Scholarships

Young caregivers face several challenges including financial insecurity as a result of time and money spent caring for their loved one with ALS. HLC hopes to combat some of these challenges by offering eight scholarships each year to support the continued education of children and young adults affected by ALS.


Susan B. Anderson Scholarship


Susan B. Anderson was a shining example of someone who lived a life for others. She was thought of by many as the most giving and thoughtful person they knew. She was also the mom of two amazing children who attended Camp HLC. As a teacher and volunteer, Susan dedicated her life to helping others. In August 2014, at 50 years old, Susan was diagnosed with ALS. She passed away just a year and a half later but kept her beautiful smile and selflessness throughout her traumatic journey.

This community service scholarship is open to students whose lives have been affected by ALS, and who have led an unselfish life, through volunteering and community service.

We start accepting applications in September. Please check back then.

Susan Anderson




Sara E. K. Cooper Scholarship

Sara Cooper was an entrepreneur, (chef, marketing professional, and realtor), the President of Cooper Creative Group, and a member of Christine's Hope for Kids, and Hope Loves Company Board of Directors. Sara loved animals, the color pink and her nephews Keel and Henry. Keel Cooper, age 12, passed away unexpectedly on June 21, 2020 - exactly one year before Sara lost her battle with ALS. This unique scholarship has been established in memory of both Sara and Keel. Both were deeply committed to animals and causes which encourage respect and inclusion while making the world a better place.

Their compassion, empathy, and determination to make everyone feel appreciated and special was paramount. With this scholarship, their lives will continue to bring kindness and comfort to children who love or have lost someone to ALS.

This community service scholarship is open to students whose lives have been affected by ALS and who have demonstrated strength of character through volunteering and community service.
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We start accepting applications in September. Please check back then.

Sara Cooper
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