John Maloney Endowed Named Scholarship



This Endowed Named Scholarship has been created to honor John F. Maloney for his support of caddies and the Evans Scholars Foundation. The Scholarship supports the Evans Scholars Foundation Endowment Fund, which helps ensure the financial future of the Foundation.

John Maloney was a longtime supporter of youth caddies and guided many young men and women in their pursuit of a high-quality college education. A member of the WGA’s Board of Governors, he served as a WGA Director at Tuckaway Country Club in Franklin, Wisconsin and Blue Mound Golf & Country Club in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

Donors are encouraged to consider the gift type that meets their personal situation. Current gifts are those generally payable over three to five years, typically including cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate and other property.

Deferred gifts, such as bequests and other estate-type gifts, are welcome, and the valuation of such gifts will be considered individually. Please make checks payable to the Evans Scholars Foundation.The Evans Scholarship is a full tuition and housing college scholarship for golf caddies. Since 1930, more than 10,400 men and women have graduated as Evans Scholars. 

Please make checks payable to the Evans Scholars Foundation. 

To make a multi-year gift of $5,000 or more, please download and complete the John F. Maloney Endowed Named Scholarship Pledge Commitment.

To make a one-time gift, please click the button below.

Questions? Contact Ryan Jones, Director of Development, at 224-260-3741 or jones@wgaesf.org.

 

Chick Evans (second from right) with two caddies and PGA TOUR pros, Walter Burkemo
and Horton Smith, during filming of an Evans Scholars promotional video in 1949.