Scholarship Applications Due February 15th
Over $200,000 available in student scholarships from the Foundation's 34 scholarship funds for the 2024-2025 school year. Eligible scholarship applicants include graduating high school seniors, current college students and non-traditional students.
Scholarships range from $250-$10,000 and meet a wide variety of educational needs.
Applications due February 15!
Over $200,000 in student scholarships availableNovember 30, 2023
SALINA, Kan.—The Greater Salina Community Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2024-2025 school year.
This year more than $200,000 will be distributed to area students through the foundation’s 34 scholarship funds. Eligible scholarship applicants include graduating high school seniors, current college students and non-traditional students.
News ReleaseOctober 9, 2023
SALINA, Kan.— The Greater Salina Community Foundation recently awarded over $70,000 to 14 charitable projects and organizations through its competitive summer grant cycle.
This year's grant recipients include funding towards increasing child care capacity, improving access to food assistance, youth programs and helping give people second chances through various social service initiatives.
Donna Vanier loved people and she loved the people of Salina. It was home.
When Donna passed away, she left a gift in her will to the community foundation to create a permanent fund that will forever support the causes that were near and dear to her heart.
Harry and Sara Huber
During their lifetimes, founding donors Harry and Sara Huber established a Fund for the Future at the Greater Salina Community Foundation.
Their legacy will live on forever supporting the charities closest to their hearts.
Alice and Archie Riggs
When Alice's last class of students graduated in May 2018, the Riggs decided to do something special to give back to the Ell-Saline community.
They established the Alice A. Riggs Ell-Saline K-State Scholarship at the Greater Salina Community Foundation, which is awarded annually to a graduating Ell-Saline senior who plans to attend Kansas State University in Manhattan.