New Fund at the Community Foundation Benefits Nursing Students at Ancilla College

WARSAW, IN - Nearly 60 years ago, Savina Kralis received her nurses training from the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in Gary, Indiana. Her education benefited her during the time she served as a nurse, and also as she raised 12 children with her husband, Jerry.

Mrs. Kralis recently established The Savina Kralis Nursing Scholarship Fund to Benefit Ancilla College at the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. By doing so, she wishes to share the blessings she has had with others pursuing nursing.

The fund will enable the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ to provide scholarships to deserving nursing students at Ancilla College. As an endowment fund at the Community Foundation, the principal will be invested and only earnings used for scholarship making.  Due to the nature of endowments, the fund will be managed and invested with the growth and perpetuity of the fund as a goal, allowing scholarships to be made from the fund forever.

Since 1968, Kosciusko County Community Foundation, Inc. has brought caring people and charitable endeavors together for the good of the community. The Community Foundation is a public charity, and gifts made to the Foundation are tax-deductible. For more information about the Community Foundation, visit, call 574-267-1901, or visit our office at 102 E. Market Street, Warsaw.