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FFC Scholarship Award Program

FFC Scholarship Award Program 2018-01-06T18:42:03+00:00

Since being established in 1999, the FFC scholarship award program has distributed 58 scholarships totaling $104,000. The program annually awards post-secondary education scholarships (college or vocational/technical school) to promising students born with a facial difference. High school graduates or students currently attending college who are residents of New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont) are eligible to apply. The Foundation selects award recipients based on their academic performance, extracurricular activities, and community service.

At our Annual scholarship Awards presentation, it is an honor and privilege for those in attendance to share in their accomplishments. FFC is proud to be able to play a small role in helping their dreams to come true as they move through their college experiences. Many of our scholarship recipients return to FFC as volunteers; helping at events, offering support to younger generations and establishing themselves as mentors and role models.

Download Scholarship Application – The applications deadline is March 1

Scholarships

The Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship

The Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to the applicant that shows evidence of strong community service. This scholarship was named to honor FFC past president and board member, Jane McDaid.

The Barbara Seltzer Memorial Scholarship

The Barbara Seltzer Memorial Scholarship

Named to honor Prescription Parents co-founder Barbara Seltzer, this scholarship will be awarded solely to an applicant with cleft lip/palate who has been active in the arts or who will be pursuing a career in the arts.

The Dorothy MacDonald Scholarship

The Dorothy MacDonald Scholarship

Named to honor Dorothy B. MacDonald, RN, this scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who will be pursuing a career in the health profession. Dorothy B. MacDonald, RN, who has dedicated her career to caring for children with craniofacial differences.

The Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship

The Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship

Named to honor Dr. John B. Mulliken, founder of the Foundation for Faces of Children, this scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who demonstrates excellence in academic scholarship and leadership. Dr. John B. Mulliken has devoted his life to working with and improving the lives of children born with craniofacial differences.

2017 Scholarship Recipients

Olivia Hull

The Barbara Seltzer Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Olivia Hull from Hingham, Mass. She graduated from Hingham High School.

Emily Marz

The Dorothy MacDonald Scholarship was awarded to Emily Marz from West Barnstable, Mass. She graduated from Saint John Paul II High School in Hyannis.

Cameron Blanks

The Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Cameron Blanks from Scituate, Mass. He graduated from Scituate High School.

Camryn Berry

The Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship was awarded to Camryn Berry from Livermore, Maine. She graduated from Spruce Mountain High School (SMHS).

Past Scholarship Awardees

Geoffrey Martello

Geoffrey Martello, Medway, MA was awarded the Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship. He is currently enrolled at Harvard University in the pre-medicine track.

Madison Kenny

The Barbara Seltzer Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Madison Kenny from South Hamilton, MA. She graduated from Hamilton Wenham Regional High School.

Bridget Nolan

The Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Bridget Nolan, North Scituate, RI. She graduated from Scituate High School.

Annie Blackburn

The Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Annie Blackburn, Natick MA. She graduated from Noble and Greenough School.

Lucy Davies

The Dotty MacDonald Scholarship was awarded to Lucy Davies, Wrentham, MA. She graduated from King Phillip Regional High School.

Hannah Brown

Hannah Brown, Cape Neddick, ME was awarded the Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship. She graduated from York High School.

Olivia Chaves

Olivia Chaves, Saugus, MA was awarded the Barbara Seltzer Memorial Scholarship. She graduated from Saugus High School where she was active in sports including varsity tennis and the ski and snowboard club.

Nathan Garran

Nathan Garran, Eastham, MA was awarded the Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship. He attended Nauset High School and currently attends the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.

Stacy Rotatori

Stacy Rotatori, Enfield, CT  was awarded the Dotty MacDonald Scholarship. She graduated from Enrico Fermi High School.

Sage Ziemba

Sage Ziemba, Concord, MA was awarded the Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship. She graduated from Concord-Carlisle Regional High School where she was active in sports, participating in cross country, outdoor and indoor track and Nordic skiing.

Cheryl Silveri

Cheryl Silveri, Boston, MA  was awarded the Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship. She graduated from University of Arkansas in 2009 where she majored in Biology and minored in Business.

Mark Powell

Mark Powell, New Boston, NH  was awarded the Barbara Seltzer Memorial Scholarship. He graduated from The Derryfield School in Manchester, N.H.

Olivia Johnson

Olivia Johnson, Billerica, MA was awarded the Jane C. McDaid Memorial Scholarship. She graduated from Arlington Catholic High School where she was active in sports, participating in spring and winter track and serving as captain of her soccer team.

Beshoy Armanios

Beshoy Armanios, Natick, MA was awarded the Dotty MacDonald Scholarship. He graduated from Natick High School where he was active in sports — basketball, football and baseball.

Joseph Levasseur

Joseph Levasseur, Tewksbury, MA – a 2013 Lowell Catholic High School graduate from Tewksbury, Mass., where he was a member of the school’s football and basketball teams as well as their 2013 Eastern Massachusetts Division 4 State champion baseball team.

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2008

  • Brian Pender, Westwood, MA
  • Eric Riklin, Newtonville, MA
  • Edward Strumm, Dorchester, MA

2007

  • Josh Bemis, Plymouth, MA

2006

  • Leah Dion, Nashua, NH
  • Maren Grey, Tewksbury, MA
  • Emily Wood, Maine

2005

  • Brittany Modoono, Lexington, MA
  • Brandon Murphy, Holliston, MA
  • Rachael Ronald, Wilbraham, MA

2004

  • Matthew MacEachern, Wilmington, MA
  • Amelia Potvin, Hampden, ME
  • Gina-Marie Scarpa, Peabody, MA

2003

  • Elizabeth Berry, Bedford, MA
  • Chantal Dewey, Concord, MA
  • Jesse Kristin, Winthrop, MA

2002

  • Kristofor Carlson, Coventry, RI
  • Alex Chappell, Somersworth, NH
  • Sarah Walker, Middlebury, VT

2001

  • Riley Cole, Groveland, MA
  • Aislinn Dewey, Concord, MA
  • Stephanie Henderson, Easton, MA

2000

  • Kara Jackman, Duxbury, MA
  • Tyler Mack, Hanover, MA
  • Alexia Manus, Concord, NH
  • Stephanie Henderson, Easton, MA

1999

  • Laura Ward, Portland, ME
  • Tyler Mack, Hanover, MA