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APAP Scholarship Fund

The New Silvers Challenge for the APAP Scholarship Fund

Sally and Robert Silvers

 


Sally Silvers, LA69, the former National APAP Chair, a Leadership Team member, and the chair of the Mid-Missouri APAP Committee, and her late husband Robert, LA66, announced a $50,000 challenge in 2001 to establish the first APAP endowed scholarship fund in honor of Sally's parents, Myra T. and Leroy Kopolow.  APAP members successfully met the challenge.  Two recipients of the scholarship have since graduated from Washington University. 


In fall of 2007, Sally and Robert Silvers pledged an additional $25,000.  The goal of the New Silvers Challenge for the Myra T. and Leroy Kopolow APAP Scholarship Fund is to increase the endowment to $200,000.  By responding generously to this special opportunity, APAP members can make it possible for the university to offer annual scholarships to additional students each year.  Please help us achieve 100% participation.

The APAP Endowed Scholarship provides resources for student support in perpetuity.  It bolsters the university's ability to admit outstanding students who otherwise could not attend, and makes it possible for outstanding candidates to fulfill their potential.  If you are a Washington University graduate, your contribution does even more.  Alumni participation helps boost national rankings for undergraduate programs and encourages additional support from corporate and foundation donors.

To make your gift online, please visit:  https://gifts.wustl.edu and choose "University Programs, Centers & Institutes" under the "Other" category.  Then choose "APAP Endowed Scholarship Fund."  If you would like more information, please contact APAP at (314 or 800) 935-4826.

Josiah Situmeang
"I cannot thank this organization enough for allowing me to have the wonderful opportunity of attending Washington University."
--- Amanda Mendelsohn
Current APAP Scholarship recipient
Class of 2019
Josiah Situmeang
"I am extremely lucky to be a part of the WashU community, which would not be possible without the generosity of the APAP members."
 
--- Josiah Situmeang
Current APAP Scholarship recipient
Class of 2017
Nil Gural
"I feel fortunate not because of a title I received, but because of all the opportunities it presented to me. I am proud to have received this award."

--- Nil Gural
Former APAP Scholarship recipient
Class of 2011

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