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Welcome to the 2024-2025 MSACP Scholarship Application Process! 


In 2024, the MSACP awarded $48,000 in scholarships to military-connected children and spouses pursuing postsecondary education!


This year there is only one (1) essay for applicants to write. Scores will be based on the responses received on both the application and the essay.  Essays will be graded on: proper formatting, organization, execution, and content of response. Applications and Essays must be submitted by 11:59 pm on the date to be announced, to be considered for a scholarship this year.

Please Note: If you are a High Schooler or Spouse applying for a Vocational/Trade/Junior College please fill out that application, NOT the High School or Spouse Application and Essay.


Application Period: Please Check Back for the 24-25 Scholarship Application Dates


Individuals whose sponsors are active-duty members of the United States Marine Corps, Navy, (or any of the sister services) currently stationed aboard Camp Pendleton may apply. The sponsor may be an officer or enlisted. If the applicant’s sponsor is a retiree, the retiree must have been honorably retired from the United States Navy or the United States Marine Corps by the time the scholarship application is submitted. Individuals whose United States Navy or United States Marine Corps sponsor is deceased may also apply.

For all applicants, both the sponsor (active duty or retired) and applicant (whose sponsor is active duty, retired, or deceased) must live

within a 50-mile radius of Camp Pendleton.


Please direct any questions or requests for information via email to the Scholarship Committee Chair at

High School Senior
Military Spouse
Full-Time Undergraduate
Vocational/Trade or Junior College

Community Enrichment Grants

In 2024, the MSACP awarded $27,000 in grants to 20 non-profit organizations that support our military service members and families here at Camp Pendleton.  

The Military Spouse Association of Camp Pendleton is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization composed of spouses of active duty and retired military service members stationed at or living near Camp Pendleton. The MSACP raises charitable funds through various fundraising events throughout the year. Grants are awarded in May of each year to non-profit organizations that directly benefit the military community of Camp Pendleton.  

Organizations must demonstrate a non-discrimination policy regarding staff, employment, governing board, and service delivery on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or national origin. 

Applications Period: Please Check Back for the 24-25 Grants Application Dates

If you have any questions, please email the Community Enrichment Grant Committee Chair at for more information.

2024 Grant Application

2022 Community Grant Recipients

American Academy of Pediatrics

Reach Out & Read,

Camp Pendleton

Homefront America


Marine Corps League, South Coast Det

Programming for Single Marine Program

USO Camp Pendleton

Make a Friend Coffee & Craft Program

Blue Star Families, San Diego Chapter 

Welcome Events for Camp Pendleton Families

Ivey Ranch Park Association

Therapeutic Equestrian Riding Program

Military Showers of Support

Baby Shower for 2/4 and 13th MEU Marine families

Veterans Art Project

16-Week Ceramics Course (Fall 2022)

Camp Pendleton

Operation Little Learners

Knights of Heroes

Gold Star Family Youth Summer Camp


Grief Support Resources

Wounded Warrior Homes, Inc

Food Pantry for Veterans & Families

Coastal Roots Farm

Fruit / Vegetable Growth for Low Income Military Families

Leadership Education Seminar (LES)

Fall and Spring Leadership Seminars

United Through Reading

Pre-Deployment / Deployment Reading/Recordings

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