Children’s Education Fund

Women for Aryan Unity – Children’s Education Fund (on hold)

Our cultural heritage is being threatened with destruction, not only from the Government and immigrants but by our own neglect, carelessness and obsession for material gain. The protection of our cultural heritage is essential for our survival; its preservation should not be reduced to empty words and meaningless gestures. Our children are becoming culturally bankrupt and homeless in terms of ethnic identity. We need to allocate the time to teach our children about their cultural heritage so that they may be able to pass it over to the next generation.

WAU believe it is very important that our children do not lose their cultural Identity so therefore we would like to offer three of our children a partial scholarship to help with the increasing costs of education.

Any Organisations or Individuals that would like to help us sponsor this fund can email us at for details. We would like to be able to offer this scholarship on a yearly basis but that will depend on sponsorship. .


Scholarship fund


Download Application Form

All submissions become the property of WAU and awards are made at the sole discretion of WAU.

The deadline for submissions will be April 20th. The students deemed most deserving will receive the scholarship by mid May 2013.

5 – 8 year olds to draw a picture relating to their heritage – Prize $200 + a hardcover copy of Grimm’s complete fairytales.

9 – 12 year olds to write a short story about their heritage – Prize $200 + a hardcover copy of Norse Mythology

13 – 17 year olds to write a 500 word essay on the importance of keeping our culture/heritage alive. Prize $500

Plagiarized essay content will disqualify an applicant; essays must be your child’s own original thoughts and writings.

Drawings to be your child’s own.


Please email submissions to


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