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Offered by Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
The Prosperty Planning Scholarship fund was established to provide academic scholarships to graduating seniors attending a Northland School District who have demonstrated a strong work ethic both inside and outside the classroom. Eligible school districts include Excelsior Springs, Park Hill, Platte County, Smithville, North Kansas City, Kearney, Lawson, Liberty, Lathrop, and West Platte. While applicants must have maintained a 3.25 GPA throughout high school to apply, recipients of the scholarship can renew it for up to four years so long as they maintain a 2.5 GPA throughout college. To apply, students must submit a brief essay describing their work or volunteer experience and what they learned from the experience. If you’re a Northland School District high school senior and incoming college student, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The Greater Kansas City Community Foundation’s founders passed a hat in 1978, collecting $200 and some change. Thereafter, the Community Foundation grew from an extraordinary idea: Charitable giving should be the responsibility of many, not just a select few. Driven to improve the metropolitan area, the Community Foundation has become one of the largest and most entrepreneurial public charities of its kind. In the 1990s, their innovative spirit led them to become the first and only charity to receive, hold and, in 2000, sell a major league sports team – the Kansas City Royals. In 2004, they created Greater Horizons to serve those who wish to use their services under a national entity. Today, the Foundation's mission is to improve the quality of life in Greater Kansas City by increasing charitable giving, educating and connecting donors to community needs they care about, and leading on critical community issues.
In addition to meeting the below eligibility requirements, applicants must have attending a high school in one of the following Missouri school districts: Excelsior Springs, Park Hill, Platte County, Smithville, North Kansas City, Kearney, Lawson, Liberty, Lathrop, or West Platte.
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