The EWGA Foundation is the charitable arm of the EWGA dedicated to enriching the lives of women through the game of golf.  It is its own legal entity, supported by the EWGA and funded through member contributions, donors and various fundraising activities conducted throughout the year.  The mission of the EWGA Foundation is to create and fund education and leadership programs for women of all ages.  Towards that end, the Foundation strives to develop educational programs that: improve women’s leadership abilities, self-esteem, and business skills; enable them to serve as mentors to other women and girls; and develop scholarship programs to allow women to pursue educational opportunities.


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The 2014 Women On Par Scholarship Application Period is now open
The "Women On Par® " Scholarship Program is designed to help women over the age of 30 interested in beginning or completing their undergraduate college education. The "Women On Par®" Scholarship, provided by the EWGA Foundation, has been established to provide financial assistance to "nontraditional" female students who need assistance in bolstering their education to allow them to "get on par" with their peers and to advance themselves, whether professionally or personally. 

  • Applicants and scholarship recipients are not required to be EWGA Members. Eligibility requirements include the following:
  • Female, at least 30 years of age
  • U.S. or Canadian Citizen
  • Pursuing a technical/vocational degree, associates, or bachelor's degree. Candidates must be first time applicants to school or returning to complete degree (Individuals who already have a bachelor's or higher level degree are ineligible to apply for this scholarship)
  • Currently enrolled or accepted to an accredited school, college or university
  • Financial need

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Phase 1 Application period for the 2014 "Women On Par® " Scholarship opened on January 1, 2014.

Application forms for the 2014 "Women On Par® " Scholarship are available beginning January 1, 2014 and may be downloaded through April 15, 2014 or until 200 applications are received from qualified applicants, whichever occurs first.  

To be considered a valid submission, completed scholarship application packets must be postmarked by the stated postmark deadline and mailed to the EWGA Foundation via U.S. Postal Service or other authorized carrier (UPS, FedEx, etc.).  Applications must be typed (handwritten applications will not be considered) and may not be submitted electronically or via fax.  For complete submission requirements, please see page 8 of the application form.

The 2014 "Women On Par®" Scholarship Application Form is available for download in either WORD format, for those who prefer to complete the application using a computer (click on the link below to open the WORD formatted application form document to type in your responses on the WORD formatted version of the application form, then print and/or and save the file on your computer), OR as a non-editable PDF file.  

2014 "Women On Par®" Scholarship Application Form (WORD format)

PDF version of the 2014 "Women On Par®" Scholarship Application Form

Frequently Asked Questions About the "Women On Par®" Scholarship 

To make a tax-deductible donation to the general "Women On Par®" Scholarship Program, download an EWGA Foundation donation form here or e-mail us at: foundation@myewga.com.


In the Know

Welcome to 2014!

In 2013, one of the main fundraising goals of the EWGA Foundation was to endow it's Women On Par® Scholarship Fund.  With your help, we are pleased to report that we have indeed met that goal!

In addition to providing scholarships to women
through its Women On Par® Scholarship program, the EWGA Foundation supports LPGA-USGA Girls Golf, funds the development and refinement of the EWGA Golf Education curriculum and provides resources to secure outstanding speakers and programming at the annual conference and in other leadership development settings.  We are all about Women Helping Women and you really CAN make a difference in women’s lives.

Early in 2014, the EWGA Foundation will be publishing, "Teeing Up for Success," a compilation of insights and inspiration from amazing women using golf to achieve their goals.  Look for additional details to be posted soon.


    To make a donation:

    • Follow this link to download a donation form
    • donate online, or
    • Make your check payable to the EWGA Foundation
    • Mail to:
      EWGA Foundation
      300 Avenue of the Champions, Suite 140
      Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
    • Inquiries can be sent to foundation@myewga.com


    2013 EWGA Foundation
    Women On Par®
    Endowment Campaign

    A heartfelt “Thank You!” to the following EWGA Chapters for

    Supporting our Efforts to Endow the Women On Par® Scholarship Fund



    EWGA Long Island, NY 

    EWGA Orange County, CA  



    Palm Beach County, FL


    Atlanta West & South, GA

    Boise Treasure Valley, ID

    Boston, MA

    Cape Fear/Wilmington, NC

    Central Arkansas

    Central Indiana

    Central New York

    Charlotte, NC

    Chicago Metro, IL

    Dallas, TX

    Daytona Beach, FL

    Eastern Shore, MD

    Fort Lauderdale Area, FL

    Hampton Roads, VA

    Lehigh Valley, PA

    Manatee, FL

    Middle Tennessee

    Northern Colorado

    Northern New Jersey

    Orlando, FL

    Palm Springs/Desert Cities, CA

    Piedmont Triad, NC

    Pittsburgh, PA

    San Antonio, TX

    San Diego, CA

    San Francisco, CA

    Seattle, WA

    Sonoma-Marin-Napa, CA

    Tampa Bay Area, FL

    Washington DC Metro

    Westchester, NY

    Thanks also to the following EWGA Chapters for their support of

    the EWGA Foundation Women On Par® Scholarship Fund

    Endowment Campaign

    Northern Nevada, Central Oregon, Kansas City Metro, Des Moines, IA


    Our Community

    Teeing Up for Success to be released in January 2014

    The EWGA Foundation’s
    2014 fundraising efforts include the release of a new book, "Teeing up for Success" - a compilation of stories of insight and inspiration from extraordinary women on how they have used the game of golf to achieve their goals. The book offers over 30 compelling stories of how golf can make a difference in one's life.  From Alice Dye's "Golf:  A Game for a Lifetime, a Lifetime about the Game" to Debbie Waitkus' "Turning Golf into Gold," these stories share their most intimate recollections of how the game has contributed positively to their lives and careers. As Golf Digest editor, Stina Sternberg notes in the foreword of the book, "The EWGA has blown the lid off a well-kept secret.  It's a secret that women have tried to keep close to the vest for decades - one that has given us a leg up with our bosses and clients, put us on the fast track at work and made us closer to our families.  It's a simple secret, really; the power of golf."

    Golf has been an influential tool for many of the book's authors.  From women like Judy Rankin who started playing in their early years to women like B. Camille Williams who took up the game later in life, golf has presented them with countless opportunities.  It has been a door opener in their careers, as well as their personal lives.  They have had the chance to establish many relationships not only personally, but professionally.  Golf has given them equality, credibility, and has opened the lines of communication, allowing for easy conversation and providing a great setting for relaxation and fun.

    Delve into these chapters and enjoy these women's stories of wisdom, courage, faith and success.  Prepare to be inspired by this beautiful compilation woven together by the love of golf.  Published by the EWGA Foundation, the charitable arm of EWGA, "Teeing Up for Success" is set for release in January 2014.  Additional details to be posted soon.


    Looking for the Sweet Spot?
      The EWGA Foundation cookbook has plenty of dessert recipes to tempt you.  From Miss Peggy's Buttermilk Custard Pie and Momma Smoot's Pumpkin Roll to Juanita's Brownies and Gram's Apple Cake, the cookbook is filled with delicious dessert recipes for cakes, pies, cookies and more! 

    The EWGA Foundation's "Recipes for Success - On and Off the Course" is a compilation of over 380 recipes, tips, and games from EWGA members, staff, and friends across the Association.  Not only is it an easy way to contribute to the good works of the Foundation, but it is a great way to try new recipes from throughout the EWGA community!  This cookbook makes a great gift for family members, friends, or Chapter Board members.  To order, visit the EWGA Online Store at ewga.com or click here.


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