Third-Party Fundraisers

Third-party fundraisers are events or campaigns organized and managed by a business or individual in support of Scholarship America’s mission.

To assure that your fundraising event/campaign is both successful and in compliance with Scholarship America’s brand and legal requirements, we expect companies and individuals raising funds on our behalf to:

  • Have been in business a minimum of one year, and can demonstrate a high degree of integrity, a strong corporate reputation and a commitment to maintaining a high level of product/service quality.
  • Provide full disclosure language to the consumer regarding the benefit to Scholarship America when donations are raised through a consumer purchase on all packaging, advertising and promotional materials in clear and unambiguous terms (e.g., fundraising cap and/or minimum).
  • Guarantee a minimum donation of $10,000 per year.
  • Follow Scholarship America branding and graphic standards when using the Scholarship America name or logo.
  • Only use the Scholarship America name or logo within the geographic area that is stated in a written agreement (e.g., local usage vs. national usage).
  • Recognize Scholarship America as a “Charity Beneficiary” in all related promotional materials.
  • Prepare and sign a formal letter of agreement on company/business letterhead.
  • Submit fundraising event/campaign proposal to Scholarship America at a minimum of 30 days prior to event/campaign being hosted.

 

If you are interested in organizing a fundraiser in support of Scholarship America, contact partnerships@scholarshipamerica.org.

2014 Annual Report

In 2014, more than 125,000 students received over $236 million in scholarship support and assistance from Scholarship America – a record-breaking year for the nation's largest provider of private scholarships.

 

Visit our 2014 annual report to learn more about our successes, our students and our future.

The Dream Award

Dream Award Scholarship America’s Dream Award is a renewable scholarship fund targeted toward completion. These annually-increasing awards will be given to students selected from across the nation who are entering their second year of education beyond high school.

Success By Degrees

Scholarship America's blog, Success By Degrees, covers items of interest to parents, volunteers, educators and anyone interested in the big issues surrounding education, financial aid and postsecondary success. You'll find policy announcements, news releases and more, every week!

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