Federal Credit Union Offers Three $1000 Scholarships to High School Seniors
Chesterfield Federal Credit Union (CFCU) has announced
they will offer the Charles R. Quaiff, Sr. Memorial Youth Scholarship to three
local high school students. Each scholarship is worth $1,000 towards college
The Charles R. Quaiff Sr. Memorial Youth Scholarships are
awarded based on academic achievement, school and community service, and a
written essay on the differences between credit unions and other financial
institutions. Eligibility to apply extends to graduating seniors who are
members or who have a parent who is a member of CFCU. In the fifteen years that the scholarship has
been awarded, CFCU has awarded over $47,000.
Applications for the Charles R. Quaiff Sr Memorial Youth
Scholarship are now available for download online.
The Charles R. Quaiff
Sr. Youth Memorial Scholarship is named in honor of Charles R. Quaiff Sr., one
of the first ten members of CFCU.
He served as President
of the credit union from 1963 to 1983 and served on the Credit Union’s Board of
Directors for 27 years. Mr. Quaiff was also Chairman of the Chesterfield
County-Colonial Heights Board of Social Services and retired Superintendent of
Billing and Accounting for the Chesterfield County Department of Utilities. Mr.
Quaiff is also considered the model for "passing on” the importance of credit
unions to families and communities, especially our younger generations. He
passed on his love of credit unions to his son, Charles Quaiff, Jr. who now
volunteers on CFCU’s Loan Audit/Delinquency Committee.
For more information visit our scholarship page.