Assistance League Sierra Foothills’ COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM provides a scholarship to high school seniors who are enrolled in El Dorado County schools and active in community service.  Scholarship recipients may choose to attend a trade school, a community college, or a four-year college/university.

The program began in 2014 with one scholarship award; we now have multiple scholarship awards annually. During the designated submission period, students begin their application process through the website.  Assistance League receives and reviews the applications and then rates and prioritizes the candidates before making a final selection.  Scholarship recipients are notified through their respective schools and given the scholarship during the schools’ award ceremonies.

Since its inception three years ago, the COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM has awarded several thousand dollars in scholarship funds to outstanding local graduates who have enriched and improved the lives of others.


Community Service Scholarship Receipents

2018 Scholarship Award Winners!

thank you from Madeline VanHonsebrouck
2018 Scholarship Awards

Regina Nelson, left, from Ponderosa High School, Linda Lange, center, the Scholarship Committee chairman and Madeline Vanhonsebrouck, right, from Oak Ridge High School were awarded their Community Service Scholarships of $1,000 each on Sunday, April 29. Courtesy photo.

Assistance League of Sierra Foothills recently awarded two Community Service Scholarships of $1,000 each to graduating high school seniors Madeline Vanhonsebrouck from Oak Ridge High School and Regina Nelson from Ponderosa High School. The awards were presented at an ice cream social recognition celebration held on Sunday, April 29, at the home of Assistance League member Mary Helen Fischer.

Assistance League of Sierra Foothills awards these scholarships annually to graduating El Dorado County high school seniors planning to further their education at a four year college or university, community college or vocational/technical/business school. This year’s two recipients have made a positive influence in the lives of others by performing exemplary unpaid volunteer community service.

Neha Patel, the owner of Cold Stone Creamery in Town Center El Dorado Hills, donated the ice cream for the event.

Article Printed in the May 02, 2018 Mountain Democrat edition. 


2016 Cooper Davis, El Dorado High School

2016  Roisin Kery, Oak Ridge High School


2015 Tristin Hunter and Danielle Di Orio, Ponderosa High School

2014  Danay Nipar, Golden Sierra High School

Donations made to the Community Service Scholarship Program are restricted to this program and will enable us to increase the number of scholarships that are awarded on an annual basis.   Thank you for your support!

Mary Helen Fisher, Community Service Scholarship Chairman