In 2007, the Credit Union founded the Northwest United Scholarship Foundation to provide annual scholarships for 8th graders to attend a Catholic high school. To date we have awarded more than $72,000 to deserving students at the following schools:
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic School
Holy Trinity Catholic School
Nativity of Our Lord Catholic School
Shrine of St. Anne Catholic School
St. Bernadette Catholic School
St. Louis, Louisville, Catholic School
Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School
We are proud to offer scholarships in the amount of $2,000 to nurture higher education in the Catholic traditions. If you have any questions, or would like more information on how we can partner with your school, please contact us.
We also host an annual golf outing in August where we receive sponsor support of the Scholarship Foundation through local businesses and partnerships. This year we celebrate our 10th Annual Northwest United Scholarship Foundation Golf Outing that will be held at Hyland Hills Golf Courses- 9650 N Sheridan Blvd, Westminster, CO on Friday, August 11th at 7:30am (shotgun start). Registration will begin at 6:30am.
For more information, or if you're interested in sponsoring please call Seann Dwyer at 303.424.5037 x142
We start accepting Scholarship applications starting February 1, 2017. Click on the button below to learn more and to access the application. We'll announce the scholarship recipients in May.
2016 Scholarship Recipients
Courtney Danis from Holy Trinity Catholic School.
Megan Harvey from Nativity of Our Lord Catholic School.
Ella Chapman from Shrine of St. Anne Catholic School.
Jennifer Nguyen from St. Bernadette Catholic School.
Peyton Frank from St. Louis, Louisville, Catholic School.
Emma Zahller from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School.
Molly and Hannah both attended Shrine of St. Anne's Grade School and Holy Family High School. The family has been parishioners at the Spirit of Christ Parish for more than 20 years, and members of the credit union for more than 15 years.
Catholic Education is a priority for their family. Both Molly and Hannah loved their years at St. Anne's and always knew they wanted to go to Holy Family. Their grandmother and their dad both graduated from Holy Family and it meant a lot to both of them to be third generation Holy Family students. Receiving the scholarship was such a great financial gift to their family. Catholic school tuition is expensive and it was so helpful to have options like the scholarship to help with the first year of tuition.
“It was such an honor to be recognized by the Credit Union for her hard work and good grades,” stated Molly Seaman. “It was really special that employees from the Credit Union took the time to come to the awards breakfast to give me the scholarship. Knowing that my older sister received the scholarship gave me the incentive to work hard and obtain good grades,” said Hannah Seaman.
Currently, Molly is a freshman at Cabrini College in Radnor, PA. She is working on a digital media communications degree with a minor in business. Molly made the Dean's List her first semester and is also being inducted into the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society. She joined the Catholic Relief Services group on campus, is a Cabrini Ambassador and will also be an Orientation Leader next year.
Hannah is a freshman at Holy Family High School and made the honor roll her first semester. She was a cheerleader this year and received a letter for her cheer activities and competitions and an honorable mention for academics. She is in the French club and will be confirmed in April.
“We are proud of the girls and their accomplishments but we are so grateful for their Catholic education because it has made them better people, stronger in their faith and has also given them a passion for service and helping others. Again, we can't thank the Credit Union enough for helping us with their Catholic education with the scholarship you provide,” said JoAnn and Tim Seaman.