Imagine what a scholarship could do for YOU!

Community Partners:

A special thank you to our community partners for supporting our mission:

Women's Club of Central Kentucky
Bluegrass Junior Woman's Club
Wabi Sabi Threads
J Renders BBQ
Puccini's Smiling Teeth
HIGH on Art and Coffee
Coffee Times
A Cup of Commonwealth
North Lime Donuts
Donut Days
Good Foods 
More Than A Bakery 

The Lane Team at Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty
Debra Hensley State Farm Agent
Bethany Hicks State Farm Agency
Caitlin Mittle, Realtor at Re/Max Elite Realty

Fayette County Bar Association – Women Lawyer’s Section
Fayette County Bar Foundation 
First Federal Savings Bank of Kentucky
Bank of the Bluegrass 
UK Federal Credit Union
Peoples Exchange Bank
Members Heritage Credit Union
Jim Richardson, Morgan Stanley
John T Lane and Associates, LLC

Lexington Rotary Club 
Kiwanis Club of Lexington 
Marksbury Family Foundation 
Murry Foundation 
UK Healthcare
RJ Corman Railroad Group
Momentum Construction
C and C Industrial  

Clark Energy Cooperative
Bluegrass Energy
Erie Insurance 
Kathryn Hansen 

Our board members and all donors 

Third Annual 2022 Scholarship Reception Sponsors:
Bank of the Bluegrass- Food Sponsor

Traditional Bank
UK Healthcare
Murry Foundation
C and C Industrial
Wildcat Moving
Momentum Construction
Clark Energy Cooperative, Inc.
FCBA Women Lawyer's Association
Realtor at Re/Max Elite Reality-Caitlin Mittle
Bluegrass Energy
Debra Hensley State Farm Agent
First Federal Savings Bank
More Than A Bakery 
Fayette County Bar Foundation 


Closes: March 1 

"Having an additional scholarship would have been helpful in me obtaining the basic necessities like food, paying for my books, etc."

— Trisha Clement Montgomery

Who We Are & What We Do

First Generation Women Achievers of the Bluegrass (FGWAB), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to empowering first generation female students who are currently enrolled at the University of Kentucky, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, and Transylvania University and who are identified as the first in their families to earn a college degree, to further their education through financial assistance and mentoring opportunities/ programs.