For more information on giving to the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara contact Rebecca Anderson, Director of Development, at (805) 687-6065 or email@example.com
The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara is committed to following best practices for privacy. We respect donor privacy and do not share a donor's personal information with anyone else.
Please mail in printed form with your donation to: Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara P.O. Box 3620 Santa Barbara, CA 93130
Or fax the completed form to:
Ways to Give
- Give Unrestricted Contributions
Your gift will be used where it is needed most.
- Establish a named Annual or Endowed Scholarship
The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara manages scholarship funds for individuals, families, business, foundations and civic groups, starting from $2,500. Name a scholarship fund and support deserving undergraduate or graduate students attending vocational school, two-year colleges, or four-year universities.
You name your fund and may establish preferred criteria for student recipients. Each May, you will receive a letter describing the student(s) we have selected for your scholarship award, keeping you closely tied to the impact of your gift.
- Support the Financial Aid Outreach & Advising
Your donation will help provide workshops and counseling sessions for students and families who may not know how to apply for all sources of financial aid.
- Become a Member of the Scholars Circle
Choose the Scholarship Foundation as a beneficiary to provide a lasting legacy. These gifts are important because of their permanence – Planned gifts to establish Endowed Scholarship Funds will continue awarding scholarships in your name for perpetuity. Unrestricted gifts provide the financial infrastructure to keep the Foundation growing.
|Donor Spotlight: Saxon Family|
|“Our family has supported college scholarships for local
students since our children were in preschool. My wife Jo and I
feel great about this use of our charitable dollars, with 100% of
our contributions going to support students. Also through our
involvement, our children Hope and Griffin have had the chance to
learn about the hard work, the money and the sacrifices it takes
for most students to get to college. As a result, we think they
will be less likely to take the opportunities they have for