After two years of presenting scholarship awards virtually, Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund President Craig Wallace attended the 2022 Circle K, Key Club and KIWIN’S District Conventions and presented 70 students with a scholarship from the CNH Children’s Fund.
Established by Past Governor Dr. Kenneth C. Forror in 1981, the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund scholarship program has grown in recent years due the generosity of our donors.
“It is with the untiring commitment and generous giving from our donors that make these scholarships possible and enable the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund to continue its mission of building a better future for children,” said Executive Director Jennifer Chaves.
“Our donors’ generosity allows these students to focus on their studies as they fulfill their quest for higher education, provides some financial relief for their families, and makes the dream of college a reality for some.”
In all, President Craig presented more than $119,000 in scholarships to well-deserving student leaders throughout the Cal-Nev-Ha District of Kiwanis International, including the prestigious Loretta Barksdale-McElwain Scholarship in the amount of $16,255.
To be considered for a scholarship from the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund, students must demonstrate exceptional leadership, service to their school and community, academic ability and have been active members of a Key Club, KIWIN’S club or Circle K club.
The Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund is pleased to announce our scholarship applications are now open for 2023 and invites all members of Circle K, as well as graduating seniors in KIWIN’S and Key Club, to apply for a scholarship from the CNH Children’s Fund.
Circle K members – Apply here for a scholarship
Key Club and KIWIN’S graduating seniors – Apply here for a scholarship