Even going into college, there options for students to receive scholarships from their community, businesses, as well as their school's alumnus. According to an online study, it showed that 1.2 million out of 1.8 million graduating students received some sort of scholarship or grant. In the same way, with the large waves of Baby Boomers retiring, communities can partner with different financial services to give back and support the lives of the elderly within their cities. Many colleges are now providing financial aid for Baby Boomers specifically looking to return to higher education, but with this challenge, there is a freedom to dream bigger. With these scholarships, our elderly can have a better quality of life - travelling, paying off debts, fulfilling daily needs, medicine, etc. Each city can plan, allocate, and execute the scholarships in a way that best fits their demographic and economical needs.