Dr. Benjamin G. Vasquez Scholarship for students pursuing advanced health care degrees (medicine, public health, and/or community health) with a preference given to LGBTQ students of color, students who are Transgender/Gender Queer, or students who are from rural areas or plan to practice in rural communities.
Wells Fargo Supplier Diversity Scholarship Fund: Wells Fargo wishes to recognize and support an LGBTQ student who is from or attending a school in Washington or Oregon, and who is majoring in supply-chain management or focusing their studies on entrepreneurship.
Political Leadership Scholarship for students studying law, political science, public policy, or public administration with the goal of improving rights for LGBTQ people. Preference is given to LGBTQ students of color and low-income or first-generation college students.
Davis Wright Tremaine Scholarship for Oregon Residents pursuing a juris doctorate at an American Bar Association Accredited law school.
Inland Northwest Business Alliance (INBA) Scholarship for residents of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.
Pride of the Rose Scholarship for Oregon residents in Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, or Columbia Counties or Washington residents in Clark county.
Jessica Dolin Memorial Endowment Scholarship for Oregon or Clark County, Washington residents pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
Lenehan-Warn Technical Education Scholarship for Oregon and Washington residents attending an accredited technical school/program.
Group picture from the Whidbey Island Giving Circle picnic in 2014 The Whidbey Giving Circle (WGC), a fund of Pride Foundation, invests in organizations that support the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community on Whidbey Island. Since its founding in 2007, we have quietly awarded nearly $64,000 in grants and $33,500 in scholarships
This scholarship was established by Joann K. Thompson and Julie Wittrock in 2014 for LGBTQ and straight ally students that are residents of Pacific, Grays Harbor, or Ferry counties. Preference will be given to sophomores or students twenty-five and over, first generation students, and/or students with a history of community service. Words from the Creator: