About The Gibler Team Foundation     

Hi! My name is Walt Gibler and I’m a full time Real Estate Agent at Coldwell Banker West Shell. I am thrilled to announce a Foundation that my Team and I have established. Coming from a family of healthcare professionals, I have grown up in an environment where I have seen firsthand how it takes a village to raise a child. Having attended Our Lady of Victory Grade School, St. Xavier High School and Loyola University Chicago, private education has profoundly shaped who I am today. It is staggering how expensive private schools are but absolutely amazing the sacrifices families make to send their children there!

In real estate, The Gibler Team helps families buy and sell homes in neighborhoods throughout Cincinnati and northern Kentucky and are able to see how unique and vibrant the city truly is. It is no surprise that the New York Times named the Queen City the number 8 place in the world to visit this year. As Cincinnati natives, we want to help do our part to make sure Cincinnati continues to be a world-renowned place to live, work and play. 

The Gibler Team Foundation is a Foundation in which we will give scholarships to children attending private schools who are affected with challenges and disabilities. This year, we are awarding ten scholarships to children with Cancer who are not only surviving but thriving in their everyday lives. These scholarships will be awarded to children who are attending a private school next year (2019-2020). We are excited and eager to help these much-deserved children and lessen the burden of private education on their families.  Last year, we awarded ten scholarships to children with Autism. 

2019-2020 Scholarship Application and Guidelines

Who is eligible:

The student must be attending a private high school or college next year (2019-2020).
The student must either be currently battling cancer or in remission.

What to write about:

Write an essay explaining how you or a family member has been challenged by Cancer and how you/they have thrived despite the challenge.  

Essay guidelines:

Essay must be typed and between 350-450 words.