The Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund exists to create stronger, more educated and more self-sufficient families.
ASPSF creates life-changing opportunities for impoverished single-parent families. By providing financial assistance and personal/professional development opportunities, ASPSF helps single parents complete a career-focused degree or skilled trade certification and secure employment at family-supporting wages so they can proudly support their family on their own without the need of public assistance.
Their achievement shapes the educational and career aspirations of the next generation. With access to education, the entire family begins to see opportunities where none seemed to exist before. ASPSF is helping to break the cycle of poverty, one family at a time.
• Adopt-A-Scholar: Support scholarships and professional development for a single-parent student for a semester ($1,000) or academic year ($3,000). Visit: ASPSF.org/Ways-to-Give.
• Endowed Scholarships: A meaningful way to provide the gift of education for generations to come. Starting level: $25,000. Call 479.927.1402.
• Support Your Profession: Strengthen the future of a specific career field. Give online: ASPSF.org/Ways-to-Give.
• Volunteer: Have you changed a life this week? Help ASPSF provide life-changing scholarships to thousands of single parents. Visit ASPSF.org/Volunteer.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
|Jay Barth, President|
|Tony Thomas, Vice President|
|Andrea Dobson, Treasurer|
|Sandra Valley-Bagley, Secretary|
|Veronica Alexander||David Crouch|
|Eric Anderson||Bobbie Ficklin|
|Betsy Baker||Spencer Kirkland|
|Sunshine Barlett||Adelene McClenny|
|Charlotte Bradley||Rocky Parson|
614 E. Emma Ave., Ste. 119
Springdale, AR 72764