There are a broad variety of Award/Grant/Scholarship opportunities available for persons with Multiple Sclerosis and/or members of their families. *Award, is to confer or bestow as being deserved or merited or needed *Grant, is to bestow or transfer formally-in-aid *Scholarship, is a grant-in-aid to a student.

Elaine Chapin Fund
"this scholarship will provide funds to support the post-secondary education of students impacted by multiple sclerosis, either directly or as a family member"
academic scholarship program for 2016. Three winners will each receive $2000 to will cover their academic expenses for the 2016 academic year"
"Infoparrot is glad to announce that it has launched its scholarship program for 2015. The winners of the scholarship will receive $1,250 for their educational expenses for the academic year."
College Scholarships
"Students who are afflicted with a disability personally or have a family member with a disability."
Grant Benefits and Opportunities
"The purpose of college grants is to make educational funds however minimal, available to financially needy students to help defray the cost of a college education."

MS Scholarship
"the first organization, dedicated to the disease Multiple Sclerosis, to award scholarships to students. One or two $500.00 scholarships are awarded annually at each high school involved to seniors who raise the most funds for MS" Scholarship
“Awards two $500 scholarships each year.”
information about scholarships and fellowships for students with disabilities"
EZ Grant Money for the Disabled
"Government agencies and Private foundations provide a wide range of grants and funding for people with disabilities to best meet your needs"

MSU Libraries
"a listing of grants from individuals, nonprofits, to business"
Fighting back Scholarship Program
"recognize and provide financial assistance for post-rehabilitative exercise to individuals who have suffered a life changing illness or injury"

Through the Looking Glass
"Offers college scholarships to high school seniors or graduates who have at least one parent who is disabled"