Monthly archive March, 2010
COTT (Committee Of Ten Thousand) is an independent , peer-led, grassroots non-profit organization. It is a support organization for persons with HIV and persons with hemophilia who contracted HIV/AIDS from tainted blood products. COTT’s Rachelr Warner Scholarship is for those with any bleeding disorder.  Through this scholarship COTT honors Rachel Warner who worked actively for the hemophilia community. The Rachel Warner Scholarship can be used from high school through graduate school. The scholarship is meant for students with hemophilia or any bleeding disorder. The fund awards $ 1,000 scholarships each recipients. The application is available at :  http://www.cott1.org/fullstory.html?id=50. The application packet must include: One page essay about you past and proposed plans One page letter from your teacher or instructor briefly describing you The complete application packet must reach the concerned authority on the following address: Committee of Ten Thousand 236 Massachusetts Ave. NE # 609 Washington , D.C. 20002-4971 (800) 488-2688 (202) 543-0988 tel (202) 543-6720 fax cott-dc@earthlink.net Application Deadline May 1, 2010

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Categories: General, Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
The Salvatore E. Quinci Foundation works to provide better quality of life for individuals and families directly or indirectly affected by Hemophilia, hepatitis C and HIV. Those students who have been diagnosed with Hemophilia or other bleeding disorders are the rightful candidates to try for this scholarship. Also you need to be currently enrolled in an accredited University, college, vocational/technical school. The application is available on : http://www.seqfoundation.org/index.php . The application packet must include: Letter from the hospital or treatment center confirming the diagnosis of hemophilia or other bleeding disorders. 1 page written statement on, Discuss your future educational and vocational/career goals and how you plan to use the scholarship money. Official transcript of high school or college grades. Two letters of recommendation, one letter should be from a teacher from whom you took a class. All these should be enclosed in a packet along with the application and send it to the following address no later than April 2, 2010 Salvatore E. Quinci Foundation Inc. 178 Florence Street Melrose, MA 02176

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
The Christopher Petkin Memorial Scholarship has been created by Hemophilia Foundation Of Southern California  in the memory of Chris Petkin  who was a health policy consultant, advocate, president of foundation and a leader in the hemophilia community. To apply for this scholarship one needs to be: The member of Hemophilia Community Men or women with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders Spouse, partners, parents, children and siblings of the person with hemophilia or other bleeding disorder Individuals living with hemophilia and HIV are encouraged to apply The complete application packet must include: Two letters of recommendation (teacher, guidance counselor, employer, doctor, nurse, social worker, friend of family, community leader) Current transcript Proof of enrollment in an educational or vocational institution The application and other necessary details are mentioned on the website: www.hemosocal.org. the application along with all the necessary document must reach by July 23, 2010 Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California 6720 Melrose Avenue Hollywood, CA 90038 Phone: (323) 525-0440 or 1-800-371-4123 E-mail: ofcmgr@hemosocal.org The recipients will receive scholarship money in varying amount ranging from $ 500-$1,000

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships