About the Scholarship

The Helping Hands for Single Moms Scholarship Program is organized by the Helping Hands for Single Moms, an organization that helps financially weak single-moms in practicing a college program.

The Helping Hands for Single Moms Scholarship Program was founded to provide financial assistance to the single moms as well as provide them with educational services depending on their scholarship level.


How to Apply?

The materials required to apply for the Helping Hands for Single Moms Scholarship Program include:

  • A completed copy of the application, which can be found online on the official website of Helping Hands for Single Moms
  • The contact information of 2 references for the applicant
  • The applicant's self-written short-essay on their eligibility for the scholarship

The applications and supporting documents for the scholarship can be sent at any time of the year.


Scholarship Amount

The Helping Hands for Single Moms Scholarship Program provides monetary rewards amounting to $270 per month. 

Additionally, educational services are also provided to the winning individuals.


Deadline Information

The above-mentioned applications and other supporting documents for the scholarship can be sent at any time of the year.


Eligibility Criteria

The Helping Hands for Single Moms Scholarship Program requires the interested applicants to:

  • be a female U.S. citizen.
  • be a U.S. student enrolled in college (or, if a nursing student, be on a waiting list). It is recommended that students apply after completion of their first semester (of nine credits or more).
  • be legally single/divorced and cannot reside with a domestic partner.
  • attend nine or more credit hours per semester.
  • have a cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or higher if a resident of the Maricopa County area OR a grade point average of 2.5 or higher if a resident of the Tucson area.
  • have a low income.
  • have at least one child under the age of 11 living with her.
  • reside in Maricopa County/the Phoenix-Metro Valley OR the Tucson Metropolitan area (Arizona).

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