The Amethyst Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
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PO Box 101138 San Antonio TX 78201 USA
The ASF mission is multilevel and multi-faceted. First and foremost the ASF will strive to elect to their Board of Directors, persons of integrity, civic minded individuals who hold only the best interest of GLBT students at heart. The ASF seeks to provide an avenue for GLBT students to achieve their educational goals. To involve Scholarship recipients in the ASF and its activities that will help provide assistance to other scholarship hopefuls. It is the goal of the ASF to become an example for other GLBT not for profit organizations and receive the respect of the community at large.
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