For more than 40 years, the Hospital Central Services, Inc. Education Fund has demonstrated HCSC’s commitment to promoting quality education programs for the residents of Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey.
– Starting in 2023, all non-profit organizations requesting financial support are asked to complete a grant application form. Forms must be submitted to the HCS, Inc. Education Fund Committee at:
HCS, Inc. Education Fund Public Relations Office Hospital Central Services 2171 28th Street S.W. Allentown, PA 18103
– Applications must be received between September 1 and November 1 of each year. – Organizations must reside in our service area (Eastern PA & Western NJ). – Grant monies must be utilized towards educational initiatives and at the local level.
HCS, Inc. Grant Timeline
– All applications must be received in writing no later than November 1 of each year. – HCS, Inc. Education Fund Committee meets annually in December. – Organizations awarded grants are notified in December. – The Education Fund Committee chair provides a report at the HCS, Inc. Board Meeting in January. – Education Fund grants are dispersed in February/March.
If you have any questions regarding the HCS, Inc. Education Fund, contact us at email@example.com.
MKBC High School Hero Blood Donor Recruitment Scholarship
It has never been easier for students and high schools to supplement their scholarship funds – while educating, engaging and exciting student volunteers about community involvement and supporting the constant need for blood in their communities. The High School Hero Donor Recruitment Scholarship is designed to encourage and reward high school Blood Drive coordinators and/or sponsoring high schools for their efforts in stimulating interest and increasing the available blood supply within the Pennsylvania and New Jersey counties served by Miller-Keystone Blood Center.
By hosting one or more Blood Drives and collecting a minimum of 50 points during the school year, participating schools are guaranteed a scholarship award! Through our Community Blood Drive program, your school and students can help bolster the regional blood supply and save lives in their community, while at the same time create new educational opportunities for the schools and their students.
The Bill & Jacqueline Younger Volunteer Scholarship is named in honor of two of MKBC’s most dedicated service volunteers. The award acknowledges outstanding student participation at MKBC donor centers or drives in which the students act as service volunteers (canteen attendants, etc). Presented to a graduating high school senior, this scholarship recognizes the importance of student volunteerism to the health and welfare of our community!