Financial Relief Program
The Orphan Society of America is committed to providing financial relief to individuals orphaned by violence to alleviate temporary financial strain.
The financial relief program is available to orphans of violence and their caregivers, and provides much-needed funds to assist these individuals and their families to begin the process of rebuilding following a traumatic event.
In order to be considered for an OSA financial relief program grant, the applicant is required to:
- be a U.S. resident; and
- have either lost one or both parents to an act of violence.
OSA will provide no more than $2,000 in a 12-month period, and will make payments directly to vendors and service providers.
Click here to begin the application process for a grant from the OSA financial relief program.