Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Durham, North Carolina - Feb 28, 2017 - Wearever, an incontinence underwear and health and wellness apparel company, is giving students the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship.
The Wearever ‘Caregivers’ 2017 Scholarship is open to any student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program by Jan. 1, 2018 at any accredited U.S. college, university or institute.
“We are thrilled to offer this opportunity to a deserving student to provide financial aid through our scholarship”
To apply, each candidate must submit an essay of 500 words or less that answers these questions: “Have you ever taken care of a relative or friend with limitations, disabilities, or a relative or friend that was hospitalized? How was that experience and what advice would you give to caregivers going through the same thing?”
“We are thrilled to offer this opportunity to a deserving student to provide financial aid through our scholarship,” said Bob Deerin, founder and CEO of Wearever. “We believe in the power of higher education and are delighted we can contribute to a student pursuing the future of his or her dreams.”
One winner will be announced Jan. 11, 2018. To learn more about the eligibility requirements and guidelines, please visit www.weareverincontinence.com/scholarship/.
To browse all Wearever product lines, visit www.WeareverIncontinence.com. And, follow the brand on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
The Wearever® brand offers comfortable, quality, affordable and stylish apparel solutions for everyday health and wellness concerns. The men’s and women’s underwear line of washable, reusable urinary incontinence panties and briefs is especially beneficial for active individuals who want to continue their normal lifestyle without worry or emotional stress resulting from urinary incontinence. Additionally, Wearever offers incontinence bedding products as well as Buster Brown® socks. Wearever is produced and distributed by Prime Life Fibers®, a Durham, North Carolina-based apparel company founded in 2002 by Bob Deerin.