Listed below are all of the scholarships funded by Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley scholarship funds. Currently all of our scholarship funds support scholarships that are administered and awarded through other nonprofit organizations or educational institutions. We do not currently accept scholarship applications at the Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley.
You can click on the name of each scholarship to go to the fund page to learn more.
The Beautification of Front Royal Committee scholarship fund provides scholarships for students pursuing careers in horticulture, forestry, landscape architecture, and ecology.
Dr. Craig Zunka and JoEllen McNeal of Warren County, Virginia established this scholarship fund to assist graduating students of Warren County high schools with post-secondary education.
Named in honor of long-time Warren County supporter and a passionate advocate for women’s rights, the Elaine Bromfield Memorial Scholarship Fund is used by the Front Royal Women’s Resource Center. It is awarded to women in financial need for courage and determination to pursue educational training that will lead towards self-sufficiency.
Helping Hands Scholarship Fund was established several years ago to assist graduating students of Clarke County High School continue their education at a university or technical school.
This fund was created to honor, memorialize, and pay tribute to Winchester native David E. Owens, a US Marine who lost his life while serving in Iraq. The fund was created to provide scholarships for students at Lord Fairfax Community College with a selection emphasis on veterans and their children.
Created by Bruce and Donna Downing in memory of a dear friend and employee of the family, this fund provides financial assistance to college-bound African-American students graduating from Handley High School.
The Pamela McInnis Scholarship Fund was established in honor of the retired superintendent of Warren County Schools. It is awarded annually to a deserving Warren County high school student to pursue a non-traditional educational, training or certificate program. The scholarship is administered and awarded by the Blue Ridge Technical Center.
This local civic club has established this fund to annually recognize an outstanding athlete from Warren County Public Schools. The top female athlete award is named in honor of Heidi Moore and the top male athlete for John Marlow. Recipients shall have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in athletics in individual or team sports and have made a lasting contribution to their school and the FR-WC community.