Jolly Green Merit Scholarship

 

We are pleased to announce the Air Rescue Association (ARA) and the That Others May Live Foundation (TOMLF) will continue the Jolly Green Legacy by awarding Merit Scholarships to children and grandchildren of United States Air Force Air Rescue personnel who plan to attend a trade school or college upon high school graduation.

These scholarships are named in honor of the Jolly Green Association (JGA), who    

Jolly Green Merit Scholarship Winner

initially donated the funds required to start this program.  The TOMLF and ARA team is proud to continue this honored tradition.

The Jolly Green Merit Scholarship is awarded annually for superior academic and extracurricular accomplishments, such as athletics, student government, and community service. Multiple scholarships are awarded each year to top candidates at amounts up to $3,500.00 per recipient. Previous applicants are eligible to apply each year.

Application Deadline: Saturday, April 30, 2022, at 5:00pm (PDT)

Winners will be notified mid-May 2022.

Have questions or need help?

Please email us at scholarships@thatothersmaylive.org

 

Good luck to all our USAF Rescue family students!​

Fallen Warriors Scholarship recipient, Carly, for That Others May Live Foundation

Children of
Fallen Warriors
Scholarship

 

A Promise for the Future

That Others May Live Foundation (TOMLF) ensures full financial assistance for post-secondary scholarships for every child who loses a parent while conducting a United States Air Force Combat Rescue operational or training mission. TOMLF guarantees the full cost of post-secondary education, including:  

  • Tuition and fees 
  • Room and board 
  • Books, tutoring, and supplies 
  • Computer and printer 
  • Transportation  
  • Personal allowances 

Our guaranteed scholarships are grants, not loans.  TOMLF Children of Fallen Warriors Scholarships can be used for private universities, state or community colleges, vocational/technical training, and career institutions. 

As of 2019, TOMLF has provided $237,253 in scholarship funds through the Children of Fallen Warriors Scholarship Program. 

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