SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2018-19
Our Scholarship application is now closed for the 18-19 season.
Giving a Voice to the Voiceless
Dedicated to making speech generation devices accessible to everyone. Their goal is to empower these individuals and allow them to participate, advocate, and break the stigma disabilities that currently exists.
Congratulations to our Scholarship Winners!
In 2016, Unlimited Care Board of Directors implemented a restricted fund focused on awarding one or more local high school senior(s) with a scholarship to further their education. The application, which is offered to all Cambria County school districts, requests a visual poem submission along with other requirements. Unlimited Care’s Board of Directors looks forward to offering the scholarship opportunity on an annual basis with hopes to assist, support, and celebrate community youth in their future, educational endeavors. We are so proud to announce our amazing, past winners:
Riley Allen, Greater Johnstown High School
Todd Neisner, Conemaugh Valley High School
Taylor Hoover, Cambria Heights High School
Mary Mognet, Forest Hills High School
Are you interested in making a tax-deductible gift to assist Unlimited Care in empowering people of all abilities?
All gifts, regardless of the amount, are important to Unlimited Care. Funds have been used in the recent past to support trips and workshops for our Consumer Activities Program, purchasing assistive technology, creation of new programs, and many other projects. If you wish to designate your gift for a specific purpose, please note when making your donation. Otherwise, your donation will be used where we have the most urgent need.
Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers is approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (C) (3) tax-exempt charitable organization and all donations may be tax deductible to the extent provided by law.
Unlimited Care is registered with the Pennsylvania Department of State Bureau of Charitable Organizations. To receive a copy of the official registration and financial information, please call 800-732-0999 within Pennsylvania or visit www.dos.state.pa.us.