The Clara and Greg Neyhart Scholarship was established in 2010 to support patients with kidney disease or children of patients with kidney disease.
The scholarship’s last year was in 2022 and is no longer active. Please see below for past recipients.
July, 2021 – We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Neyhart Scholarship to be Brady Warlow, and Brannon Stanfield.
Brady Warlow is a young man whose father has suffered from kidney disease. Brady also has his own physical challenges, and he is studying theatre at Appalachian State University. Brady would like to work in the theater and film industry, and own a production company in the future, while advocating for persons with disabilities working in theater and film.
Brannon Stanfield is a young man whose mother has kidney disease, and she has been Brannon’s primary model of perseverance through adversity while seeking higher education. Brannon plans to study graphic arts at Livingstone College, and use those skills to design products that raise funds for Lupus and Kidney Transplant research.
We are proud to assist these young men in their educational pursuits. Congratulations to you both.
Past Scholarship Recipients Include:
2020 – John Arthur “Artie” Stewart, Brady Harrison Warlow, Latoya Loftin, Jamison McMurray, Noah Johnson
2019 – Sheila White, Bryan De Jesus Munoz, LaToya Loftin, Miracle Holder, and Zabrina Hice
2018 – Michael Elswick, Joshua Rhoades, and Danielle Thornton
2017 – Jacob Keefer and TJ White
2016 – Morgan Peek and Jhamiya Poole
2015 – Jonathan Paluck and Laura Richmond
2014 – Sarah McBride
2013 – Kaysha Lampkins
2012 – Angelica Lieth
Clara Neyhart has devoted her nursing career to the care of patients with kidney disease. Greg Neyhart is a college professor in chemistry. Clara and Greg believe that education often provides the means to reach goals and move forward out of life’s struggles. Kidney disease can be a life-long challenge. The healthcare team provides physical and emotional support needed for healing. The patient, however, must have the courage to face altered dreams, work plans and relationships, in addition to the illness. New goals and future plans are essential to maintain hope and move forward.
In this spirit, Clara and Greg Neyhart have established this scholarship to encourage and support education for people with kidney disease. It is Clara and Greg’s hope that this scholarship will provide the first step for many people toward defining their future, in spite of, rather than because of their kidney disease.
Neyhart Scholarship is awarded annually to a North Carolina resident attending a North Carolina based educational institution (university, community college or vocational/technical school).
Award is available to applicants with kidney disease, kidney transplant or to children of parents with kidney disease or transplant. First priority is given to kidney patients.