Dr. Richard Grossman Community Fund supports community investments that include:
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley
- The Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital
- A. Richard Grossman College Scholarship Fund
The A. Richard Grossman College Scholarship Fund provides funding up to $2,500 per year to qualified students in the Southern California burn survivor community and to children of first responders. The scholarship is available up to a maximum of 5 consecutive years. Created to provide access to higher education, the A. Richard Grossman College Scholarship Fund grants a deserving student necessary capital to pursue their education goals.
Dr. A. Richard Grossman, Founder of the Grossman Burn Centers said: “We are very gratified to be able to establish this fund to aid burn survivors and children of first responders who otherwise might not be able to further their education. The future recipients serve as a powerful reminder of resilience and optimism.”
The Fund joins a list of essential services provided by the Dr. Richard Grossman Community Foundation.
Power Hour drives positive outcomes for youth in the area of academic success by offering a structured time and place for tutoring and homework help. It helps each child start the school day better prepared and with a sense of confidence and competence.–Mark Elswick, President and CEO,Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley
Thank you so much for supporting Burn Survivor Family Camp again this year! We really enjoyed seeing old friends and being
able to meet new people this year. We really appreciate being able to go to camp. It’s a blessing for our family!
–The Riggs Family
We are still basking in the glow of another fabulous Family Camp weekend. We have already received a phone call today
from one of the campers we met for the first time this weekend and are amazed at how everyone put together the “perfect” camp.
Thanks for including us again this year, it was moving, emotional, exciting, fun, gourmet and every other positive adjective you can think of.
–The Oates Family