SJE Schools Foundation
The St. John-Endicott Schools' Foundation is a locally operated and supported, non-profit, tax-exempt scholarship foundation,operated by community volunteers. The Foundation raises scholarship money to assist current and past graduates of St. John-Endicott High School to reach for and achieve their educational goals.
The idea of a local scholarship foundation started with a small group of community people more than ten years ago. The idea began with a simple concept of looking for ways to support graduates achieve their educational dreams. We are proud to say this remains our focus today. To get things started, this group needed some assistance. The group looked to an organization called Dollars for Scholars to get the help they needed.
SJE Foundation Scholarship Information
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Dollars for Scholars
Affiliation with Dollars for Scholars also helps to maximize and leverage our local scholarships. A growing number of post-secondary institutions have formally become Collegiate Partners and have agreed not to reduce their grant aid when scholarships awarded through Dollars for Scholars chapters come to their campuses. Many of these institutions are also willing to match the scholarships we administer locally.
Dollars for Scholars provide the help needed to create our local endowments and processes that help us give in excess of $20,000 in scholarships per year to our graduates.
Endowments are controlled by the Board of Trustees made up of long-time residents of both Endicott and St. John communities. This board oversees all endowed scholarship funds, which are invested in conservative interest-bearing savings, bonds or they are managed by our partner foundation, Inland Northwest Community Foundation.
Inland Northwest Community Foundation Partnership
Inland Northwest Community Foundation has over 35 years of experience and is the largest philanthropic entity in the Inland Northwest. With $76 million in assets, the Foundation manages more than 374 funds for donors and nonprofit organizations. Since 1974, the community foundation has given over $45 million in grants and scholarships in the region to help create vibrant communities.
The Foundation's endowed assets are pooled in a portfolio specifically created for INWCF. The Foundation's Board of Directors, Finance/Investment Committee, professional staff and external investment consultant monitor the performance of the Consolidated Investment Fund on a monthly basis and oversee the Foundation's investment policy, including asset allocation.
Who can apply for scholarships
Continuing Education Application
How are scholarships awarded?
How can I help?
Another way to help is to share your time and energy to the Foundation. We invite your help with any of our fund-raising events throughout the year. Together, through the St. John-Endicott Schools' Foundation, we have an opportunity to invest in our greatest resource, our communities' youth. Together we really can make a difference.
Friends of the Foundation is a vehicle by which businesses, families and individuals can support the administration of the Foundation.
You can become a sustaining member of the Friends of the Foundation. Your name will be placed on an attractive plaque in the St. John high school gym. There is a one time set up fee and an annual participation charge. You will also be listed in our Annual Report as a Friend of the Foundation.
If you would like to have your name on a plaque, you need to complete a plaque form.
For details please contact Marlene Landers at P.O. Box 411, St. John, WA 99171 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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