A Year of Perseverance: 2021 Virtual Celebration of LCU Scholars
Wednesday from 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
Details to view the event are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
The event is free but registration is required by claiming your complimentary event ticket(s). Immediately following the broadcast, guests may join a virtual meet and greet with LCU Scholars and Board members. Details will be provided upon registration. Interested in being an Event Sponsor? Please find details on our events page at lcufund.org, on the ticket page or by emailing [email protected]. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
Please join us for a virtual celebration of LCU Scholars!
About the Event:
The event is free but registration is required by claiming your complimentary event ticket(s).
The festivities will be broadcast from 6:30pm to 7pm and will feature the presentation of the President’s Award for Excellence in Leadership to an accomplished LCU Scholar in her final year of studies who has demonstrated exceptional leadership within her school or home community.
Immediately following the broadcast, guests may join a virtual meet and greet with select scholars and members of the LCU Fund’s Board of Directors.
A variety of Event Sponsorship packages are available, and details can be found on our events page at lcufund.org, on the ticket page or by emailing [email protected]. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
About the LCU Fund for Women's Education: The mission of the LCU Fund for Women’s Education is to clear the path for low-income women to complete college by helping them pay their rent. We do this in partnership with selected colleges or universities, public or private, that provide undergraduate, graduate and / or professional programs within the five boroughs of New York City. LCU Funds are used solely to help pay the rent of women scholars pursuing careers in the arts, health services, social work, education, public administration and religious leadership.
Since launching our housing grants program in 2001, we have cleared the path for 2,700 women to complete college by helping them pay their rent. Many of these graduates have been serving on the front lines of the COVID crisis as health care practitioners. Others are working as conduits for social change and transformation: They are social workers, non-profit professionals, educators, and religious leaders. And some are creating art that reflects the world as it is – and represents the possibilities of what it can be.
Investing in women who will change the world!
The LCU Fund for Women’s Education is a private, non-profit, non-operating foundation.