Stephanie Graham was a member of East Valley Women’s League, tragically lost to breast cancer last year. Stephanie worked hard all of her life, and had great success as a cosmetologist, flight attendant, wife, mother and philanthropist. She had great passion for EVWL and the projects we support, primarily Cinderella Affair and Homebound Women. With the support of her family and friends, Stephanie continued to diligently support these projects while facing treatments and illness. The “Over the Moon” Stephanie Graham Memorial Scholarship has been created in her honor as a way of providing assistance to that student who “just needs a chance” to take the next steps beyond high school to follow their educational dreams. The EVWL Scholarship Committee, in conjunction with the Graham Family, is looking for a female student of any age who exhibits service to the community, participation in extra-curricular activities, demonstrates financial need and has a minimum grade point average of 2.5.
The East Valley Women's League is proud to partner with ASU Foundation for a New American University and Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation in funding endowments that will help fund the needs of tomorrow's leaders.
The partnership of EVWL and the TUHSEF Board of Directors agree that post-secondary education is key to success for all students. The EVWL Scholarship Selection Committee is looking for a female student who exhibits service to the community, participation in extra-curricular activities, demonstrates financial need and is in the “academic middle” with a minimum grade point average of 2.5. One scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $4,000 for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The Emily Rosamond Bauer Scholarship is a gift from the family and friends of Emily Rosamond Bauer. EVWL contributes $2000 annually to this fund. This award is disbursed through the ASU Foundation for a New American University in recognition of Emily, the daughter of a member who was tragically taken too early.