Dollars for Scholars Membership
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We are looking to help high school seniors, community college students, and all first-generation and/or low-income college students in the United States with funding support.
Educational Partnerships to Impact Children, Inc. will apply monthly for grants, stipends, and gifts, and will make (real estate and financial) investments from which dividends are passed along to our members.
Membership funding will be able to be used for the individual needs of each student. We will provide students with four (4) consecutive years of assistance for the direct and indirect costs of education. This means that, in many cases, funds can be used for day-to-day expenses even if there are no unmet costs for tuition, room, and board.
Membership payouts will be made quarterly (plus 30 days) via Cash App. Financial and activity reports will be made to all members on a quarterly basis.
Memberships can be purchased with a one-time donation of $25 or a twelve-month donation of $36. The membership period is from March 2023 through December 2026.
Membership ends whenever the student completes their undergraduate studies or in December of 2026, whichever comes first. Members must provide documentation of planned college enrollment for Fall 2023 and each subsequent term to participate.
The Dollars for Scholars membership fee covers the entire program length and no additional funds are expected or required.
To become a member and get started, decide between the following plans:
Please note that we will not begin matching students to financial opportunities until the payment terms have been satisfied. This means that students on the $25 plan will begin in March of 2023 while students on the payment plan ($3 per month) will start in the December of 2023.
We will send an email with the instructions for the next steps in the process within three (3) business days of membership confirmation.
If you have any questions regarding the Dollars for Scholars program, please email us by using the form below: