Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund Inc
Rating: 5 stars 33 33 reviews
5800 Monroe St Bldg F Sylvania OH 43560 USA
FUNDS ARE RAISED TO PROVIDE TUITION ASSISTANCE TO APPROXIMATELY 800 STUDENTS IN NORTHWEST OHIO, WORKING WITH THE CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND RECIPIENTS ARE SELECTED RANDOMLY AND AID IS NEED BASED STUDENTS MUST RESIDE IN LUCAS, WOOD, OR FULTON COUNTY
Funds are raised to provide tuition assistance to approximately 600 elementary students in northwest ohio, working with the childrens scholarship fund recipients are selected randomly and aid is need based. Students must reside in lucas, wood, or fulton county.
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What a great non-profit! We are soooo grateful for what they do to advance the opportunity for a better education for the kids in northwest Ohio! Simply the best!!!
Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund is an incredible organization helping so many children all over northwest Ohio. When I was younger, I attended a 2 catholic schools in the Toledo area and I personally knew a classmate and friend that benefited from NOSF's hard work and determination to give her a private education. I know I wouldn't be the person I am today without the lessons and values I leaned through my private education, and I know my friend feels the same. Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund is a great cause because it is working to give children the chance at the education they deserve to provide them a better future. My future is brighter because of the opportunities I had attending a private school, and when I have the financial stability, I am going to support Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund to give students the opportunities that I had.
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The only change I would make would be that more people know about the organization so more children could benefit from its services!
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