Christian Record Services, Inc., is pleased to invite qualified undergraduate students to apply for the Anne Lowe Scholarship. Last year, the organization awarded six-$1,000 scholarships; this year, it anticipates awarding four to six scholarships of $2,000, an increase from previous years.
“Since 1989, the Anne Lowe Scholarship has supported the educational goals of students who are legally blind. This ministry is humbled by the donor generosity that has allowed us to increase the award amount for the upcoming school year,” said Diane Thurber, president of Christian Record.
The Anne Lowe Scholarship is awarded annually to college students and is based on academic achievement, citizenship, and verification of blindness. The scholarship is distributed in two parts during the school year. Applications are due by April 15, 2021.
Tom Lowe established the scholarship in 1989 in the memory of his wife Anne, who loved education and Christian Record’s mission. Donors may contribute to this scholarship specifically or arrange to set up an endowment of their own by talking with the Director of Development at Christian Record by sending an email to DonorCare@ChristianRecord.org.
The Anne Lowe Scholarship application can be found at https://bit.ly/CRSBscholarship.
About Christian Record Services, Inc.
Christian Record Services, Inc. is an international ministry for people who are blind and currently has more than 18,000 members throughout the United States and in more than 70 countries around the world. To learn more, visit www.ChristianRecord.org, call (402) 488-0981, or connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn @CRSBfriends.