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  • 1. SCHOLARSHIPS 2010-2011 First Edition 1/27/11
  • 2. Various CAPPEX Scholarships
    • Amount: Multiple $1,000 awards
    • Eligibility/Details: Must create cappex.com profile and apply for variety of scholarships. Also has scholarship/financial aid general information
    • Contact: www.cappex.com/scholarships
    • Deadline: Varies-Dec. 31 st -February 28 th
  • 3. Maida F. Townsend Scholarship Vermont-NEA
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Sons and daughters of Vermont-NEA members. Preference given to those majoring in education. Award based on merit, not financial need
    • Contact: www.vtnea.org or get paper copy from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: February 1 st (NOT postmarked date, due in office end of day date)
  • 4. Colonel Scholars (KFC)
    • Amount: Up to $20,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors planning to attend a public in-state college or university. Entrepreneurial drive, strong perseverance, and financial need.
    • Contact: www.kfcscholars.org
    • Deadline: February 9 th
  • 5. VSAC Scholarship Booklet
    • Amount: Various Amounts
    • Eligibility/Details: VT Residents-Each scholarship in the booklet lists different requirements
    • Contact: www.vsac.org You can complete online or from the booklet. VT residents: You HAVE to create a myvsac account. This will be how vsac communicates with you.
    • Deadline: February 11 for Early Bird and extra scholarship drawing; March 4 Regular Deadline
  • 6. Knights of Columbus Scholastic Achievement Awards Program
    • Amount: 8 - $600 each
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors continuing education that are sons or daughters of a Knight of Columbus VT member.
    • Contact: Ms. Russo for paper application
    • Deadline: February 15 th
  • 7. AXA Achievement Community Scholarship
    • Amount: 300 -$2,000 awards
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior who demonstrates ambition and drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family, and community, and ability to succeed in college
    • Contact: www.axa-achievement.com and download application (Make sure to select state of residence) or get hardcopy from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: February 15 th
  • 8. National Co-Op Foundation Scholarship
    • Amount: $6,000 (multiple awards)
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors with 3.5 GPA or higher and will attend one of the following universities, Drexel, Johnson and Wales, Kettering, RIT, Wentworth Institute of Tech, University of Toledo, or University of Cincinnati
    • Contact: www.co-op.edu or get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: February 15 th
  • 9. Ladies Auxiliary VFW Continuing Education Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Must be member or daughter/son of member of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW, and must be 18 years old.
    • Contact: http://www.ladiesauxvfw.org/html/scholarships.html or get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: February 15 th (received by deadline, not postmarked!)
  • 10. AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship
    • Amount: $5,000 ($500 and $250 runner-up)
    • Eligibility/Details: US citizen and student planning to attend a 4-year college or university. Need to include autobiography and essay-details at website.
    • Contact: http://www.afateens.org/ Go to apply for scholarship
    • Deadline: February 15 th
  • 11. Best Buy Scholarship Program
    • Amount: 1,200 - $1,000 each
    • Eligibility/Details: 9-12 grade students, solid grades, volunteer or work experience
    • Contact: www.bestbuy-communityrealtions.com or www.at15.com
    • Deadline: February 16 th
  • 12. Saint Andrew’s Society of Vermont Scholarship
    • Amount: 3-$500 Academic Scholarships and Cultural Grant
    • Eligibility/Details: VT resident or Saint Andrew’s member/family, enrolling in bachelor’s degree program; Cultural grant-will be enrolling in Scottish history, language, arts, literature, dance, and/or music.
    • Contact: www.standrewssocietyofvermont.org or get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: February 16th for Academic Scholarships, May 4 th for Cultural Grant
  • 13. Rebekah Assembly of Vermont I.O.O.F. Scholarship (From back of VSAC Booklet)
    • Amount: (2) - $500
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior who attends a VT high school; Selection based on financial need, academic achievement, recommendation letters, and extracurricular activities.
    • Contact: To obtain an application send self-addressed, stamped envelope to Mrs. Nora-Ellen Spaulding, Secretary, Rebekah Assembly of VT, 786 Vermont Route 10, Chester, VT 05143
    • Deadline: March 1
  • 14. Rebekah Assembly of VT Nursing Scholarship (From back of VSAC Booklet)
    • Amount: $500
    • Eligibility/Details: Be accepted in an accredited school of nursing program
    • Contact: To obtain an application send self-addressed, stamped envelope to Mrs. Nora-Ellen Spaulding, Secretary, Rebekah Assembly of VT, 786 Vermont Route 10, Chester, VT 05143
    • Deadline: March 1
  • 15. Knights Templar Educational Foundation Scholastic Achievement Award
    • Amount: $500-$1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Demonstrate academic achievement and education/work ethic.
    • Contact: See the back of the VSAC booklet
    • Deadline: March 1st
  • 16. Price Chopper Golub Scholarships
    • Amount: Multiple scholarships: $8,000 over 4 years or $2,000 over 2 years
    • Eligibility/Details: Must plan to attend a four-year college in NH, CT, NY, MA, PA, or VT for the $8,000 scholarships. Must plan to attend a two-year college in NH, CT, NY, MA, PA, or VT for the $2,000. You can only apply for ONE of the scholarships so choose the best that fits you!
    • Contact: apply online https://scholarships.pricechopper.com/GFDescriptionsmmf.aspx
    • Deadline: March 15 th
  • 17. Vermont Technical College Scholarships by Major
    • Amount: Varies
    • Eligibility/Details: Varies but applies to different majors
    • Contact: www.vtc.edu go to financial aid section and then premier scholarships
    • Deadline: Many March 15 th , but varies
  • 18. Shaw-Worth Memorial Scholarship
    • Amount: $2,500
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior in New England that is committed to animal protection and/or working with animals; no offical scholarship but multiple required materials
    • Contact: http://www.humanesociety.org/parents_educators/teens/shaw_worth_scholarship.html or see Ms. Russo for list of required materials
    • Deadline: March 25 th
  • 19. Dr. Alice Angney Scholarship for Leadership and Service
    • Amount: 1- $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Must be a VT high school senior. Based on leadership, service to community, academic achievement and initiative to overcoming a specific challenge.
    • Contact: Get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: March 25 th
  • 20. Janice Scott Memorial Scholarship
    • Amount: $2,500
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors with financial need (parents make no more than $100,000), 3.0 GPA or higher, enrolling full-time at 4-year
    • Contact: Ms. Russo for paper application http://www.ghs.gc.k12.va.us/departments/guidance/scholarhip_copies/JMSMSF_SCHOLARSHIP_0910.pdf
    • Deadline: March 31 st
  • 21. Casey Family Scholars and Foster Care to Success Scholarships
    • Amount: Amount determined by cost of attendance at post secondary institution
    • Eligibility/Details: Have been in foster care for at least 1 consecutive year at the time of 18 th birthday; OR Have been adopted or taken into legal guardianship out of foster care or upon death of parents after 16 th birthday; OR have lost both parents to death before age 18 and not have been adopted or taken into legal guardianship.
    • Contact: Apply online at https://www.orphan.org/sch/
    • Deadline: March 31st
  • 22. The Dottie Lourie Memorial Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior living with Chronic Kidney Disease of have an immediate family member with CKD or who has had a life saving organ transplant.
    • Contact: Get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: March 31st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 23. Lavalle Brensinger Architects Scholarship
    • Amount: $2,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors attending a four year architecture, interior design, or graphic design program. Will need to submit an artistic medium with description and 350-word essay with application.
    • Contact: Get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: March 31st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 24. Academic Award for National Kidney Foundation
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior with active and current kidney disease or who has an immediate relative with active and current kidney disease. Must have significant impact on candidate’s life.
    • Contact: Get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: March 31st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 25. Moran Family Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: New Hampshire student entering the surveying profession or related field
    • Contact: Get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: March 31 st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 26. Vermont Technical College Scholars Program
    • Amount: up to two years half-tuition
    • Eligibility/Details: Resident of Vermont, demonstrate academic excellence with high class rank and high SAT score
    • Contact: www.vtc.edu go to financial aid section and then premier scholarships; Or get hard copy from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 1 st
  • 27. The American Legion Scholarships
    • Amount: 10 - $500 each, 1-$1,000, 1-$1,500
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors attending a VT school that have been accepted to a college/university
    • Contact: www.legionvthq.com or get an American Legion application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 1st
  • 28. Boston Beanstalks Robert Austin Memorial Scholarship and Tall Clubs International Kae Sumner Einfeldt Scholarship Award
    • Amount: $500-$1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Minimum height for females 5’10” for males 6’2”, under 21, and entering post secondary education in fall 2011
    • Contact: Ms. Russo for paper application or go to http://www.hubtall.org/Scholarship
    • Deadline: April 1 st
  • 29. League of NH Craftsmen Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors pursuing an education in the field of craft related studies (Arts and Crafts; Live in NH or 10 miles within it’s border
    • Contact: Get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 1st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 30. International Right of Way Association New England Chapter 16 Scholarship
    • Amount: $300-$500
    • Eligibility/Details: Resident of VT or NH, Major in business, economics, civil engineering, environmental engineering, law, communications, or international relations: See VSAC Scholarship booklet in “Other Scholarships” section for more details.
    • Contact: email ntwaddel@pwd.org to obtain an application
    • Deadline: April 1
  • 31. Sons of the American Legion Scholarship
    • Amount: 2 - $1,000 and 2 - $500
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors planning to attend a trade school or technical college whose family member is a member of the American Legion Family (American Legion, Ladies Auxiliary, or Sons of the American Legion)
    • Contact: Ms. Russo for paper application
    • Deadline: April 1 st
  • 32. NH Association of Broadcasters Student Broadcaster Scholarship
    • Amount: $2,500
    • Eligibility/Details: NH resident, planning to enroll at 2 or 4-year school with a major or intention of studying over-the-air broadcasting.
    • Contact: See Ms. Russo for a copy of an application
    • Deadline: April 2 nd
    NOT UPDATED
  • 33. Associated General Contractors of VT Scholarship (From back of VSAC Booklet)
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seek education or training in a field related to construction; See VSAC booklet “Other Scholarships” for further details.
    • Contact: Beth Hulbert
    • Deadline: April 10
  • 34. Connecticut River Antique Collectors Klub Scholarship (C.R.A.C.K. Scholarship)
    • Amount: Up to $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors with an interest in farming (but does not have to be), have financial need, hard-working
    • Contact: See Ms. Russo for a paper application
    • Deadline: April 15th
  • 35. Fisher Cats Foundation Scholar-Athlete
    • Amount: 10 from NH-$2,500
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors outstanding academic performance, athletic ability, civic involvement, and plan to attend a four-year college or university.
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: April 15th
  • 36. Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship Program
    • Amount: 11-$2,000, 1-$5,000 for enrolling in Whittemore School at UNH
    • Eligibility/Details: New Hampshire Seniors Preference for students interested in pursuing careers in business, hospitality or food service industries.
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: April 15 th (Application made available after Feb. 1)
  • 37. Citizens Bank High School Achievement Award
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors who plan to continue their education at a college, university or vocational/technical school. Based on academic achievement, character, and financial need. Preference for award is given to students attending a New Hampshire college.
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: 5pm on April 15 th (application made available after Feb. 1)
  • 38. Frank and Olive Gilman Foundation Scholarship
    • Amount: up to $5,000 annually
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors from Rivendell Academy, Lebanon, Mascoma, and Woodsville who plan to continue their education at a college, university or vocational/technical school. Preference for award is given to students with financial need and are first in family to attend college
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: 5pm on April 15 th (application made available after Feb. 1)
  • 39. Statewide Student Aid Program
    • Amount: $500-$3,500 (Avg. $1,800)
    • Eligibility/Details: New Hampshire resident between 17-24, enrolling in four-year baccalaureate program full-time or half-time. Based on financial need, academic merit. Priority given to highest financial need.
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: 5pm on April 15th
  • 40. The Festival of Trees Scholarship
    • Amount: up to $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors who plan to continue their education in Natural Resources or Horticulture. Also involvement in community and/or school extracurriculars and work experience that supports career goals. Preference for award is given to students attending a New Hampshire college.
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: April 15 th ?? Application not up yet
  • 41. Arnold Magoon Conservation Scholarship (From back of VSAC Booklet)
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Major in forestry, conservation, ecology, fish and game management, biology, or a related field
    • Contact: www.neshobesportsmanclub.org or get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 15th
  • 42. Fletcher “Buster” Brush Memorial Scholarship Fund
    • Amount: 2-$1,000 Renewable for up to four years
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior that distinguishes him/herself from peers by their hard work and desire to help others and make a difference in their community. Compassion, strong work ethic, school spirit, leadership, community service, and desire to challenge oneself.
    • Contact: www.brushscholarship.org or get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 15 th
  • 43. Vermont Golf Association Scholarship Fund
    • Amount: $1,000 annually up to four years
    • Eligibility/Details: Rivendell Interstate School District student, senior, connection to golf, top 40% of class or at least 80 GPA and a minimum combined SAT score of 1500, and accepted as post secondary student
    • Contact: See Ms. Russo for a paper application
    • Deadline: April 20 th
    NOT UPDATED
  • 44. Glencliff Residents Scholarship Award
    • Amount: 2 awards between $100 and $200
    • Eligibility/Details: Volunteer at Glencliff and planning to attend college/university in the fall full time.
    • Contact: Michelle Oakes-Will be sending applications closer to deadline
    • Deadline: April 30 th
    NOT UPDATED
  • 45. Professional Firefighters of New Hampshire Scholarship
    • Amount: 3-$400 awards
    • Eligibility/Details: Strong interest in fire emergency services, “C” average or better, and resident of NH in junior and senior year of HS.
    • Contact: www.pffnh.org or get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 30 th
  • 46. League of Women Voters-Winona Smith Scholarship
    • Amount: Multiple $500 awards
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior who has demonstrated interest in civic participation and community service, need for financial aid and teacher recommendation
    • Contact: Get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 30th
    NOT UPDATED
  • 47. Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship
    • Amount: $3,000 to $10,000 per year and Renewable (multiple awards)
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior planning to attend accredited college/university, New England resident, 3.0 GPA, substantial financial need, low EFC, and high unmet need.
    • Contact: http://www.phillips-scholarship.org/highschoolapplicants20.html or get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: April 30th
  • 48. Community College of Vermont Scholarships
    • Amount: Varies
    • Eligibility/Details: Varies
    • Contact: www.ccv.edu in paying for college section. Scholarship applications will be available sometime this spring
    • Deadline: May through August
  • 49. Mt. Cube Lodge #10
    • Amount: Varies
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior who attended Rivendell for at least two years and accepted as a full time student at a two year or more school. Has shown significant scholastic improvement throughout high school.
    • Contact: Paper Application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: May 1 st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 50. AEMP Foundation Scholarship
    • Amount: Up to $2,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Interest in heavy equipment diesel technology, maintain 2.0 GPA through high school, plan to attend a college or vo-tech program that offers a diesel technology program
    • Contact: www.aemp.org or see Ms. Russo for application
    • Deadline: May 1 st
  • 51. Twin State Mutual Aid Fire Association Fred Whitcomb Memorial Scholarship
    • Amount: Varied
    • Eligibility/Details: Resident of TSFMAA Community, graduating senior, academic achievement, Attending a post secondary institution, preference given to applicants pursuing a career in the Fire or EMS services.
    • Contact: Get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: May 1 st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 52. Orford High School Alumni Association Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000-$3,000 Multiple awards
    • Eligibility/Details: Seniors attending a college, vocational school, or other institution of higher education.
    • Contact: See Ms. Russo for a paper application
    • Deadline: May 1st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 53. Tom Fiske Memorial Foundation Scholarship
    • Amount: (2) - $500
    • Eligibility/Details: Seek a degree in forestry or an allied field, demonstrate academic achievement
    • Contact: Obtain an application from Brenda Wilk, c/o Tom Fiske Memorial Foundation, Inc. 4433 Firehill Road, Florence, VT 05744
    • Deadline: May 1
  • 54. Orford Fairlee Lions Club Good Citizen Scholarship
    • Amount: Undisclosed
    • Eligibility/Details: Resident of Orford, Piermont, Lyme, Fairlee, W. Fairlee, or Vershire
    • Contact: Get paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: May 1st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 55. Stuart and Bettina Bacon Scholarship
    • Amount: varies
    • Eligibility/Details: West Fairlee or Vershire Resident
    • Contact: Get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: May 1st
    NOT UPDATED
  • 56. Vermont Principals Association “Reach for the Stars” Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior, first generation college student, attend college in VT, plan on staying in VT after college. Preference to students going into education.
    • Contact: www.vpaonline.org or get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: May 2nd
  • 57. New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: NH Resident accepted to an accredited college/university, planning on majoring in mathematics, enginneering, or computer science. Selection based on academic achievement, financial need, extra-curricular involvement, and school and community service.
    • Contact: Apply online at nhmathteachers.org go to awards and scholarships then high school student pre-service scholarship
    • Deadline: May 6 th
  • 58. Francis Henry Memorial Scholarship (Members Advantage Community Credit Union)
    • Amount: $500
    • Eligibility/Details: Must be a member of the Credit Union at time of application.
    • Contact: Ms. Russo for a paper application
    • Deadline: May 7 th
    NOT UPDATED
  • 59. Hope Starts Here Scholarship
    • Amount: $500-$1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Must be homeless or a formally homeless youth planning to attend postsecondary institution.
    • Contact: Ms. Russo for a paper application
    • Deadline: May 7 th
    NOT UPDATED
  • 60. Champlain Valley Kennel Club Scholarship (From back of VSAC Booklet)
    • Amount: $250
    • Eligibility/Details: VT Resident for 5 years, Seeking a degree in veterinary medicine or technology
    • Contact: Obtain application from Pamela Parshall, CVKC Scholarship Chair, 77 Range Road, Underhill, VT 05489-9410
    • Deadline: May 10th
  • 61. Anthony Romano and Vernon Kelly Memorial Scholarship
    • Amount: $500-$1,500
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior receiving assistance from NH housing authority
    • Contact: Get a paper application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: May 15 th
    NOT UPDATED
  • 62. Horace Greeley Scholarship
    • Amount: 2-$250
    • Eligibility/Details: Major in English, journalism, communications, political science, history, or a related field. See VSAC Scholarship Booklet in “Other Scholarships” Section for more details.
    • Contact: Horace Greeley Foundation
    • Deadline: May 15
  • 63. Community School Organization
    • Amount: ~$300
    • Eligibility/Details: One student will be chosen from each of the four towns in Rivendell. Community service and academic progression.
    • Contact: Get a paper copy from Ms. Russo or online at cso-rivendell.org in fundraising section
    • Deadline: May 24 th New application has not been posted for 2011
    NOT UPDATED
  • 64. Fairlee School Fund
    • Amount: Varies
    • Eligibility/Details: Fairlee resident to apply to four year college degree
    • Contact: Applications sent directly to student homes
    • Deadline: Late May
  • 65. Career Aid for Technical Students (CATS)
    • Amount: Up to $20,000
    • Eligibility/Details: NH residents, plan to enroll at least half-timein vocational or technical program that does not lead to a 4-year degree
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: June 1st
  • 66. The Medallion Fund Scholarship Program
    • Amount: Not stated
    • Eligibility/Details: New Hampshire resident who is enrolling in vocational or technical program that does NOT lead to a 4 year bachelor’s degree. Preference to applicants in traditional manufacturing trade sector (plumbing, electrical, construction, etc).
    • Contact: www.nhcf.org go to apply for scholarship section
    • Deadline: No Deadline; Rolling; Apply at any time
  • 67. Clif Murray and Floyd Fuller Memorial Scholarship (From back of VSAC booklet)
    • Amount: $400
    • Eligibility/Details: Seek a degree in equine or animal studies, or a field that directly supports the horse industry.
    • Contact: See VSAC booklet
    • Deadline: July 15th
  • 68. ACE Grant (Affordable College Effort)
    • Amount: Ensures no loan debt
    • Eligibility/Details: Enrolling at UNH, Keene State, or Plymouth University and have an EFC under $1,000.
    • Contact: Will be awarded by schools
    • Deadline: none
  • 69. Unique Grant
    • Amount: Up to $1,300/year
    • Eligibility/Details: Used in conjunction with ACE grant. Enrolling at UNH, Keene State, or Plymouth University. Family must have an EFC of $0.
    • Contact: Will be awarded by schools
    • Deadline: none
  • 70. Grantham Garden Club Scholarship
    • Amount: $1,000
    • Eligibility/Details: Senior planning to study horticulture or forestry in Fall 2010
    • Contact: Marcia- P.O. Box 389, Grantham, NH 03753 or Nancy Luce 603-863-6661; Get application from Ms. Russo
    • Deadline: none (but ASAP)
    NOT UPDATED
  • 71. Scholarships without Applications (different selection committees)
    • Louise Richardson Memorial Scholarship
    • John Davis Memorial Scholarship
    • The Floyd Marsh Award
    • UVM Green and Gold Scholarship
    • Jackson Lodge/Masonic Lodge #60 Scholarship
    • Rivendell Education Association Scholarship
    • Orange County Sheriff’s Department Scholarship
    • Vermont Honor Scholarship
    • Dyke Memorial Scholarship
    • Margaret Eaton Scholarship
    • Upper Valley Board of Realtors-Earl Burke Scholarship
    • Kathy Dresser Memorial Scholarship
    • West Fairlee Village Improvement Club Scholarship
    • Lawrence Ricker History Scholarship
    • Tim Ruff Scholarship Fund

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