The Foundation strives to provide educational opportunities to individuals in our community who hold themselves to high personal and academic standards and who have exhibited leadership qualities.

The Foundation will support a broad spectrum of educational programs, including, but not limited to, the arts, sciences, and athletic programs.

The Foundation will also support programs for at-risk children, special needs individuals, and children whose lives have been touched by alcohol abuse.

Application Procedures:

-To request scholarship packets or grant applications, please email the Foundation or download them below.

-The deadline for scholarship applications is February 1st with notification of awards in April.

-Grant applications are evaluated once a year. Grant applications must be submitted by October 1st with notification of awards in December.

-Applicants will be notified in writing within 60-75 days of application deadline.

-Only complete and legible applications accompanied by required documentation will be considered.




JPFF Scholarship Application

JPFF Grant Application

Grants/scholarships will be awarded to organizations and students from Jefferson County, KY and adjacent counties only.

College Scholarships will be awarded to:

-High school seniors currently enrolled in a Catholic, Private or Independent school

-Students planning to attend/attending an accredited undergraduate institution

-Students with a minimum 2.75 GPA

Applicants should request a scholarship packet. The completed packet with all required documentation must be received by the specified deadline. Additional documentation may be required for the renewal of the scholarship if awarded for more than one year.

Scholarships are also available to students who wish to attend an academic or athletic training camp. Please inquire with the Foundation for more information.

Renewal requirements for scholarship winners:

Awards are renewable each year as long as students maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 and they have no infractions on campus.

After each academic year, a scholarship recipient must submit:

-Current transcript

-Proof of enrollment

-A signed letter from a Dean or Advisor stating that they are in good standing without any drug or alcohol infractions on campus.

These items should be sent in by July 1.


Grants will be awarded to:

-Nonprofit organizations with 501(c)(3) status.

Grants will not be awarded for political purpose.




Clink on an application below to download.