EL CAMINO REAL
DISTRICT NO. 20
Letter of program
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Spearheaded by several dedicated
members of the AHEPA family, the dream of a scholarship
program was realized in 1959. Members of the AHEPA family
were given piggy banks and
asked to save a penny a day.
Thus, the program became known as the Piggy Bank Fund – a
still in use today.
The Scholarship Fund began
awarding scholarships in 1963 from the income generated each
from these donations. As the fund continued to grow,
the decision to incorporate was made in
better reflect our tax-exempt status, the corporation’s name
was changed to El Camino Real
District No. 20 AHEPA
Scholarship Foundation in 1995. As a tax-exempt foundation,
number of scholarships awarded is based upon the
amount of interest derived from investments.
Scholarship Foundation takes the stewardship of investments
Investments are professionally managed in
conservative financial investments. The foundation’s
is to provide a scholarship for every qualified applicant.
Perpetual scholarship funds are established when a donor, or
group of donors, deposits cash or
securities with the
AHEPA Scholarship Foundation.
The Scholarship Foundation
is asking all members of AHEPA, Daughters of Penelope, Maids
Athena, Sons of Pericles and Friends to donate a
minimum of $100 per year for the next ten years.
called the “500 / 10 / 100” Program ($100 for 10 years by
If you are able to give more, the
Scholarship Foundation will be appreciative. If
circumstances are such that at this time you are unable to
make this level of commitment, the
still will be grateful for any participation you can manage.
Your generous donation will help the Scholarship Foundation
continue to grow the existing
This then will generate a larger amount of interest, thus
more student scholarships.
Should you have
any questions, please call Scholarship Foundation President,
Brent Noyes at