This scholarship was established by Brian M. Day in 1993 to support Puget Sound area gay men of color who have significant financial need and demonstrate activism in the LGBTQ community and in communities of color. Words about the Creator: Brian M. Day was born in Seattle on May 6, 1960. He was raised in
Pride Foundation Regional Scholarships for residents of areas outside of King County where Pride Foundation is working to enhance the leadership of the LGBTQ and ally community: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Eastern Washington, and Northwest/Southwest Washington.
Robert R. Bergis & Theodore W. Rosenberg Scholarship for Montana and Washington residents, or any student going to school in California, with significant financial need.
Cole Family Scholarship for Washington residents under age 25 raised by one or more LGBTQ parent.
City of Trees Scholarship for residents of Treasure Valley in Idaho.
Barbara Bailey Scholarship for lesbians who are residents of Washington.
AIDS Project Snohomish County for residents of Snohomish County, Washington whose lives have been impacted by HIV and/or where HIV-related service encompasses their educational and professional goals.
Walker-Solveson Scholarship for junior and senior undergraduate students of any four-year institution whose significant financial need will cause disruption or possible discontinuation of their studies.
Trans* Identified Scholarship for current and future trans* identified student leaders and role models.
Pride Foundation Community Scholarships for students who lack a broader LGBTQ community support system, demonstrate leadership and leadership potential on LGBTQ issues, face additional barriers to educational access (especially LGBTQ students of color, transgender students, LGBTQ immigrant students, LGBTQ youth aging out of foster care, and students who have experienced homelessness, poverty, or isolation due to