Lawlor, White & Murphey Announces $2,000 Scholarship for Children of Veterans and Active Duty Service Members

The Award Includes Additional $1,000 Donation to the Vietnam Veterans of America

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To coincide with Veterans Day, nationally regarded Florida-based personal injury law firm Lawlor, White & Murphey, is pleased to announce an annual scholarship for both current and aspiring college students with a parent or family member that has served their country.

The scholarship will provide students with $2,000 to go toward the costs of tuition or any other related expenses at a college or university of their choice, anywhere in the United States. An additional $1,000 will be donated to the Vietnam Veterans of America, whose mission is to “promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans.”

The cause is near and dear to all partners within the firm, especially Benjamin Murphey, who served in the United States Army Infantry where he earned, among other things, his airborne wings and had the honor of serving as a sentinel at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

In order to be awarded this scholarship, you must be a current undergraduate or graduate student with a 2.0 GPA and a parent or guardian that is a Veteran or currently a member serving in the United States Military.

The deadline for all applications is midnight, December 31st, 2019. The winner of the award will be announced on the firm’s Facebook page on or around January 15th, 2020.

 To find out how to qualify, apply, or to learn more, please visit https://www.lwmpersonalinjurylawyers.com/scholarship/.

About Commander in Chief At home

Erin is a military spouse and, sometimes temporarily single mom to 4 boys. She's a parenting coach, writer, teacher, special needs (Autism) mom, and much more.
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