Serving our community
Dedicated to the Corridor
Dedicated to the Corridor
We don’t just talk about community support – we live it. From our cooperative business model to our philanthropic giving, we’re proud to support the Eastern Iowa community.
Iowa Communications Alliance Member Scholarship (ICA) – The ICA has two $2,500 scholarships to be awarded to a student whose parent or guardian is currently employed by or serving as a director of an Iowa Communications Alliance Active Member Company. This application is also open to any student who is a current employee of an ICA Active Member Company. New for 2022, the ICA has expanded the applicant eligibility to include both high school seniors and current full-time undergraduate college/university students who will be continuing their undergraduate education in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) – FRS awards up to 30 one-time scholarships of $2,500 to students from rural America for their first year of college. FRS funds $2,000 of the scholarship and South Slope funds an additional $500.
Aureon – The Aureon Scholarship Program is for students pursuing a STEM-related course of study. High school juniors and graduating seniors in the 2021-2022 school year with a minimum 3.33 GPA and who live in a home with active phone, internet or TV from an Iowa Independent Telecommunications Company are eligible. Scholarship awards range from $1,000- $3,000 and will be offered to students who have outstanding academic and achievement records.
South Slope & Aureon Grants
South Slope and Aureon are proud to offer a charity grant program available to any nonprofit in the South Slope service area. Awards range from $250-$1,500 from Aureon and South Slope will match up to $1,000. Grants are awarded quarterly and the decision on grant awardees and amounts are made by an independent Aureon Charity Grant Committee. Grant funds cannot be used to cover operating expenses and must be used toward a tangible item.
The Foundation for Rural Service
The Foundation for Rural Service provides grants for programs in rural communities served by NTCA members, such as South Slope. The grant supports local efforts to build and sustain a high quality of life in rural America. Applicants may request grants in the range of $250 to $5,000. Grant applications are available mid-year on the FRS website.
South Slope is proud to give back to our communities. We are happy to support schools and local nonprofits in the communities we serve through monetary and in-kind donations. South Slope remains focused on giving to organizations whose mission falls into the following areas: education, arts and culture, wellness, economic development, community safety, and environmental awareness.
All donation requests need to be made using the online form. If you have additional paperwork to submit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests may require up to 30 business days for review, approval and processing.
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