Space City Charities gave away its first scholarship in 2011, and since then has given away over $64,000 to students eager to further their education. We seek to provide financial assistance to students, encourage academic excellence, and to recognize achievements both in and out of school. Each year the charities staff works hard to fundraise and increase awareness of both scholarship availability and charity activities. It is only through these activities that we are able to continue to give back to students seeking to further their education. Each year we give away several types of scholarships. The description of the scholarships can be found below. All of the Space City Charities scholarships aim to empower students who are doing positive things in their school, with community efforts, and with their current (or future) careers.

 

 

Download the 2017 Scholarship Application!

 


 

The Verna Wolf Scholarship was established in 2011 to honor Verna Wolf. Learn more about Verna Wolf here. This scholarship seeks to recognize and help cultivate the talent of those in and around the Houston area.

4-year Scholarship: $10,000 awarded in $2,500 increments, next available in 2019.

This scholarship was established in 2016 to honor B.C. Buddy Holcombe. Read more about Buddy Holcombe here. This scholarship seeks to recognize and help cultivate the talent of those in and around the Houston area.

4-year Scholarship: $10,000 awarded in $2,500 increments. Next available in 2018.

This Scholarship was established in 2011 to recognize and help cultivate the talent of those in and around the Houston area. 4 available in 2017.

$2,500 each


Total Scholarships Awarded

2011 – 4 Scholarships Totaling      $ 5000
2012 – 8 Scholarships Totaling      $ 8,000
2013 – 14 Scholarships Totaling    $26,350
2014 – 7 Scholarships Totaling      $18,000
2015 – 9 Scholarships Totaling      $22,500
2016 – *To be Awarded in 2017    $20,000
                                                                                      
Total Scholarships Awarded     $79,850