About Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation Scholarships
Each year, the Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation provides financial assistance to deserving students with financial need in Haddonfield and nearby communities who are planning to further their education in a university, college, vocational or other setting.
Particular consideration is given to students who demonstrate an understanding of the Mission of Rotary International: providing service to others, promoting high ethical standards and advancing world understanding, good will and peace.
Application forms for 2024 are due by March 15, 2024. 
For more information, contact the Foundation Chair, Denise C. Stuart at denisecstuart@gmail.com.
The Scholarships and Applications:
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation will award Academic/Arts/Vocational Scholarships up to $2,000 for high school seniors in 2024.  In addition to these general scholarships, scholarships may be awarded to students who plan on majoring in one of the areas highlighted in the restricted scholarships listed below.  Be sure to list your major and the name of the educational institution on the application. PLEASE NOTE: Students are required to send a copy of their tuition statement, as awards are mailed directly to the institution. Scholarship recipients are required to attend the Rotary Scholarship Dinner on Wednesday, May 29, 2024 at Tavistock Country Club.
Academic Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, academic achievement, recommendations, evidence of motivation, character, ability, work experience, community service and the required essay. Download an application
Restricted Scholarships must fulfill the criteria outlined in the Academic Scholarship description as well as those defined in the restricted scholarships descriptions below.
Margaret Bancroft Scholarship for students planning a career working with people with disabilities.  These include special education teacher, physical, or speech therapist.  These funds were donated by the Bancroft Organization and Rotarian Kathy Ross. Download an application
William H. Bromley Scholarship was established by his family in memory of Dr. William Bromley Sr. for students planning to become a medical doctor, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine or a chiropractor. Download an application

Robert M. Oberholzer Scholarship was established by Bob himself for Camden City students pursuing higher education or vocational training. Download an application for an Academic Scholarship or a Vocational Scholarship.
Bill Wallner Scholarship is for student athletes who demonstrate a commitment to improving the lives of others. Haddonfield Rotarian Bill Wallner had a passion for athletics and physical fitness, especially weightlifting. He won the gold medal in the Empire State Games in Syracuse, New York; a bronze medal in the Pan Am games in Toronto, Canada; and made the USA Masters Weightlifting team, competing in the Weightlifting World Championships in Europe. He was a generous humanitarian who loved to volunteer. Download an application
Vocational Fund is used for students pursuing a vocational career.  Download an application
Arts Scholarships are awarded based on achievement in the arts and the required essay. An audition may be required. Download an application 
Joe Baltake Scholarship for the Written Arts was established in his memory by his wife Susan.  This fund is for a student planning to study/major in any field of writing including journalism, English, theater, film, poetry or any written communications field. Download an application 
Judith Bean Scholarship was established by the Bean Family and is ONLY for students majoring in piano. Download an application 
The Alice Downs Scholarship for Young Violinists, The Alice Downs Scholarship for Young Violinists – a two-week day camp at Bryn Mawr College with a faculty headed by members of The Philadelphia Orchestra. Open to residents of Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties ages 13 to 19. Funded by The Gumnut Group LLC, the scholarship is valued at $2,950. Deadline to apply is April 15, 2024. Click here for more information and application.

More About Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation
The Rotary Club of Haddonfield Foundation is incorporated as a 501(C)(3) New Jersey nonprofit corporation, operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.  Accordingly, donations are tax deductible.
The Foundation is structured to accept financial contributions in a variety of forms, including cash and stock.  Awards can be established in honor or, or in memory of a named person or cause.
Since making its first award in 2002, the Foundation has awarded more than 134 scholarships with a total value of over $250,000.