Creating better and brighter futures for single parent families.
We create a network of support that empowers determined single parent families through access to education.
Creating better and brighter futures for single-parent families.
We are a community supported effort creating better, brighter futures for single parent families by offering encouragement and access to higher education.
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Save the Date- Saturday, October 12th
Golftoberfest is NWA’s ORIGINAL Mini-Golf Tournament! Just like a regular golf tournament, this unique event has a shotgun start, hole-in-one contest prizes, and even lunch, goody bag and t-shirt for participants! Golftoberfest is a family-friendly event. SPSF NWA recipients and their families also participate. This is a great way for your family, friends and co-workers to get out and play, while helping to CREATE BETTER, BRIGHTER FUTURES for single parents and their children!
Golftoberfest is a great way to encourage your family, friends, and co-workers to get out and play for a good cause. Held at Gator Golf in Fayetteville, this unique event features a shotgun start, hole-in-one contest with prizes, lunch, and participant goody bags and event t-shirts.
Tee times are at 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., with awards presented after each flight.
Golftoberfest registration is SOLD OUT, but we have plenty of volunteer opportunities available!
Dr. Glenn Hardy
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA has lost a friend and advocate in Dr. Glenn Hardy.
Dr. Hardy served on the Board of Directors for two terms in 1995-1999 and 2003-2007.
Best known and revered for his contributions to agricultural education, Dr. Hardy served on the faculty of the University of Arkansas for 38 years. Nine of those years were spent in the Department of Agronomy. He was appointed Dean of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics in 1965 and served until 1987 when he joined the faculty in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, where he served until his retirement in 1994.
He once said, “The most important work I did can’t be documented. I got to work with Arkansas’s most important crop, the children. Many of the leaders of the state are our graduates.”
Dr. Glenn Hardy leaves a legacy for us to follow.
The board and staff of Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA convey our deepest sympathy to the Hardy family during this difficult time.
Carl A. Koffler
We are sadden to announce the passing of our longtime supporter and friend Carl A. Koffler.
Carl was a progressive thinker – an early adopter to organic gardening, recycling, and leveraging computers for disciplined financial analysis. His large and bountiful garden enriched the lives of many friends and BTV residents. Carl was a lifelong learner with a prodigious memory and a strong appreciation for the arts, museums, and all things educational. Not one to mince words, he never hesitated to state his opinion and enjoyed entertaining others with his storytelling and unique sense of humor. Carl was warm, generous and caring, and incredibly committed to improving the lives of his family and local community.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NW Arkansas in Carl’s name: https://give.spsfnwa.org/. Online condolences are welcomed at www.beardsfuneralchapel.com.
Marcia Rae McCain
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Marcia Rae McCain, Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA Founding Board Member. Mrs. McCain will be missed by her loving children, her extended family and many friends.
The board and staff of Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA convey our deepest sympathy to the McCain family during this difficult time.
She is survived by her four children, Steven McCain (Susan), Marilyn Wiesehan (John), David McCain (Wendy), and Bruce McCain, eight grandchildren, Devin, Lauren, Jeffery, Chris, Robert, Piper, Hannah, and Olivia, and three great grandchildren, Zane, Alanna, and Trevor.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Cooperative Emergency Outreach (CEO), P.O. Box 3631, Fayetteville, Ark. 72702; Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NW AR, 16 W. Colt Square Dr., Fayetteville, Ark. 72703; Oaks Indian Mission, 155 N. Military Rd., Oaks, Okla. 74359. To sign the online guest book please visit www.mooresfuneralchapel.com.
“Education is what advances individuals, and ultimately our society.” Meet a Recipient featuring Melissa Blue
(Pictured: Melissa and her daughter, Rylee) Meet current SPSF NWA recipient Melissa Blue and her daughter Rylee (5.) Melissa is a student at the University of Arkansas majoring in Special Education. Read on and learn about Melissa’s journey as an SPSF NWA Scholar....
(Pictured: Mandi and her two daughters- Alivia and Bella) The July Alumni Update features 2013 graduate Mandi Beesler. Please read on to see how life has changed for Mandi and her two daughters- Alivia (18) and Bella (11) since completing her education at the...
(Pictured: Eldest son Nyle, daughter-in-law Haven, Lisa, and younger son Brayden) Meet current SPSF NWA recipient Lisa and her two sons- Brayden (15) and Nyle (24). Lisa is currently a student at NWACC majoring in Psychology and plans to get her Master's degree in...
16 W. Colt Square Drive
Fayetteville, AR 72703Phone: 479-935-4888
To learn more about the efforts of Single Parent Scholarship fund outside of Carroll, Madison and Washington County visit www.aspsf.org to find your local affiliate
Application Deadlines for Traditional Scholarships
Spring Semester – October 15
Summer Semester – March 15
Fall Semester – June 15