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Scholarships for Minorities - #3 - Foundations

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Black & Tribal Americans can find money to go to college by checking out the colleges listed below and the Foundations that have money that is available for students. You can apply directly to the companies for more information.

State Farm Companies Foundation Scholarship

  • One State Farm Plaza
  • Bloomington, IL 61710
  • (309) 766-2039
  • The Scholarship ranges from $2,000 upward & is renewable.

United Negro College Fund, Inc.

  • 500 E. 62nd Street
  • New York, NY 10021

Washington Crossing Foundation - National Scholarship

  • P.O. Box 1976
  • Washington Crossing, PA 18977

Journalism/Photography - Gannett Foundation

  • Lincoln Tower
  • Rochester, NY 14604
  • (716)262-3315

Helen Miller Malloch Scholarship National

Federation of Press Women, Inc.

  • 1105 Main Street
  • P.O. Box 99
  • Blue Springs, MO 64015

NHABJ Natl. Assoc. of Black Journalist

  • P.O. Box 17212
  • Washington, DC 20041

National Newspaper Publishers Assoc.

  • c/o Louisville Defender
  • 1720 Dixie Highway
  • Louisville, KY 40210

National Press Photographer Assoc.

  • Box 1146
  • Durham, NC 27702

Scripps Howard Foundation Scholarship

  • PO Box 5380
  • Cincinnati, OH 425601

VFW Voice of Democracy Scholarship

  • Broadway at 34th Street
  • Kansas City, MO 64111
  • The award is based on National Competition and is from $1,000 - $18,000