$4040 Scholarship

What are you doing to end the injustice?

The $4040 Scholarship

One third of the millennial generation was aborted. Share how you defend life in your community, and receive the $4040 scholarship from 40 Days for Life.

How it works

Scholarship

Winner will be awarded a $4,040 scholarship and flown to San Francisco with a parent or guardian to receive their award on-stage at the Walk for Life West Coast in January.

Deadline

December 15, 2019.

Contact

Please email scholarship@40daysforlife.com with questions.

Eligibility

Full-time graduate or undergraduate students who are involved in the pro-life movement are eligible to receive the scholarship.

The scholarship will be awarded every year, so you are welcome to apply next year if you are not eligible this year or are not selected as the winner of the $4040 scholarship 2019

Scholarship FAQ

I've never participated in 40 Days for Life before, can I still apply?

Yes! Community college students, medical students, law school students, PhD students, and students in trade school are all welcome and encouraged to apply. Students of any age who are pursuing higher education may apply.

Can high school seniors apply?

Yes! Community college students, medical students, law school students, PhD students, and students in trade school are all welcome and encouraged to apply. Students of any age who are pursuing higher education may apply.

Can community college students apply? Can non-traditionally aged students apply?

Yes! Community college students, medical students, law school students, PhD students, and students in trade school are all welcome and encouraged to apply. Students of any age who are pursuing higher education may apply.

Are international applicants eligible?

Yes! Community college students, medical students, law school students, PhD students, and students in trade school are all welcome and encouraged to apply. Students of any age who are pursuing higher education may apply.

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