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    • Baker Boyer Routing Number– 123300153. Bank Routing number and your account number can be located on your checks as seen in the link.
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      Report Lost Debit Card (1-866-546-8273)
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    • Identity Theft Help – an informative website from the Federal Trade Commission for if you or someone you know has been a victim of identity theft.
    • Budgeting Tool – a basic budgeting tool to help you setup and manage a monthly budget.
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Scholarship & Grants

  • George T. Welch Medical Needs Grant:

    Application

    George T. Welch Medical Grant Guidelines

        1. Financial need is the primary requirement.
        2. Grants will be primarily for expenses not covered by existing programs. Awards will be made on an individual basis.
        3. Grants will be made in two categories:
          1. Single or one-time needs such as a pair of glasses, hearing aids, existing medical bills, etc.
          2. Continuing or on-going needs such as medicine, medical insurance premiums, etc.
        4. Maximum grant to any one person in a calendar year is $1,500.
        5. Applications are due no later than February 15, May 15, August 15 and November 15.
        6. Applicant must be a resident of Walla Walla County or Milton-Freewater, Oregon.

    Note: Primary consideration is given to those whose annual income is less than $8,000.


    For more information contact:

    JT Lieuallen

    Baker Boyer National Bank
    PO Box 1796
    Walla Walla, WA 99362

    (509) 525-2000
    (800) 234-7923
    (509) 522-3136 (fax)

  • George T. Welch Community Grant:

    Application

    George T. Welch Community Grant Guidelines

        1. Grants will be made for the enrichment of Walla Walla County.
        2. Requests will be accepted through July 31st of each year and grants will be awarded in August.
        3. Grants will be limited to a maximum of $ 4,000 in any year.
        4. Requests for a grant must include the total cost of the project and proposed means of funding.
        5. Any beneficiary of a grant may apply for a grant in the following year but awards are generally not awarded to any beneficiary more than twice in a three year period.
        6. A copy of your organization’s IRS Code Section 501(C)(3) Determination letter or an explanation letter of your IRS tax status is required along with your application.

    For more information contact:

    JT Lieuallen

    Baker Boyer National Bank
    PO Box 1796
    Walla Walla, WA 99362

    (509) 525-2000
    (800) 234-7923
    (509) 522-3136 (fax)

  • Milton-Freewater Area Foundation Grant:

    Application

    Milton-Freewater Area Foundation Community Grant Guidelines

        1. Grants will be made for the enrichment of the inhabitants of the Milton-Freewater area and its immediate vicinity.
        2. Request will be accepted throughout the year and will be awarded on a first come first serve basis.
        3. Requests must include the purpose and cost of the project as well as any other proposed means of funding.
        4. A copy of your organization’s IRS Non-Profit Determination letter or an explanation letter of your IRS tax status is required along with your application.
        5. Grants are made for special worthy charitable purposes which can either have non-profit status or are exempt for tax purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
        6. Any grant recipient may apply for funding for the same project in a subsequent year, but such grants will be considered on the same basis as any new application. Applicants should not rely on the Milton-Freewater Area Foundation Trust for continued grants for projects which are considered perpetual.

    For more information, contact:

    Luis Alvarez

    Baker Boyer National Bank
    PO Box 1796
    Walla Walla, WA 99362

    (509) 526-1492
    (800) 234-7923
    (541) 938-5666 (fax)

  • Yancey P. Winans Community Grant:

    Application

    Yancey P. Winans Community Grant Guidelines

        1. 1. Requests will be accepted through March 1st of each year. NO EXCEPTIONS
        2. Grants are made for special worthy charitable purposes which are exempt for tax purposes under Section 501 (c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
        3. Primary consideration will be given to summer programs for Walla Walla Valley children and young people.
        4. Secondary consideration will be given to other charitable purposes.
        5. Grants will be limited to a maximum of $5,000 per year. The grants will be forfeited if not used within the calendar year awarded (unless otherwise approved by the Trust Committee).
        6. Any grant recipient may apply for funding the same project in a subsequent year, but such grants will be considered on the same basis as any new application. Applicants should not rely on the Winans Trust for continued grants for projects which are considered perpetual.
        7. For requests to be considered, you must complete our application and submit required documentation. Failure to do so could result in your application being rejected.

    For more information, contact:

    John Mathwich

    Baker Boyer National Bank
    PO Box 1796
    Walla Walla, WA 99362

    (509) 525-2000
    (800) 234-7923
    (509) 522-3136 (fax)

  • George T. Welch Scholarship:

    Application

    George T. Welch Scholarship Information

    General Requirements for Scholarships from the George T. Welch Trust

    Applications must be completed and received no later than April 1. The College Scholarship Service applications are due to CSS by March 1. A link to download the application is included in the instructions below.

        1. All applicants are required, on an annual basis, to submit the Financial Aid Form to the College Scholarship Service via their Internet address or toll-free phone number and list George T. Welch Trust, Baker Boyer Bank, P.O. Box 1796, Walla Walla, WA 99362 (CSS Code #0254). This part needs to be completed by March 1st. It is vital that we receive this information in our office to assist us in determining your eligibility for a grant. CSS has a registration fee for their service.
        2. Financial need is the primary requirement for a scholarship from the Welch Trust.
        3. Applicant must be a graduate of a Walla Walla County high school.
        4. Grants are available for any three of four years of undergraduate work.
        5. The student’s budget is to be based on school catalog figures. If the student plans to attend a college where the costs run higher than this, the difference is offset by any of the following items: (1) scholarships granted by the school; (2) a work grant from the school; (3) a loan from or sponsored by the school.
        6. The total grant will be paid in August before the school year begins. We will send the grant directly to the college or university after proper documentation is received. However, the college or university will be instructed to return funds if any grading period or subsequent grading period falls below 2.5 GPA.
        7. No grant in excess of $4,000 will be made, except in an unusual or exceptional case.
        8. Grants will be made to married students on an exception basis only.
        9. First-year students will generally be notified of the awarding of grants before graduation from high school.
        10. Grants are made with the understanding that the student will attend school for the full year, as a full-time student, (a minimum of 12 hours). The applicant will be required to sign a statement that a proportionate part of the grant may need to be refunded by the school if he/she drops out of school for any reason or reduces hours to less than 12. The student must contact the Investment Management & Trust Services Division immediately if either situation occurs.
        11. If the student changes his/her plans to attend school or changes schools, the student must notify the Investment Management & Trust Services Division. We have a long waiting list of students who may not be able to attend school without a grant. If the student will not be using his/her grant, he/she should give another student the opportunity.

    Complete applications must be made each year!

    Important

    We urge the student and parents to read this material carefully. It is provided to answer your questions. The General Requirements are especially important. In addition, the following should assist you in making proper plans for the coming school year:

        1. In preparing your final “Statement of Estimated Expenses and Resources” form (enclosed) we encourage you to use your school catalog and common sense. Example: If you attend Walla Walla Community College, use the cost of a nine-month bus pass for transportation rather than the amount listed in the student catalog. Recognize that tuition listed in the school catalog is a firm figure but all other figures are simply estimates. Catalog figures may or may not apply to you and they are simply a guide. The Statement of Estimated Expenses and Resources must be completed and cover the entire school year.
        2. We recognize that you may not have absolute answers for every question when you complete the Statement of Estimated Expenses and Resources but you should be in a position to make reasonable estimates. The purpose of this exercise is for the student to be knowledgeable about his/her own budget and in a position to devote his/her full attention to school having already resolved his/her budget.
        3. If you change your plan about attending school or change schools please notify Baker Boyer Bank. We have a long waiting list of students who may not be able to attend school without a grant. If you will not be using your grant, please give another student the opportunity.
        4. If you must submit your application prior to the date grades are available, the application must include the date grades will be received by the Scholarship Committee (“soon” is not an acceptable date).

    For more information contact:

    JT Lieuallen

    Baker Boyer National Bank
    PO Box 1796
    Walla Walla, WA 99362

    (509) 525-2000
    (800) 234-7923
    (509) 522-3136 (fax)

  • Milton-Freewater Area Foundation Scholarships:

    Application

    Milton-Freewater Area Foundation Scholarships Guidelines

    We urge the student and parents to READ this material carefully. It is provided to answer your questions. The General Requirements are especially important. In addition, the following should assist you in making proper plans for the coming school year:

        1. In preparing your final Budget Form (enclosed) we encourage you to use your school catalog and common sense. Example: If you attend Walla Walla Community College, use the cost of a nine-month bus pass for transportation rather than the amount listed in the student catalog. Recognize that tuition listed in the school catalog is a firm figure but all other figures are simply estimates. Catalog figures may or may not apply to you and they are simply a guide. The Budget Form must be completed and cover the entire school year.
        2. We recognize that you may not have absolute answers for every question when you complete the Budget Form but you should be in a position to make reasonable estimates. The purpose of this exercise is for the student to be knowledgeable about his or her own budget and in a position to devote their full attention to school having already resolved their budget.
        3. If you change your plan about attending school or change schools please notify Baker Boyer, Trust Department. We have a long waiting list of students who may not be able to attend school without a grant. If you will not be using your grant, please give another student the opportunity.
        4. If you must make a special request for the grant prior to the date grades are available, the written request must include the date grades will be received by the Trust (“soon” is not an acceptable date!)

    General Requirements for Scholarships

    Applications must be completed and returned prior to April 13th.

        1. Financial need is the primary requirement for a scholarship grant.
        2. Grants are available for all four years of undergraduate work. Applications must be made each year. Postgraduate request for advanced degrees are also available.
        3. Scholarship Requirement: Entering Freshman – 2.5 for junior and senior years of high school(senior grade point to be based on first semester and third quarter grades). All Students: Grades for each grading period must be 2.0 or above. Funds will be withheld for any period or subsequent period that falls below 2.0. Applicant must be from the Milton-Freewater, OR area.
        4. Budget is to be based on school catalog figures. If you are planning on attending a college where the costs run higher than this, the difference is offset by any of the following items:
          1. scholarship granted by the school;
          2. work grant from the school;
          3. a loan from or sponsored by the school.
        5. First-year students will be notified of the awarding of grants at high school graduation
        6. The total grant may be paid at the beginning of the school year directly to the college or university after proper documentation is received. However, the college or university will be instructed to prorate funds equally over a quarter or semester basis.
        7. Grants are made with the understanding that applicant will attend school for the full year as a full-time student. The applicant will be required to sign a statement to the effect that proportionate part of grant will be refunded if student drops out of school for any reason or reduces hours to less than full-time.

    For more information, contact:

    John Mathwich

    Baker Boyer National Bank
    PO Box 1796
    Walla Walla, WA 99362

    (509) 525-2000
    (800) 234-7923
    (509) 522-3136 (fax)