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If you would like to contribute in a way not listed above, including corporate matching funds, a stock transfer, a pledge paid over time, or if you would like to speak with a member of the Endowment Committee please contact the NC AWWA-WEA office at (919) 784-9030 or contact us online.
NC AWWA-WEA Safe Water General Endowment Fund » Donate OnlineThe NC Safewater Fund is the NC AWWA-WEA Endowment Program’s primary fund that all undesignated donations are applied toward. The NC Safewater Fund was created by the NC AWWA-WEA Board to serve as the primary funding mechanism that more broadly supports the objectives outlined above.
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Carol Bond Fund » Donate OnlineThe Carol Bond Fund is a Memorial Scholarship Fund which was created by the NC AWWA-WEA in cooperation with employees of the City of Raleigh, NC. This scholarship fund commemorates the late Carol Bond and her life-long devotion to environmental education.
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Crowder Construction Company Scholarship » Donate OnlineThe Crowder Construction Company Scholarship has been established for full-time students who have completed one full year of course work at an accredited college with a career goal of working in the field of Water and Wastewater Construction. Individual must have a desire to pursue a career in construction with a degree in a construction related program such as: construction management, construction science, construction technology, construction safety, engineering or architecture.
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Environmental Manufacturer's Representative Scholarship » Donate OnlineEstablished to promote the awareness of the essential role the Manufacturer’s Representative in the disciplines of water, wastewater, stormwater and reuse. A scholarship award to be made annually to an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Engineering in the water and/or wastewater field within the UNC School system. Applicants are required to show interest in the Manufacturer’s Representative role in our industry.
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Frank and Susan Stephenson Scholarship Fund » Donate OnlineThe purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to students who are studying engineering or science, with a concentration in Water and Environment, in an ABET accredited engineering/science curriculum at one of the UNC Campuses. The goal is to award and fund a scholarship to a qualifying student entering his/her freshman year, and continue that same scholarship annually through 4 years of undergraduate studies, as long as the student continue to qualify for the scholarship.
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GHD Clean Water Fund » Donate OnlineThe purpose of this Fund is to provide assistance to graduate students studying civil or environmental engineering with a concentration in water or wastewater. The intent is to fund a first year graduate student at a North Carolina university with an ABET-accredited engineering curriculum and continue the assistance through completion of graduate studies. GHD will endeavor to provide internship opportunities related to the student’s course of study at one of its offices during academic breaks.
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Lars Balck Fund » Donate OnlineA $1,000 award to a rising Junior studying engineering with a concentration in the Water Environment in an ABET accredited engineering curriculum at one of the UNC Campuses. Preference to Students who are members of the Student Chapter of AWWA or WEF. Student must be a US citizen and a resident of North Carolina.
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Les and Elaine Hall Water Environment Stewardship Fund » Donate OnlineThe purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to students who are studying engineering, with a concentration in the Water Environment, in an ABET accredited engineering curriculum at one of the UNC Campuses. The goal is to award a scholarship to a rising Junior and continue that scholarship annually through two years of graduate studies as long as the student continues to qualify for the scholarship.
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Raftelis Financial Consultants Scholarship » Donate OnlineThe purpose is to promote environmental sustainability in North Carolina and across the country by supporting financial and management excellence in the environmental disciplines of water, wastewater, stormwater and reuse by awarding a scholarship to an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in environmental management or related discipline.
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Raftelis Foundation Elementary Education Scholarship » Donate OnlineGeorge and Eva Raftelis established this fund to encourage awareness and understanding of environmental issues by promoting elementary education programs, reading and video materials and competitive awards to educators and elementary students about the value of clean water.
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Rivers & Associates Fund » Donate OnlineThis fund is for Civil and/or Environmental Engineering students focusing on water, wastewater, stormwater or reuse. Candidates must be rising Juniors in ABET accredited programs at any UNC Campus with a consistent 3.0 GPA, and must reside in one of 35 counties northeast of Warren, Franklin, Wake, Johnston, Wayne, Duplin, Pender and New Hanover. An essay on career goals to facilitate protection/ improvement of waters of North Carolina is an application requirement.
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