Make a Donation to the City of Boston Scholarship Fund

The City of Boston Scholarship Fund was established to provide assistance to residents who plan to pursue a two or four year undergraduate program within Massachusetts. Funds for the scholarships are made possible from contributions made by citizens and corporations. Scholarships are offered each year for full-time degree-seeking study at any two or four-year accredited post-secondary institution within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The amount awarded and number of scholarships depends on available funds contributed annually. Thus far, nearly 30,000 Boston residents have contributed to this important effort.

Your donations are greatly appreciated! Checks should be made payable to: The City of Boston Scholarship Fund and mailed to:

City of Boston Scholarship Fund
Boston City Hall
P.O. Box 9715
Boston, MA 02114


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Announcements

  • Scholarship Fund Flyer

    We've also made the City of Boston Scholarship Fund Flyer available for download and distribution.

    2014 Flyer

Video & Multimedia

  • 2012 Awards Ceremony

    Mayor Menino honors recipients of scholarships given out by the City of Boston Scholarship Fund. This year, over 30 high school graduates from various parts of Boston recieved scholarships.

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  • 2011 Awards Ceremony

    Mayor Thomas M. Menino joins members of the Scholarship Fund Committee to celebrate Scholarship Awards for the seventeenth annual year.

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  • 2010 Awards Ceremony

    Mayor Menino presents the 2010 Boston Scholarship Fund Awards.

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  • 2008 Awards Ceremony

    Mayor Menino honors the 2008 recipients of the City of Boston Scholarship Awards.

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