Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship

Application Procedure & Deadlines

This scholarship can be used for any program that enhances one’s self-esteem, overall health, leadership skills, areas of interest, development of life skills, and volunteerism. Program examples include: Camp, National Meetings, Educational Programs, Life Skill Classes, Fitness Activities, etc.

How to apply: Fill out the application online or download the paper application and email the application to info@vahemophilia.org.  

» Go Here to fill out the application online

» Go Here to download the paper application

Application Deadline: Most applications can be submitted year-round. VHF must receive the application at least 1 month prior to the start of the program and/or the payment deadline. Applications for programs will be reviewed on an individual basis.

The VHF Scholarship Committee will review applications for national meeting scholarship requests prior to the National Bleeding Disorder Foundation (NBDF) Bleeding Disorders Conference and NBDF Washington Days. Click here for application deadlines. Applications for other meetings will be reviewed on an individual basis.

Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship Recipient Story: Matt Berg

Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship Recipient Story: Soren Johnson

Terry Lamb Scholarship Recipient Story: Max Kaiser

Travel Grant To Attend A National Meeting

If applying for a travel grant to attend a national meeting typical award amounts depend on the availability of travel scholarships offered by the national organization. Contact VHF at 804-740-8643 or info@vahemophilia.org if you have any questions.

VHF Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship awards can be used to cover costs for travel to national meetings. Typical award amounts vary. You will be responsible for all meals and other incidentals. » Go here to learn more about national meetings.

Eligibility & Award

Scholarship Award: Scholarships will be for costs associated with travel and/or attendance to an identified program. You will be responsible for all other fees. Payment will be made directly to the entity OR a receipt must be provided for reimbursement.Documentation of attendance is required.

Scholarship Eligibility: These scholarships were designed for individuals living with an inherited bleeding disorder and their immediate family and/or household members. Applicants must have participated in VHF activities and live in the territorial jurisdiction of VHF; which include the Commonwealth of Virginia, with exception of the following: The cities of Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Herndon, Manassas, Manassas Park, and Vienna and the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudon, Prince William and Stafford

Scholarship Guidelines: Scholarship recipients will be determined through a review process conducted by volunteers on the VHF Scholarship Committee. Scholarships are limited to funding availability and priority/special consideration is given to: First time applicants and those individuals not previously funded by VHF, Individuals diagnosed with an inherited bleeding disorder, Individuals who have volunteered and/or are an active participant of VHF, Those individuals who are clearly able to communicate a need and would benefit from participating in such a program, Applicant’s intention to make effective use of the program (write an article for the newsletter or speak about the experience at an upcoming VHF event).

Scholarship recipients understand that if they are selected, expenses are paid, and then they do not participate in the program or fail to give a valid excuse they may be asked to reimburse VHF for all expenses incurred on their behalf. 

Scholarship Background

Terry Lamb was a long-time VHF Board Member and life-long community member. His incredible motivation and perseverance, as well as his efforts to engage, involve, and encourage the bleeding disorder community led VHF to establish the Terry Lamb Enrichment Scholarship. Terry was born and raised in Lynchburg, VA. He was diagnosed as a young child with severe hemophilia but as anyone who ever met him can tell you he never let his diagnosis get in his way. He was a role model and advocate for active involvement in community programming, regular exercise, healthy diet and good treatment for those living with a bleeding disorder. He lived each moment to the fullest with a huge smile on his face and we are so blessed to have had him in our lives.

Terry Lamb
Terry Allen Lamb – January 11, 1951 – May 29, 2012

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