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Invest in students' dreams

While sponsorship can help younger children attend school, it’s often too expensive for young adults to pursue higher education or vocational training without additional assistance.

You can help fill this financial gap and help students achieve their goals by donating to Education.

How does the scholarship program work?

Unbound scholarships help cover tuition, transportation and supplies for students attending secondary school, vocational training or university.


Both sponsored and non-sponsored students of all ages are eligible to apply.


Interested students go through a comprehensive application process, and scholarship recipients are selected by local Unbound staff.

What do Unbound scholars do?

Unbound scholars serve as role models

Serve as positive role models to younger children

Scholarship recipients must maintain good grades

Maintain satisfactory grades

Scholarship students help in their community.

Participate in community service projects

 

Thanks to your donations, in 2016…


$3,000,000+ in scholarships were awarded

47.8 percent of Unbound scholars were also sponsored friends

7900+ scholars furthered their education

How your donations make a difference


Unbound scholar Gaby volunteers in the correspondence department in El Salvador.

Overcoming the odds

Gaby, an Unbound scholar and sponsored member in El Salvador, commutes almost six hours each day to pursue her dream of becoming an accountant.

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 Scholarship recipient Cristian stands outside his home in Colombia.

The true impact of scholarships

While he works on his degree, Unbound scholar Cristian in Colombia serves his community by helping sponsored children with their letters and homework.

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Scholar Gabriela leads a youth group in her community in Honduras.

Learning to lead

As an Unbound scholar and sponsored member, Gabriela from Honduras serves as a role model to other sponsored youth by leading group activities while going to school.

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Help a student achieve their dreams and better their tomorrow.

Daniela is a scholarship recipient in Colombia who is studying human resources.