Scholarships for LGBT Students in Washington State

Goal: $ 230000

No of Donation: 23

 

 

Goal: $ 230000
Amount Raised: $ 1160
Remaining : $ 228840
No of Donation : 23
Category : Education
Url : http://thegsbascholarship.org/
Contact Number : 2063639188
Address : 400 E Pine St
State : Seattle
City : WA
Country : US
Zipcode : 98122

Challenge

The cost of a college education is rising at an alarming rate. Financial aid is shrinking. College graduate are faced with overwhelming student loan debt. And still today, in 2013, LGBTQ students still have little to no family support. These students have the ability and drive to be successful in college, but do not have the money or support to go to college.

Solution

GSBA Scholarship Fund Mission To invest in the education of a diverse group of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allied students who have the capacity and vision to be the next generation of leaders working to create a better world for all. GSBA Scholarship Fund Vision Diverse leaders who have the vision, compassion and capability to solve global issues and secure human rights for all.
The GSBA Scholarship Fund supports Washington State lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and allied students who exhibit leadership potential, demonstrate strong academic abilities and who are actively involved in school and community organizations. We realizes that today's students are tomorrow's leaders and are committed to supporting our community's future leaders by providing financial resources, role-modeling and hope to outstanding LGBT students.

Long-Term Impact

The effect of investing in the next generation of leaders goes behind the individual scholar and increases the well-being and productivity of the entire community. Our scholars represent a diverse group of students who have dreams of making our community and the world a better place; and each of them possess the skills, talents and dedication to make those dreams a reality. We expect to fund upwards of 40-50 scholars per year.

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