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ASPSF graduated recipient Sarah Smith (left) and United Way Executive Director Stacy Tintocalis.
Salem, Ark. (April 11, 2022) — Providing community and educational support for Fulton County, the Heart of the Ozarks United Way presented the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund with a donation to help fund fall scholarships for single-parent applicants residing in Fulton County. Supporting organizations that help build communities in Fulton County is one of the many commitments that the Heart of the Ozarks United Way has.
Sarah Smith, a recent graduate, received the ASPSF scholarship funded by Heart of the Ozarks United Way as she worked to obtain her associate degree in education and maintain a 3.94 GPA. The support provided to ASPSF by United Way helps single parents like Sarah to achieve their education in Fulton County.
About Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund: For 30 years, Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund has worked to create stronger, more educated, and more self-sufficient families. ASPSF opens doors for low-income single parents, helping them pursue education, secure employment, and transform the future for their families. With the help of volunteers and community support, ASPSF creates multigenerational change, transforming lives for both single parents and their children. For information about scholarships, volunteer opportunities, and ways to give, visit aspsf.org.
United Way Executive Director Stacy Tintocalis speaks.
United Way Executive Director Stacy Tintocalis (left) with ASPSF volunteer Dwight Sharp.
ASPSF graduated recipient Sarah Smith (left) receives a scholarship funded by United Way Heart of the Ozarks.