Scholarships

&

Grants

We take pride in our students as a community and encourage them to pursue their educational goals with the help of our scholarship programs.

The Island Association offers grant opportunities to other nonprofit community organizations and civic groups year round.  There is no granting cycle or deadline for applications. 

Scholarships

Freshman Year Scholarship

This award is specifically designed to help local high school graduates with educational expenses in their first year of continuing education.  The scholarship can be used for a variety of secondary educational options including Community, Technical College and University study.  The awards are offered annually to graduating seniors.  

Eligible students are mailed a Freshman Year Scholarship Application in April and may request an award of up to $1,000.00.  Scholarship awards are presented to recipients in early June.

Continuing Scholarship  

The Continuing Scholarship was created to help students with educational expenses after their freshman year.  Due to a generous donations the program was able to expand. 

Students may apply for an award of $2,000 for each academic year. Eligible Students are mailed a Continuing Scholarship Application in late June with awards given for the fall semester of that academic year. 

Grants

The Island Association offers grant opportunities to other nonprofit community organizations and civic groups year round.  There is no granting cycle or deadline for applications.   Click to download a PDF of the Island Association General Fund Grant Application.

If you would like to receive an Island Association General Fund Grant Application, have questions or require any assistance with your application, please send an email to: islandassociationinfo@gmail.com


Completed applications may be scanned and submitted as an attachment to the email address above or you may mail your completed application to:

Island Association Inc. P.O. Box 152 La Pointe, WI 54850. 

Fiscal Receiverships

On occasion the Island Association will accept applications from an organization acting as a fiscal agent for another entity or agree to act as a fiscal receiver for an organization enabling an entity to receive donations or grant funding.  Deciding to do so is up to the discretion of the Board of Directors and the project must fit within the Island Association's Mission.

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How do I apply?


Scholarship applications form can be downloaded here. Grant applications can be downloaded here. Submit your completed application by the deadline by either emailing to info@islandassociation.org or by mail at Island Association, P.O. Box 152, LaPointe, WI 54850




What if i miss the deadline?


Contact the Island Association by emailing at islandassociationinfo@gmail.com




How do I become a member?


Download our membership for here. Complete the form with your desired membership amount and mail to: The Island Association P.O. Box 152 LaPointe, WI 54850





Where our students and grant recipients come from.