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Blossom Law

The Blossom Law Caregiver Scholarship

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1000 USD
19 Feb 2024
Application deadline


At Blossom Law PLLC, they can help you understand your options for filing for bankruptcy while protecting against the loss of your property and rebuilding your credit. 


Scholarship type

Merit based

Number of scholarships to award




Scholarship coverage

  • tuition fee reduction
  • accommodation
  • other


Blossom Law provides valuable and compassionate legal services to families who are often juggling bills and struggling with debt. Charlotte bankruptcy attorney Rashad Blossom personally understands the integral role that a family can play in times of hardship, and he appreciates the strong foundation that family members can provide, especially when they provide care for their loved ones.

In honor of his mother, Bobbie Blossom, who was a caregiver for his father, Rashad established The Blossom Law Caregiver Scholarship in 2022 to offer financial relief to students who have a parent who has been the primary caregiver for a loved one or who have served as caregivers themselves. 

Applicable programmes


Twice a year, Blossom Law offers college students the opportunity to receive $1,000 through the Blossom Law Caregiver Scholarship. The award may be used to supplement the costs of tuition, room and board, and other educational expenses.


Before submitting your application for the Blossom Law Caregiver Scholarship, please make sure that you meet the following criteria:

  • You are at least 18 years of age.
  • You are enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited college or university.
  • You are a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
  • You earned a 3.0 grade point average or higher in your most recently completed semester.

Scholarship requirements







Study experience required

High school


Over 18


Application deadline

19 Feb 2024

The Blossom Law Caregiver Scholarship requires each applicant to submit an original essay (approximately 500-1000 words) answering the provided prompt. Along with the essay, we also request that you submit contact information, proof of enrollment, and documentation of your most recently achieved GPA.

Essay prompt: Being a loved one’s caregiver is an incredible act of service, and it is often a thankless job. If you have a parent who has provided care for a loved one, or if you have been a caregiver yourself, how has this experience affected your priorities or long-term goals? How will this new perspective prepare you for the future?

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