Easy to Win Scholarships: No essay or GPA minimum

Easy to Win Scholarships: No essay or GPA minimum

If you are concerned about issues such as bullying, cruelty to animals, or teen pregnancy, among other issues, there's a scholarship for you. a nonprofit organization that encourages young people to become interested in the issues that affect them and take action to effect change, has thousands of dollars available in different scholarships that can help you pay for college. No essay or minimum GPA is required to win!

If you are concerned about issues such as bullying, cruelty to animals, teen pregnancy, or texting while driving, among other issues, there's a scholarship for you.

Why should you Do Something? Because apathy sucks

1) $10,000 Clothes Recycling Scholarship: The vast majority of fabric can be recycled, yet 85% of textiles made each year ends up in landfills. That’s 11.1 million tons, or the equivalent of over 70 Billion t-shirts.

Sign up for Comeback Clothes to collect old and worn-out clothes in your school and communities and drop them off at your local H&M store to help save precious resources.

Submit a photo of the clothes you collected to be entered to win the Comeback Clothes Scholarship.

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No minimum GPA. No essays required.

Start Date: March 18th, 2014

End Date: June 20th, 2014

Value: $10,000

2) $7,500 Fight Hunger in Your Community Scholarship: 49 million people lived in households without enough food to eat in 2012. When they turn to food banks for assistance, peanut butter is one of the most requested items. is offering $7,500 scholarship to a student that collects food for their local community.

To qualify for the $7,500 scholarship, collect 10 jars of peanut butter, jam or any other non-perishable and submit a photo of them to For every ten items donated, you are entered into the lottery once, no limit on the number of entries you can earn.


No minimum GPA. No essay required.

Start date: 2/19/2014

Deadline: 5/15/2014

How Much: $7,500 scholarship

3) What Would You do to Save Money Scholarship, $3,000, one winner: What would you do to save a few bucks? Share's  Would You Rather game and you and your friends will be put in hilarious situations to save money, but also get some real money saving tips along the way. To be eligible for the $3,000 scholarship, invite 6 friends to play with you  here End Date: April 3, 2014

4)  Financial Education Scholarships, $7,500, three winners: Run a financial education workshop for your friends and you'll be entered to win a $7,500 scholarship. 3/4 teens don't know enough about personal finances. Arm your friends with mad money skills by running a workshop to teach them. Sign up here  and we'll give you 3 pre-made workshops to chose from. Everyone who runs a workshop, and tells us about it, will be entered to win a $7,500 scholarship. End Date: June 19, 2014

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