Match.com offering $50,000 scholarship to child of online love match

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(May 5, 2014) – Match.com is celebrating 19 years of making matches—and making babies.

The dating website says couples who met on Match.com have birthed more than one million babies. Now, it’s planning to reward one of those children with its “Match Made” scholarship.

The website is offering a $50,000 college scholarship to a 13- to 20-year-old whose parents or stepparents met through Match.com. Eligible offspring can submit a short video telling their parents’ love story. The public will then vote on the finalists.

The scholarship includes a $5,000 vacation for the child’s parents.

More info: MatchMade.com