The NCFDV Scholarship Program
The National Council on Family and Domestic Violence “Life is Sweet” college assistance program was established in 2013. The mission of the program is to provide financial assistance to individuals enrolled in a two/four year undergraduate program, and graduate program. The National Council on Domestic Violence principally targets two and four year academic programs; however, certificate/licensing programs including but not limited to fields such as paralegal training, IT, ultrasound techs, medical records personnel and nursing are also eligible
Assistance is based on financial need, academic performance, leadership potential, and participation programs including but not limited to volunteer hours. Scholarships are awarded and/ or renewed annually provided funds are available. In addition, the scholarship may be renewed provided the award recipient meets the conditions outlined below in Scholarship Renewal.
Scholarships will be issued between the months of January and September each year. Approval process may take up to 4 weeks before a payment is issued. Scholarships will be disbursed pending funding availability.
INVEST IN SOMEONE
We can’t do it alone. Our ability to assist victims comes directly from private donors. Your sponsorship will pay for a college application or scholarship application.
The National Council on Family and Domestic Violence (NCFDV) is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization founded by survivors, and created to empower families that have survived life’s perils of domestic violence.
Our current programming includes support services in the top leading twenty (20) states in the United States.