Dr. Scrivner devoted his life’s work to promoting the health of others and was committed to improving the quality of life for all of the citizens of this county. He set an example of how the community, health professionals, and government must work together for the public’s health.
17th Annual Scrivner Foundation Benefit Golf Tournament
To Support Healthy Moms & Babies & Other Public Health Programs
Saturday, September 30, 2023
1:00 pm ~ Shotgun Start
@ The Orchards Golf Club
1499 Golf Course Dr., Belleville IL 62220
4 Person Scramble
To register or learn more, download the PDF brochure using the button below. Fill out the registration form and mail the form and your check to:
Scrivner Foundation Golf Tournament
Attn: Kristy Mullins
19 Public Square – Suite 150
Belleville, IL 62220
Distinguished Service Award and Scholarship Opportunities
Distinguished Service Award Nominations
The Board of Directors of the Willard C. Scrivner Public Health Foundation is pleased to invite nominations for the 2023 Carolyn Chapman Distinguished Service Award (DSA). Named in the honor of Carolyn Chapman, founding member of the Scrivner Foundation Board of Directors, the DSA recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to public health improvement in any community in St. Clair County. 2023 nominations will be accepted through September 2023. Nominees need not live in St. Clair County, but nominations should be based upon their contributions to the county or region.
2024 Public Health Scholarship Program
Dr. Willard C. Scrivner Public Health Foundation Public Health Scholarship Program is open to any graduating high school senior that is a resident of St. Clair County who will be attending an accredited institution. This includes a junior college or four-year university. Under the guidelines of the program, selection of scholarship recipients will be based upon the judging criteria. In keeping with Dr. Scrivner’s lifelong commitment to promoting public health and education, the Foundation hopes to aid educational endeavors in the health field by offering three (3) $1000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have chosen to pursue a health-related field of study.
Deadline for 2024 Public Health Scholarship Award is tentatively set for April 1, 2024.
2024 Dr. Jan Attala Allen Public Health Nursing Scholarship
Dr. Willard C. Scrivner Public Health Foundation sponsors the Dr. Jan Attala Allen Public Health Nursing Scholarship that provides a $1,500 scholarship to a professional nurse who is pursuing, or intends to pursue, an advanced degree (Master’s, Doctorate, Practice Doctorate, or PhD) to help meet the health needs of Southwestern Illinois. The Dr. Allen Public Health Nursing Scholarship is open to any professional nurse pursuing an advanced degree in nursing. Under the guidelines of the program, selection of a scholarship recipient will be based upon the judging criteria.
Deadline for 2024 Dr. Jan Attala Allen Public Health Nursing Scholarship Award is April 1, 2024.
More about the Dr. Willard Scrivner Foundation Board
The non-profit Scrivner Public Health Foundation holds 2 fund-raising events each year, a Spring Trivia Night and a Fall golf tournament. Details on how you can support those events can be found on this website, and monetary donations can be made any time of year. See our Contact info below.
If you have any questions regarding our foundation or programs, please contact us by calling, writing or e-mailing us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you.
- National Alliance of the Mentally Ill
- St Clair County Regional Office of Education
- St. Clair County Health Department
- St. Clair County Mental Health Board
- Southern Ilinois Healthcare Foundation
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration