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HPFY Scholarship Program

Health Products For You is proud to offer scholarships to high school seniors who have been accepted to a college or to students currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate schools. As a premium online retailer offering health care products, medical supplies and home care medical equipment we know firsthand the challenges presented by physical and mental disabilities, not just for the patient but also the care givers. Health Products For You scholarship program aims to encourage and support undergraduate, and graduate students who suffer from any disability. This program also aims to recognize the service of those who have used their good fortune and good health to give back to the community, either by caring for the less fortunate or doing their part to make this world a better place for everyone.

 HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship

Health Products For You is proud to offer scholarships to high school seniors who have been accepted to a college or to students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate school program.

As a premium online retailer offering health and wellness products, medical supplies and home care medical equipment, we understand the challenges faced by those impacted by physical, cognitive, and mental disabilities, not just for the patient but also for caregivers. Our scholarship program aims to encourage and support undergraduate and graduate students who have not let their disability impede their life and ambitions. The scholarship program also recognizes and rewards selfless individuals who care for those in need, give back to their communities, and do their part in making the world a better place for all!

A scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to a deserving high school senior who plans to attend a vocational or academic college. The applicant may also be a student currently enrolled in college.

Requirements for The HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship:

The applicant must be a current high school senior or a college student living with a documented disability. If the applicant is a high school student, then they should be planning to attend an undergraduate program in a 2 or 4 -year university/college or technical college in the fall of the academic year following high-school graduation. The educational institution must be in the United States.

Enrollment status in school or college must be full-time or part-time.

How to Apply:

To apply for the HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship, email the following to [email protected] by August 15th.

1. Personal information, including full name, date of birth, mailing address and phone number.

2. Proof of enrollment which can be an enrollment certificate or transcript of your most recent GPA (GPA does not affect the selection.)

3. Medical documentation to prove the disability.

4. An essay of minimum 500 words that speaks to your personal trials and triumphs in life related to your disability and how it has defined the person you are today.

5. Any supporting documents or letters of recommendations from teachers, mentors or advisers that you would like the selection committee to consider.

If all eligibility requirements are satisfied, the recipient will be selected on the basis of their essay and the supporting documentation. The selected recipient of the $1000 scholarship will be notified by email and featured on the Giving Day page on our website by the second week of September.

HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship

Health Products For You is proud to offer scholarships to high school seniors who have been accepted to a college or to students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate school program.

As a premium online retailer offering health and wellness products, medical supplies and home care medical equipment, we understand the challenges faced by those impacted by physical, cognitive, and mental disabilities, not just for the patient but also for caregivers. Our scholarship program aims to encourage and support undergraduate and graduate students who have not let their disability impede their life and ambitions. The scholarship program also recognizes and rewards selfless individuals who care for those in need, give back to their communities, and do their part in making the world a better place for all!

This scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to a high school senior who has spent at least 100 hours volunteering to provide care, comfort or service to those in need. The applicant may also be a student currently enrolled in college.

Requirements for The HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship:

The applicant must be a current high school senior or a college student. If the applicant is a high school student, they should have a letter of acceptance from an accredited university/college or technical college for the Fall of the academic year following high-school graduation. Schools must be in the United States.

Enrollment status in school or college must be full time.

Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Have a minimum of 100 documented hours volunteering in their local community providing care, comfort and service to those in need. These hours can be collected over a period of two years.

How to Apply:

To apply for the HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship, email the following to [email protected] by August 15th.

1. Personal information, including full name, date of birth, mailing address and phone number.

2. Statement or transcript of your most recent GPA (A minimum of 3.0 is required to receive this scholarship.)

3. Documentation to prove volunteer hours competed.

4. An essay of minimum 500 words that speaks about your favorite community service project and how that project changed the way you lived life.

5. Any supporting documents or letters of recommendations from teachers, mentors or advisers that you would like the selection committee to consider.

If all eligibility requirements are satisfied, the recipient will be selected on the basis of their essay and the supporting documentation. The selected recipient of the $1000 scholarship will be notified by email and featured on the Giving Day page on our website by the second week of September.

Meet the Winners of HPFY Scholarship!

2022 HPFY Scholarship

2022 HPFY Scholarship

2022 HPFY Scholarship

Adeleis the winner of our 2022 Make a Difference Scholarship. Volunteering is a passion of Adele's. Since 2020, she has been involved with her town’s Emergency Services department satisfying all training requirements necessary to become an integral team member.

Adam is the winner of our 2022 Beyond Disability Scholarship. Adam has endured and triumphed over several health challenges. He is the recipient of a lifesaving liver transplant and a cancer survivor. He is passionate and has worked to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation and transplantation.

2021 HPFY Scholarship

2021 HPFY Scholarship

Ella Stone and Raymond Beasley

Ella,is the winner of our 2021 Make a Difference Scholarship. Ella has achieved so much at such a young age, and her drive and ambition have already exceeded expectations. Her commitment to giving back has resulted in over 800 hours of volunteerism including tutoring refugee students, and mentoring girls in her community.

Raymond, is the winner of our 2021 Beyond Disability Scholarship. Raymond’s journey is a powerful one, and we are honored to help him achieve his dreams. By the age of 7, Raymond had endured two surgeries and rounds of chemotherapy to eradicate a brain tumor that was threatening his life.

2020 HPFY Scholarship

2020 HPFY Scholarship

Ashley N. Gonzales and Omar Hamza

Ashley, the winner of our HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship, has proven grit and determination can overcome any disability. After three years of trying to diagnose what was wrong with her, she was diagnosed with one of the rarest neuromuscular diseases, Myasthenia Gravis. She took the diagnosis in stride and worked harder to achieve her goals.

Omar, the winner of our HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship, is making a big difference in the world of medicine. His passion, his drive, his dedication, his hard work, his relentless pursuit to improve peoples lives gives our world hope.

2019 HPFY Scholarship

2019 HPFY Scholarship

Baylee Auger and Grace Schuler

Baylee Auger - a young girl who has downs syndrome but the condition has nothing on her ambitions. She has accomplished so much already and with her determination she will go places. Baylee Auger is the winner of the 2019 HPFY Disability Scholarship.

Grace Schuler - a bright young girl who has made a difference in so many kids lives by devoting countless hours to develop and run a life skills coaching program that gave them the necessary skills they needed to succeed in high school and future life. Grace Schuler is the winner of the 2019 HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship.

2018 HPFY Scholarship

2018 HPFY Scholarship

Mikaela Thepvongsa and Leah Richter

Mikaela, the winner of our HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship, has proven grit and determination can overcome any disability. She has bilateral profound hearing loss and a vestibular disorder due to a diagnosis of static encephalopathy in early childhood.

Leah, the winner of our HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship, is making a big difference in the lives of countless under privileged children in US and the world. She has over a 1000 volunteer hours in the last two years. Her mission in life is to help homeless children across the world.

Frequently asked questions

The HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship - Please email the following to [email protected] by August 15. Please be sure to include the following in your submission: your full name, date of birth, mailing address and phone number, proof of enrollment which can be an enrollment certificate or transcript of your most recent GPA, medical documentation to prove your disability, an essay of minimum 500 words that speaks to your personal trials and triumphs in life related to your disability, and any supporting documents or letters of recommendations from teachers, mentors or advisers that you would like the selection committee to consider. Good Luck!

The HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship - Please email the following to [email protected] by August 15. Please be sure to include the following in your submission: your full name, date of birth, mailing address and phone number, statement or transcript of your most recent GPA (A minimum of 3.0 is required to receive this scholarship,) documentation to prove volunteer hours competed, an essay of minimum 500 words that speaks about your favorite community service project and how that project changed the way you lived life, any supporting documents or letters of recommendations from teachers, mentors or advisers that you would like the selection committee to consider.

The HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship - The applicant must be a current high school senior or a college student living with a documented disability. If the applicant is a high school student, then they should be planning to attend an undergraduate program in a 2 or 4 -year university/college or technical college in the fall of the academic year following high-school graduation. The educational institution must be in the United States. Enrollment status in school or college must be full-time or part-time.

The HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship - The applicant must be a current high school senior or a college student. If the applicant is a high school student, they should have a letter of acceptance from an accredited university/college or technical college for the Fall of the academic year following high-school graduation. Schools must be in the United States. Enrollment status in school or college must be full time and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. You must have a minimum of 100 documented hours volunteering in your local community providing care, comfort and service to those in need. These hours can be collected over a period of two years.

The HPFY Beyond Disability Scholarship - A minimum of 500 words that speaks to your personal trials and triumphs in life related to your disability and how it has defined the person you are today.

The HPFY Make a Difference Scholarship – A minimum of 500 words that speaks about your favorite community service project and how that project changed the way you lived life.

Yes! You can apply for a scholarship right through your senior year.

We have a committee dedicated to selecting the scholarship winner. It consists of 5 – 10 HPFY employees who are honored to be part of the selection process and help make your life ambitions a reality. You are truly an inspiration to our team!