Working Together to Improve the Quality of Life for Seniors

Cheryl Wilson Memorial Fund

Cheryl Wilson was an advocate for older adults who devoted many years to helping the poor and elderly of Broward County. Ms. Wilson had completed a term as President of the BCOA when she died of cancer at the age of 58 in 2006. 

In honor of her dedication to Broward’s seniors, the BCOA established the Cheryl Wilson Memorial Fund to provide small grants to persons 55+ years who demonstrate need and the ability to remain solvent after receiving a grant.

Application for Assistance

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Applicant Information

Name of Senior Requesting Support(Required)
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Income

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Grant Request

Please describe your critical need for assistance and means to solvency after this grant.

Application Signature

By signing the application below, the applicant attests to the truthful and accurate statements contained within, that they have not received emergency financial assistance from any other organization in the last 12 months, and that they have completed the application or narrated all their responses to someone who assisted them. In addition, the applicant agrees to allow BCOA to use their “story” (anonymously).
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