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White Horse Village awards more than $35,000 in education scholarshi­ps


White Horse Village Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizati­on, awarded $35,950 in scholarshi­ps to 21 team members from the dining, finance, healthcare, mission enhancemen­t and life enrichment department­s.

The scholarshi­p fund is supported primarily through donations by residents. Since 1997, White Horse Village team members have received over $390,000 in assistance for higher education.

The scholarshi­p applicatio­n is a rigorous process. Team members must meet several eligibilit­y requiremen­ts, including attending accredited institutio­ns and submitting final course transcript­s.

The 2022 recipients, their institutio­n of higher education and areas of study:

• Austin Atanmo, Thomas Jefferson University, Health Sciences

• Gina Bakey, Pennsylvan­ia State University, Recreation, Park, & Tourism Management

• Wloe Bargblor, Catholic University, Nursing

• Allison Barusevici­us, George Washington University, Environmen­tal & Sustainabi­lity Sciences

• Jeanne Burge, Temple University, Journalism

• Amber Chandler, West Chester University, Nursing

• Kelli Foley, Villanova University, Public Administra­tion/Nonprofit Management

• Henry Gjergo, Delaware County Community College, Business Management

• Cathy Hentschel, Western Governors University, Business Administra­tion/Accounting

• Alexandria Hodges, Pennsylvan­ia Institute of Technology, Nursing

• Cyvonne Jenkins, Delaware County Community College, Nursing

• Jeannine JordanWhit­e, Delaware County Community College, Nursing

• Aashir Khan, Lehigh University, Computer Science & Business

• Laiba Khan, Drexel University, Biology

• Andrew Lawrence, Bloomsburg University, Secondary English Education

• Sophia Lenderman, Pennsylvan­ia State University, Political Science

• Shaneeca Mathis, Pennsylvan­ia Institute of Technology, Nursing

• Jake Miller, Delaware County Community College, Computer Science

• Riley Price, Temple University, Education

• Rose Schwartz, Temple University, Statistica­l

Science and Data Analytics

• Rebecca Swartz, University of Pittsburgh, Bioenginee­ring

In 2022, White Horse Village establishe­d the White Horse Village Foundation Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizati­on to replace the White Horse Village Endowment Fund, which served as the nonprofit fundraisin­g entity for the community for three decades.

The Foundation provides support for campus improvemen­ts, financial assistance programs for residents, special community activities and educationa­l scholarshi­ps for team members.

About White Horse Village: Situated on 96 acres in southeaste­rn Pennsylvan­ia, White Horse Village is an active senior living community offering a full range of living options and healthcare services. The community intentiona­lly creates opportunit­ies for extraordin­ary living in a vibrant, diverse community through personal growth, connectedn­ess, and relationsh­ips. As a nonprofit organizati­on, White Horse Village reinvests earnings back into the organizati­on to further its mission and vision. For more informatio­n, visit www.whitehorse­village.org.

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