Finance Your Education

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HopeSource – Wenatchee

HopeSource moves people to self-sufficiency by providing access to education, employment, economic development, and vital services.
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HopeSource – Moses Lake

HopeSource moves people to self-sufficiency by providing access to education, employment, economic development, and vital services.
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HopeSource – Cle Elum

HopeSource moves people to self-sufficiency by providing access to education, employment, economic development, and vital services.
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HopeSource – Ellensburg

HopeSource moves people to self-sufficiency by providing access to education, employment, economic development, and vital services.
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RIREACH

We are peer professionals on a mission to help Rhode Islanders of all abilities, ages, and backgrounds get the support they need to thrive.
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Bethel Foundation Grace Scholarship

Grace Scholarship: This $3000 scholarship is to assist mom’s with either their tuition costs of their books and supplies. To qualify, you must be enrolled or in the process of enrolling in any institution of higher education.
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College Scholarships – Oklahoma

The state of Oklahoma has set up a website called OKcollegestart.org to disseminate information about Oklahoma’s colleges and the financial aid programs Oklahoma has designed to assist its students.
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Maine State Grant

Maine State Grant Program provides need-based grants to Maine undergraduate students of all ages.
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One Family

One Family offers two programs that directly serve families experiencing or at risk of homelessness: One Family Scholars provides coaching and scholarships to single parents in college, and Credential to Career Coaching helps parents enter careers with family-sustaining wages. One Family also helps connect families with local resources ranging from food assistance, childcare, domestic violence, and many other needs.
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Grants for Single Mothers

Single mothers should take pride in their decision to go back to school. This is but one of several steps toward building a better future for you and your kids. The next step is to examine your options.
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