Each year, KJWC solicits recipients for our major fundraising project. In June, the charitable candidates are put to a vote and a community recipient is chosen. Secondary candidates may also receive funds based on our annual earnings budget.
We look for local organizations that contribute to the welfare of the community, be it not for profit social programs, history or preservation or specific community projects. All organizations are asked to complete a funding request application, which enables us to decide who we wish to support with our monetary gifts. If you are interested in an application for next year's charity, please complete this charitable application or contact our Charitable Chairwoman at email@example.com.
We also have a Scholarship Program that offers high school seniors from Kenosha County an opportunity to earn up to a $2,000 scholarship toward higher education. Depending on funds available, secondary scholarships may also be awarded for runner-up students. Applicants related to a person holding membership in GFWC-KJWC during the five years prior to application are not eligible for consideration.
Our scholarship criteria are as follows:
- Must be a Kenosha County Resident
- Must attend a Kenosha County School (public or private)
- Minimum GPA of 3.4
- Must be seeking a four year college degree
- Our selections will be based on a total person concept, i.e. academics, community service and leadership.
If you are interested in applying for our scholarship, please complete the KJWC Scholarship Application. Upon completing the application, please sign and mail the application along with your transcript to the address noted on the application. You may also email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to submit applications is April 25, 2015. Deadline for interviews is May 27, 2015.