The Family Scholarship Fund was established in 2013 to assuage the hardship of families affected by a workplace tragedy. This scholarship, available to spouses and children who have lost a loved one in a workplace incident, provides educational funding to minimize the financial impact of their loss and encourage continuing education. As safety professionals continue to make a greater impact, fewer people will experience such tragedies, but until then we need to step up. We encourage you to share this program with anyone you know who may benefit from it.
The Family Scholarship Fund is available to children and spouses of individuals who lost their lives in a workplace incident. Applicants will need to provide incident background and documentation for verification. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and must be completed online. Additionally, applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
The Foundation will review each application on an individual basis and will contact applicants with additional details or questions.
If you have any questions please contact the Foundation at email@example.com or +1 847 699.2929.
*The ASSP Foundation is grateful for the exceptional service of the men and women who serve in the US military. Thirteen scholarships in our academic program give priority to applicants with a military background. The Family Scholarship Fund criteria do not include military personnel lost.
"He showed me how to look at the world through the eyes of an artist. He made me a priority and set me up for success. So when he died, I made a conscious decision to continue to include him in my life. I’ve used the skills he taught me to express how I felt, and it made the hurt tangible and more approachable. Now I’m learning to help others unload the heavy weight of grief."
"I received a phone call that would forever change my life, my mother’s life, my brother’s life, my daughter’s life, and the lives of everyone who loved my dad. I try day-in and day-out to give my father a voice and help ensure this type of incident doesn’t happen to another person. I also want to build the best life possible for me and my 6-year-old daughter. Putting an emphasis on education is a great way to do that."