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Bay Area Gardeners Scholarship Foundation (BAGSF) Scholarship

$2,000

March 25, 2021

Awards Available: 30

  • Scholarship Description
  • Bay Area Gardeners Scholarship Foundation (BAGSF) is a non-profit organization committed to providing scholarships to students facing significant financial barriers to achieve a college education. BAGSF strives to promote educational attainment for low-income students residing in the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara. In addition to supporting students pursuing post-secondary education, BAGSF's goal is to cultivate a sense of pride and spirit back to their community. The scholarship amount is $2,000 plus a Chromebook (for first-time awardees) and eligible applicants whose parents are gardeners might receive an additional $1,000. The scholarship is available for renewal every year. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 727 Industrial Rd.
  • Suite 117
  • San Carlos, CA 94070
  • bagfoundation@bagsf.org
  • 650-631-1200

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