Category: Volunteer of the Month

ASPSF recognizes Sebastian County volunteer for fundraising support

Hailee Brown (center) has volunteered with ASPSF since 2021. She stands with ASPSF Program Manager Sandy Nelson (left) and ASPSF Development Manager Abbie Taylor Cox. Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund is thankful for November 2022 Volunteer of the Month Hailee Brown! The daughter of an ASPSF alumna, Hailee began volunteering with ASPSF’s West Region in Spring 2021 in Sebastian County. Both ASPSF Program Manager Sandy Nelson and ASPSF Development Manager Abbie Taylor Cox... Read More
at 11/3/22
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Wandra Williams recognized for 12 years as ASPSF volunteer

Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund is excited to announce Wandra Williams as the Volunteer of the Month for October 2022.  Wandra is the Director of Continuing Education/Community Services at Phillips Community College Helena-West Helena Campus, and she has volunteered with ASPSF for over 12 years. Wandra is the epitome of a super volunteer. The Phillips County resident is always encouraging our applicants, reminding them of the deadline. She also... Read More
Posted by Jen Para at 10/14/22
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ASPSF alumna returns as volunteer in Lonoke County

It is a pleasure to announce Deborah Walters as Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund’s September 2022 Volunteer of the Month! Deborah, who lives in Lonoke County, began volunteering with ASPSF’s Central Region in December 2021 as a member of the Student Process Committee. Deborah was a scholarship recipient of the Logan County Single Parent Scholarship and earned her bachelor’s degree. She now works as a teacher and has a... Read More
at 9/15/22
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ASPSF volunteer dedicates himself to public service, volunteerism

Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund is proud to recognize Tyler Dunegan as Volunteer of the Month for August 2022.  Tyler has been a longtime volunteer with Single Parent Scholarship in Mississippi County and is a vital part of the team in Northeast Arkansas. During Covid, Tyler passed out checks to local students at his office, and he was the primary interviewer in Mississippi County, jumping right into conducting interviews through Zoom to keep the application process... Read More
at 8/3/22
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