2020 Scholarship Program
The Daisy Mountain Firefighters Charities Scholarship Program is funded solely from community donations, memberships, and generous and committed giving by our many partners and sponsors. We are very thankful for each and every one of these donors, as without them, we would be unable to offer this successful and impactful college assistance program. Many of our scholarships are what we refer to as “Named Scholarships,” meaning that a family has donated money to award in honor or memory of a loved one who has passed, frequently a first responder’s spouse or parents. Other scholarships may be sponsored by a local business, and lastly, the majority of scholarships are DMFFC Scholarships coming from money raised throughout the year through memberships and other fundraisers promoted by our local community partners.
Scholarship may be awarded for eligible person wishing to pursue a course of study beyond high school as an undergraduate student. Awards are not available for those seeking a post-graduate college degree (Master’s Degree). Eligible programs include but are not limited to: Accredited colleges and universities, and Post-secondary trade schools. The DMFFC scholarship awards are one-time and funds are issued directly to the attending institution or trade school for tuition, books, fees, and/or housing.
For the Boulder Creek High School Scholarship, you MUST be a student in good standing at Boulder Creek High School. Applicants must also maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and provide documentation of community service hours. A written essay is to be completed, see application, and two (2) letters of recommendation.
For the Public Safety Scholarship, you MUST be the child (natural or adopted) of an active, retired or deceased public safety personnel within Maricopa County. Applicants must also maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and provide documentation of community service hours. A written essay is to be completed, see application, and two letters of recommendation.
Each scholarship is based on an academic year. For example, if you are going to be graduating high school or returning to school in Fall 2020 (academic year: 2020-21) and are interested in applying for a scholarship, you will need to apply for the DMFFC’s Scholarship Application Process which opens January 1, 2020 and closes April 15, 2020. Notifications of award/no award are made by the third week in May. Application Deadline: April 20, 2020. For questions or comments, please email email@example.com.