Family of Elks - Many Scholarship
& Grant Opportunities

The following are Scholarships and Grants - currently open or soon to open for application. Do you know someone who
qualifies and might be interested? Please pass this information on to them. 

Questions? Email or call (773) 755-4732. 

ENF Legacy
Awards – 300 up to $4,000 each

300 college
scholarships of up to $4,000 each to a child, grandchild or ward of an Elks member is offered through the Elks National Foundation.

Do you know a high school senior who is the child or grandchild of a current Elk member?
Please pass this information on to them.

ENF 2019 Most Valuable Student Scholarships ~ $2.44 M 

500 four-year Scholarships, ranging from $4,000 to $50,000,
awarded to the highest-rated applicants in the competition. This is offered
through the Elks National Foundation (ENF)

  • Male and female students compete separately

More information: 

300 $4,000 Emergency Educational Grants for Children of Deceased
or Totally Disabled Elks

New or renewal
applications should be filed between May 1st and October 31st. 

300 grants up to $4,000 for each year, for up to four years, for children of deceased or
totally disabled Elks who wish to obtain or further their college education.
The grant is offered through the Elks National Foundation and it is for one
year; however, the student may submit up to three annual renewal applications
for a total of four years of assistance.

Follow this
link for more information on the Emergency Educational Grants:

$500 - $2,000
CHEA Vocational Grant Award

Apply 3 to 6
months prior to the commencement of course.

$500 to $2,000
Vocational Grant Award is for one academic year, with an option to renew for
one additional academic year. This Grant is for a two-year or less
vocational/technical program culminating in a terminal Associate degree,
diploma or certificate, but less than a baccalaureate program (Bachelor’s

Examples of courses
are: 6 month Police
Academy, 13 month Cosmetology, 3 month Electrical Lineman, 13 month Veterinary
Technology, and 2 year Fire Science 

To apply:

20 – 30 $1,000 to $3,000 CHEA
Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

20-30 Undergraduate Scholarships of $1,000 to $3,000 each
for Students with Disabilities offered through California-Hawaii
Major Project, Inc.  Scholarship amount
offered is normally $1,000 for community colleges or vocational grats and $3,000 for four-year

Scholarship recipients may reapply each year. If qualified, students can
receive up to a total of four years of assistance.

information is available at:

5 $20,000 The
Gunther & Lee Weigle Medical School Scholarships:

Opens early

Five (5)
$20,000 Medical School Scholarships just for Elks Scholars pursuing a medical
degree or Osteopathic Medicine Decree.