|The Fund provides scholarship grants to Jewish boys and girls
as they study towards a Bachelor Degree at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Recipients must enroll in the Louis Stein Minor of the Judaic Studies Program.
Let's help save Judaism. Let's help save the State of Israel.
Our organization has been approved by the Internal Revenue Service
as a tax-exempt Public Charity under Section 501(c)3 for the dual purposes of
(1) the advancement of education, and
(2) the advancement of religion (identity, beliefs, values, and culture).
Disclaimer: We are an independent organization and are not affiliated with Drexel
University. Drexel University is not responsible, in any way, for the representations made
by Lester Helmus, this website, or this charity.
|I am Lester Helmus, author and publisher of this website.
I graduated from Drexel in 1952 with a BSChE.
My principal service to Drexel was as Advertising Manager, Business Manager, and
Editor-in-Chief to the Drexel Technical Journal, and
Steward, then President to the Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, Mu Eta Chapter.
Perhaps, you saw me making milkshakes and sandwiches in the Student Union
coffee shop, circa 1947-1948, or washing pots and scrubbing pans in the
Girls Dormitory' kitchen, at breakfast and dinner times.
I receive no compensation for managing this website or administering the Fund.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|This website originated on April 1, 2004 and was last revised on May 8, 2011.
copyright 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. All rights reserved.
|Past Scholarship Winners
Matthew Rosen $3000 (SY 2004-2005)
Haley Silverman $4000 (SY 2005-2006)
Jace Cohen $2000 (SY 2005-2006)
Rachel Schoenholtz $2000 (SY 2005-2006)
Michael Weinstein $2000 (SY 2006-2007)
Nathan Wald $4000 (SY 2009-2012)
Elana DiCristo $4000 (SY 2009-2011)
Melanie Chusid $8000 (SY 2009-2013)
|The KPD Drexel
Mission: To save Israel and to save Judaism