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ABOT Now Accepting Scholarship Applications for 2013-14 Academic Year

In Uncategorized on March 19, 2013 at 5:35 pm

The Allston Board of Trade (ABOT) is proud to announce that the Annual ABOT Scholarship Awards Program is now accepting applications for the upcoming school year. 

Each year the ABOT reviews and awards a small group of select applicants from Allston/Brighton with scholarships up to $1,000 each, based upon academic excellence,  leadership skills and need.  The Allston Board of Trade Annual Scholarship Awards are academic tuition scholarships open to all Allston and Brighton residents of one year or more, of any age, who are enrolled in an accredited educational institution of higher learning, college or vocational school.  Scholarship funds are generously provided by the Brian J. Honan 5K Road Race and with donations from our members.

The ABOT is proud of its scholarship recipients, and believes very strongly that supporting the education of our most motivated young people is a cornerstone of nurturing a healthy community.

All interested applicants are encouraged to download a copy of the application and submit it via email to allstonbot@gmail.com or by mail to:

Allston Board of Trade

PO Box 334

Allston, MA 02134

ABOT Academic Scholarship Application

BC Grant Opportunities Available

In Uncategorized on March 19, 2013 at 5:17 pm

Boston College has a number of significant grant opporunities available for the local community through the Allston Brighton/Boston College Community Fund. 

The mission of the Allston/Brighton-Boston College Community Fund is to support programs and services that are available to the people of Allston and Brighton. The Fund Committee seeks applications from organizations, associations, programs, or purposes based in Allston and Brighton. The Committee gives special consideration to the benefit of the potential award on the youth, senior citizens, and the needy in the Allston and Brighton neighborhoods. Beautification projects are also encouraged.

Please visit the Boston College Neighborhood Center home page for more information.