If you come from a community that’s been underrepresented in the fundraising field – particularly people of color, the LGBTQ+ community (especially transgender and gender-diverse people), religious minorities, people living with disabilities, and fundraisers for small or rural organizations – you have until Friday, Dec. 4 at 7:00 p.m. to apply.
The benefits of being a scholar include a one-year Advancement Northwest membership, admission to professional development programs such as the Annual Conference and National Philanthropy Week, and the option to be paired with a mentor. No matter where you are in your fundraising career, you’re encouraged to apply for this scholarship if you’re eager for the opportunity to engage in the sector and connect with colleagues and peers.
Applicants will be notified either by phone or email of their status during the week of December 7. If accessibility is a concern in completing this application, accommodations are available by contacting Sarah Anderson at email@example.com.
Scholarships run from January to December 2021.