Student Life • Clubs & Groups • Students In Philanthropy
SIP's Annual "Frito Pie, Chili Supper" Fundraiser
Frito Pie Chili Supper sponsored by Students in Philanthropy (SIP) in the McCormick Gallery, Allison Fine Arts Building. Cost is $5 per bowl (includes tea and dessert). Proceeds from the Chili Supper will go to the SIP grants program which will benefit non-profit agencies next spring.
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Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as you ever can.
- John Wesley
Midland College Students in Philanthropy Scholarship
Generously funded by the Abell-Hanger Foundation and the Helen Greathouse Charitable Trust)
Earn $1000 in scholarship while learning and assisting Midland's nonprofit agencies.
The Midland College Students In Philanthropy (SIP) Scholarship Program is an in-depth leadership training scholarship program which provides student members the opportunity to improve the quality of life in their community.
Students learn about the importance of philanthropy and the role of nonprofit organizations in the community. Through the fundraising and grant-making process, students not only make needed contributions to nonprofit organizations, but also gain leadership and stewardship training through a structured program designed to educate, support and promote philanthropic leadership in the community.
Up to 20 students are selected each year through an application and interview process.
These students will receive $1000 in scholarship monies and participate in the program activities for a full academic year by attending weekly meetings designed to enhance their knowledge of the nonprofit and philanthropic communities.
For more information:
Contact Julia Vickery, SIP Coordinator at email@example.com or (432) 685-4704.