The Ruth Goldbloom Educational Bursary Fund is intended to defray the costs of transportation and/or accommodation to enable Canadian youth to visit the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. Specifically, it is to support school groups and organized youth groups (such as Girl Guides, Scouts, etc.) in their educational goals.
Bursaries will range from $200 to $1000 depending on need, number of applicants and availability of funds. Preference will be given to groups studying immigration, citizenship or related topics. Bursaries can cover all types of costs EXCEPT the cost of museum admission.
- Recipients must agree to be photographed and agree to have the name of their school or group used in museum materials.
- To qualify for the awarded bursary, the school/group must visit the Museum within six months of the date of the confirmation letter.
- To receive the bursary award, eligible receipts must be submitted for reimbursement within 30 days of the school/group visiting the Museum.
Applicants must complete the Ruth Goldbloom Educational Bursary form below. Successful applicants will be notified within 10 days via email. Applications will be reviewed and bursaries awarded throughout the year.