Established in 1994, The Builders’ Association Scholarship Foundation uses investment income from the scholarship endowment fund to create scholarships for outstanding individuals preparing for a career in construction within the area served by the Association. Through members’ generous donations, the fund now exceeds $1,000,000. The Foundation currently supports the following 24 Perpetual Named Scholarships which are fully-funded with contributions of $25,000 or more: Jeff Ammon Memorial; George Betts, Jr. Memorial; Patricia A. Carroll; V.S. DiCarlo Memorial; JE Dunn, Sr.; John & Jill Dunn; Firebaugh Construction, Inc.; Fogel-Anderson Construction Co.; Grand Construction; Jene Hayes/Hayes Drilling, Inc.; A.L. Huber General Contractor; James L. Hutton, Sr./William W. Hutton Memorial; James L. "Skip" Hutton, Jr.; International Builders - IBC, Inc.; Kelly Construction Group; McCownGordon Construction, LLC; Murray Company; Phillip W. Moore Memorial; Pearce Construction Company; PCI; Rau Construction Company; Senter Family; George J. Shaw Construction Company; Kenneth O. von Achen Memorial
Update: The Scholarship Foundation Board is currently reviewing over 100 applications for these 24 scholarships. Applicants will be notified in mid to late January and awardees will be invited to the Annual Banquet on February 22, 2019. Applications for the next round of scholarships will be made available on this website in August 2019.
Donate to the fund
In 1990, The Builders’ Association Board of Directors approved a recommendation to create The Builders’ Association Scholarship Foundation. Since that time, scholarship investments have helped many talented young people in their efforts to gain an education in construction-related fields. Many of them are now building a future in the construction industry. The Board of Directors encourages you to be a part of this wonderful endeavor by contributing to the Foundation. Every contribution is an investment with substantial and long-term dividends.
The Builders’ Association Educational and Scholarship Foundation is recognized as a publicly supported organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. As such, donors who contribute to the Foundation may deduct their contributions as provided in Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
If you would like to contribute to The Builders' Association Scholarship Foundation, please contact Tony Drees for more information.