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When a child dreams,

we answer.

 
 
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Qualifications

Dreams provide hope and inspiration to children and their families during the most difficult times. The Dream Factory is always looking for children who live in the Greater KC area who are in need of help in living out their wildest dreams. To find the chapter nearest to you, you can visit the Dream Factory National Headquarters website.

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Refer a Child

Do you know a qualifying child in the Greater KC area that needs some joy? Please contact us to get the referral process started. To get started, please complete this form online or Download the Dream Factory of Greater Kansas City Child Referral Form. Anyone can nominate a child for a dream - parents, family friends, physicians and nurses, teachers - the process is simple.

The Dream Process

There are four steps to having a dream come true. Granting a dream is more than creating a moment of a lifetime. It serves as an opportunity of inspiration for children to continue with often times difficult medical treatments and gives them hope for a better tomorrow.

 
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Larry Moore Scholarship

In May of 2000, the Dream Factory of Kansas City began a College Scholarship Program in honor of Larry Moore.  In 2019, five $3,000 College Scholarships will be available for prior dream recipients who are either college-bound or currently enrolled in college.

 

Any high school senior or college student who has previously received a dream from the Dream Factory and can show evidence of scholastic ability and leadership qualities is eligible to apply for the Larry Moore Scholarship.  This scholarship is to be used at any accredited post-high school institution or four year college of his or her choice. You may only receive the Larry Moore Scholarship once (previous winners are not eligible to reapply).

 

The Scholarship Application must be completed in its entirety and include:

Scholastic Aptitude Test Score or American College Testing Program Score

Accumulated GPA of at least 3.0 through seven semesters of high school

Listing of school activities that indicate leadership, responsibility and character

A 300-word essay on “What the Dream Factory Means to Me”

Any supplemental information that would be helpful to the Committee

 

Application deadline: May 15th, 2019

Please click to fill out the form below or download it here: Larry Moore Scholarship Application