Scholarship Board seeks donations
The Morgan Scholarship Board, an entity of the Morgan Education Foundation, would like to invite you to participate in the Local Scholarship Program. This program provides scholarships to Morgan High School seniors who desire to further their education but have not received substantial assistance from a college, university or technical school. Generous donations from individuals and families in our community, local businesses, and combined with the efforts of the Morgan Scholarship Board, provided scholarships to 101 well deserving students last year.
Our graduating class sizes continue to grow as does our need for community support. Your donation of any amount would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to sponsor a full scholarship of $500 up to $3000, you will be able to name your scholarship. You may review student applications and make recommendations as to who might receive your scholarship. Donations under $500 will be combined into a General Scholarship. All donations are tax-deductible through the Morgan Education Foundation, a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
We invite you to attend our annual Scholarship Awards Night on May 20, 2024, at 7 p.m. in the MHS auditorium. Those who sponsor a full scholarship are encouraged to personally award their recipient during the awards ceremony. If you cannot or prefer not to attend, we will have a Scholarship Board member present your scholarship on your behalf.
We hope to receive scholarship donations by March 15, 2024. Donations can be made to:
Morgan Education Foundation Venmo Scholarship Board@morganeducationfoundation 67 North 200 East OR Please note name of scholarship in memo Morgan, UT 84050.
Thank you in advance for your support. If you have any further questions please contact Michele Wilkinson (801 829-8298), Amber Farmer (801-814-3315), the MHS counseling center (801-829-3418) or email [email protected]
We believe your investment in our youth will greatly enhance the individual students, as well as our community.
The Morgan High School