PLEASE NOTED CHANGE IN SUBMISSION EMAIL TO: email@example.com
The Pacific Association of First Nations Women (PAFNW) is excited to announce the 2020 Education Awards for Indigenous women attending Post-Secondary studies in BC. The PAFNW Awards Fund was established to encourage and support educational aspirations of Indigenous women and girls. These awards are open to women of First Nations, Metis and Inuit identity.
The Association has two awards to distribute this March to honour Indigenous women and their achievements in Post-Secondary education. We will offer a $1,000 Bursary for Indigenous women in financial need, and one $1,000 Scholarship Award.
The application for the awards can be found our website http://www.pafnw.ca or by request at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to receive completed applications is 11:59 pm on February 14th, 2020. Successful applicants will be notified by March 8th, 2020.
Bursary information 2020(please read carefully!)
2020 fillable financial Need budget sheet (bursary only)
Last year’s winners:
2019 Bursary Application:
Please email email@example.com to submit all necessary documents, and for further information
According to Statistics Canada, in 2011 “half of all Indigenous women aged 25 to 64 had a degree, diploma or certificate, compared with 65 per cent of their non-Indigenous counterparts.” *
PAFNW is committed to the holistic success of Indigenous women. We want to support women to thrive culturally as well as financially. So, we have set up a scholarship fund to sponsor Indigenous womens’ post secondary education. We are very excited to fundraise and then offer an awards ceremony next spring. We’ll be collecting donations through our Pay Pal account which is linked below. Please include your contact information so we can stay in touch about how much we collect and who the amazing recipients of your generosity are.
Donate to the PAFNW Scholarship Fund
A grassroots scholarship fund to sponsor Post-Secondary education for Indigenous women living in the Lower Mainland of BC on beautiful Coast Salish Territories.