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Making a difference for families in need

The SFM Foundation is a nonprofit that helps families affected by workplace injuries by providing scholarships to children of workers disabled or killed in work-related accidents. The financial burden of putting a student through college is real. Add a catastrophic injury into the mix and affording college is an even bigger challenge. We help education be more affordable for these students and their families by offering multi-year post-secondary scholarships.

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Scholarship application deadline

To be considered for a scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year, apply before March 31, 2021. Help spread the word to more deserving students!

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2021 Golfing for Scholarships

Mark your calendar for our Minnesota and Iowa golf tournaments on June 14 and June 28, 2021. We welcome you to take part in 2021 by sponsoring, coming out for a great day of golf, or both.

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The deadline is approaching for students to apply for a scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year. Read about eligibility and the application process on our website > https://www.sfmfoundation.com/apply/

Please consider supporting the SFM Foundation as you round out your year-end charitable giving. Your 100% tax-deductible contribution will go a long way to helping children affected by workplace accidents achieve their dreams of higher education.
https://www.sfmfoundation.com/ways-to-give/

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“Funding college these days is hard enough for kids, but when you add in the fact that a family member has been critically injured, it puts a whole new level of stress on people. Thank you for helping my college dreams come true.

Peter Lesch
SFM Foundation scholarship recipient