The Magie Welby Foundation – Funding Grants and Scholarship

Address: 7 Needle Ct.
Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368
Phone: 314-330-6947 Email: Website:

Inspired by the life and memory of Maggie Welby, the Maggie Welby Foundation seeks to aid students (grades K-12) and families in financial need, in order to help fulfill the dreams and hopes that Maggie realized in every person she touched during her life.

How can Maggie’s Foundation Help?
The Maggie Welby Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity and your contributions are tax-deductible. The Maggie Welby Foundation was created to provide financial assistance for children in need, families in need, and organizations benefiting children.

The Maggie Welby Foundation offers grants for children and families that have a financial need for a particular purpose. Grants may extend to children and families in need of help with bills, athletic opportunities, medical needs, or an opportunity that a child would not otherwise have. All grants are awarded to the family, but are paid directly to the specific purpose for which the grant was applied. Organizations that directly benefit children can also receive grants on an annual need.

The Maggie Welby Foundation offers scholarships for children grades Kindergarten through twelfth grade. The scholarships are awarded annually to children who demonstrate a financial need, and complete the Maggie Welby Foundation Scholarship Application. Helping people in need was a very important part of Maggie’s life. These scholarships are an extension of Maggie’s love to help kids in need.

Scholarships Applicants interested in applying for a scholarship from The Maggie Welby Foundation must complete all sections of the online application including the essay. For younger students, parents or guardians are encouraged to complete the Scholarship Application on the applicant’s behalf. All information provided on this application is personal and confidential and will be used solely for the purposes of consideration for a scholarship. It will not be used in any other capacity.

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