Levin-Goffe Scholarship Fund

Scholarship Description
The Levin-Goffe Scholarship Fund was established to cover up to two years of schooling for immigrants here in New York City who identify as LGBTQI. Students must be able to prove full-time enrollment in a New York City nonprofit college or university; the annual tuition must not exceed $12,500. Applicants must have successfully completed at least one academic year or is at least a rising sophomore and have a minimum 3.25 GPA. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
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Scholarship Committee
446 West 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001
grants@stonewallfoundation.org
tel: 212-367-1155
fax: 212-367-1157
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We strengthen the LGBTQ Movement by making smart, values-driven investments in dynamic organizations, projects, and leaders. And as a public foundation, we do so in close partnership with donors and the very people working on the front lines of progress. We fund over 100 nonprofits a year, in more than 30 issue areas. We also house seven scholarship programs, including the largest in the country created to support LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers.

Our grantmaking is complemented by intensive capacity building and training programs that equip local leaders with the tools they need to be effective change agents. These include free consulting, coaching opportunities, and monthly workshops. In all we do—from planned giving to scholarships—our priority is making sure community dollars makes a difference.
We strengthen the LGBTQ Movement by making smart, values-driven investments in dynamic organizations, projects, and leaders. And as a public foundation, we do so in close partnership with donors and the very people working on the front lines of progress. We fund over 100 nonprofits a year, in more than 30 issue areas. We also house seven scholarship programs, including the largest in the country created to support LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers.

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