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$500 Scholarship Offer from FreedomCare

FreedomCare is a contracted provider for CDPAP. The company provides services for eligible New York citizens who require a home caregiver. FreedomCare believes in the right of the individual to choose their own caregiver. They have helped thousands of individuals take back their freedom by assisting them in choosing their own caregiver. Individuals can choose their children, friends, or relatives to serve as their caregiver. The caregiver gets paid and the patient gets the care they need, from someone they trust.

FreedomCare fully understands the value of a dollar and realizes the costs of college prevents many individuals from rising to their full potential. Those who are willing to sacrifice their time to care for a loved one in need deserve to receive help with their college expenses. FreedomCare is proud to offer a $500 scholarship program for students who are planning to attend a US accredited college, university, or trade school.

Application Deadline: June 18, 2020

Winner Announced: July 18, 2020

The $500 scholarship is being offered to the individual who can best express their stance on the topic of “Tips for Taking Care of Your Aging Parents”. FreedomCare believes everyone has the potential for greatness and they are excited to read the essay entries they will receive.

Writing is an essential part of communication. No matter which industry a person seeks a degree in, writing will certainly be an integral part. Sometimes, writing your thoughts down on paper gives them more weight and helps you to decipher them constructively.

The challenges of caring for aging parents can sometimes bring on stress, but there is also a great deal of joy. Being able to give back to the one who gave you life is an opportunity that gives rise to the amazing.

FreedomCare wants to hear from people who are providing care of their parents. Perhaps, you can offer guidance that helps someone face the challenges and embrace the joy being a caregiver brings. Sharing the difficulties helps to promote the heroes who set everything aside to be there for their aging parent.

Keeping these thoughts in mind, FreedomCare is asking applicants for this scholarship to submit their 1,000-word essay on the topic of “Tips for Taking Care of Your Aging Parent”. The content you share should be reflective, positive, and helpful to others.

Remember to express your thoughts clearly and use proper grammar and spelling, so your essay will be clearly understood and properly judged. FreedomCare is looking for individuals who can articulate their thoughts in a concise way that opens the dialogue of communication on the topic.

Applicants must have been accepted into an accredited college, university, or trade school. ·       
You must have a 3.0 GPA or higher. GAP students are welcome to apply, but their last GPA score must be 3.0 or higher. You must have a high school diploma or GED. Students of all ages are welcome to apply for the FreedomCare Scholarship Program.


You must submit an essay that does not exceed 1,000 words. Send your essay to The format should be .doc or .pdf. The essay should be creative, but should not include any foul language or vulgarity. The essay should be free of any spelling or grammatical errors and should fully highlight your proper use of the English language. Once you submit your essay, it becomes the property of FreedomCare and will not be returned.


All essay entries must be received by midnight ET on June 18, 2020.

FreedomCare will announce a winner on July 18,2020. The selected winner will need to provide proof of their attendance or acceptance into the school of their choice and a copy of their high school diploma or GED. The winner will be notified via email. The winner is given 14 days to respond and provide the requested information. If no response is received within that period, a new winner will be chosen. If you have any questions, please submit them to


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