Thank you for your response, but your information provided is quite vague and as you did not explain in much detail I will answer what I believe you are asking.
A person or group can make a gift to a school and make it specific for a scholarship or a grant fund at that school. The donor dictates the terms of the gift and if they do not do so then the school can apportion it as they see fit and use it for what they like. When a donor gives money to a scholarship fund specifically, then each school has terms and guidelines that they set up for giving scholarships and grants
The donors can also give endowments or gifts for scholarships or grants to be given out under terms and conditions of the donor and in those cases the donors specify the terms attached to their donation and how those funds will be given out and the requirements.
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