented military veterans, family members, and youth within the community. We are building our social network and in planning for our second fundraiser of 2012.
Geographic areas served: National
Programs: Our primary purpose is to provide veterans and/or their families financial aid to assist them in obtaining professional and/or academic degrees or other educational/athletic scholarships.
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I've been a board member of this wonderful organization for the last 8 months. It has been sobering at times to read the amount of scholarship applications we get in the mail almost everyday. The need for financial help for military veterans, their spouses and children while in pursuit of college degrees is GREAT! As prior military myself and also a college student, I am fortunate to attend a college I can afford on my own without high loans. Examples of applications we recieve are many military veterans who go to school full time with 3.5 GPA's or higher that put 200% of themselves into college but their military benefits do not cover tuition, books, fees, their family's housing, food and daycare! We must invest in military veterans, who in many cases have sacrificed so much to serve as volunteers to defend our country. 100% of all funds we receive go straight to military veterans in the form of payments directly to their colleges and universities. We are an all volunteer Board of Directors and work very hard to support these veterans in any way we can in pursuing their higher education. Please help us support the next "Greatest Generation."
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