The Arizona Hemophilia Association provides information about educational scholarships when we are made aware of them. Each scholarship provider has specific requirements, be sure to read the requirements thoroughly. Please make sure to check back on each website for exact deadlines. Contact the funding source with any questions or concerns. Many have early deadlines, so apply as early as possible.
Amount: Three $1,000 Scholarships
Candidate: Any individual who has been diagnosed with hemophilia or other significant bleeding disorder. Any individual whose immediate family member is attached to the hemophilia/bleeding disorder community.
Contact: Hemophilia Federation of America Scholarship Committee
Amount: The number of scholarship awards vary and the scholarship amounts range from $3,000 – $6,000 annually.
Candidate: Applicants must be diagnosed with an inherited bleeding disorder.
Deadline: Information opens in December
Contact: Colburn-Keenan Foundation
PO Box 811 Enfield, CT 06083
Candidate: Open to individuals with a bleeding disorder (Hemophilia, vWD, or other factor deficiency), or be the sibling or the child of an affected individual. Candidate must live in Southern Arizona.
Contact: Cascade Foundation of Southern Arizona, Inc.
PO BOX 40397
Tucson, AZ 85717
Candidate: Students clinically diagnosed with hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease is eligible to apply.
Contact: The Eric Delson Memorial Scholarship Program
One Scholarship Way PO BOX 297, Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082
Amount: HFA awards scholarships to promising students in the bleeding disorders community. We provide 4 scholarships of $2,000-$4,000 in only three categories.
- Educational Scholarship
- Parent/Sibling/Child Educational Scholarship
- Medical/Healthcare Services Educational Scholarship
Contact: Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA)
Amount: Several $1,000 awards
Candidate: Individuals living with HIV/AIDS accepted or enrolled in college in the US
Contact: Joshua Gomes Memorial Scholarship Fund
Candidate: Person with hemophilia A or B. Must be a high school senior with aspirations of attending an institute of higher education (college, university or vocational-technical school), or a college student already pursuing a post-secondary education.
Contact: NHF / HANDI
Phone: (800) 42-HANDI
Amount: Six $1,500 scholarships
Candidate: Students diagnosed with hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease, and in the case of two of the scholarships, immediate family members may also apply. These scholarships are in memory of several amazing individuals who brought remarkable qualities and skills together in a way that truly touched the community they were dedicated to serving. Their efforts to make a difference in the lives of people with bleeding disorders will not be forgotten and shall be carried on with these scholarship opportunities.
Contact: Hemophilia Federation of America
Amount: Five $4,000 graduate scholarships and Ten $2,500 college scholarships, including vocational schools
Candidate: Students with hemophilia A or B. The program is open to high school seniors, students who have completed high school or an equivalent program (eg, graduate equivalency diploma [GED]), and students enrolled in junior college, college (undergraduate or graduate), or vocational school.
Contact: Pfizer Hemophilia Hotline
Candidate: Applicants must have a parent who is a scientist, doctor, nurse, pharmacists and/or bleeding disorder healthcare professionals who are part of the comprehensive care team, or have Hemophilia B or be a sibling of a person with Hemophilia B. Applicants must have applied to, been accepted at, an accredited college or university.
Award: Two $1,000 scholarships
Candidate: Applicants must attend an accredited technical school, college or university. Have a diagnosed bleeding disorder, OR be a parent, spouse, partner, child, or sibling of a person with a bleeding disorder. Have a GPA of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale and submit report card or transcript.
Award: One ($5,000, $2,500 & $1,000)
- Applicants are not required to be patients of FOSRX/FAST, but must have an eligible diagnosis (family members of diagnosed person are not eligible) and be a resident of the U.S.
- Applications will be reviewed by committee. Finalists will be required to submit a recent transcript and will be interviewed by the scholarship committee via phone interview. Recipients will be notified after final deliberations. Checks will immediately be sent out after all scholarship requirements have been met.
- All scholarship funds must be used for furthering the education of the recipients through a private or public college/university within the U.S.
- We are looking for applicants who are already accepted to a college/university, and who are willing and able to attend a community event with us as a representative of our scholarship program at some point during the upcoming school year. This is a new requirement this year, so please take note before proceeding.
Candidate: Students with severe hemophilia A
Contact: George D. McCoy Scholarship Committee
Hemophilia of North Carolina
Candidate: Be diagnosed with hemophilia B. Be a US citizen or legal US resident. Be entering or attending an accredited secondary education institution in the United States. Students who are pursuing or resuming a degree later in adulthood may apply even if there was a gap in their academic career.
Contact: International Scholarship & Tuition Services, Inc.
Amount: Eligible students can apply for one of five $4000 4-year college scholarships or ten $2500 community or vocational scholarships.
Candidate: People with hemophilia A, hemophilia A or B with inhibitors, congenital factor VII deficiency, congenital factor XIII deficiency, acquired hemophilia, and Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia
Contact: Novo Nordisk, Inc.