Education Bursary Application 2017-2018
About the Grantors
The Hardie-Fleming Bursary
The Hardie-Fleming Bursary is a memorial bursary in honour of the late Garth Andrew Hardie, a beloved son, brother, friend and uncle; Orma Hardie, a dear mom and grandma; and Norval and Vivian Fleming, loving parents and grandparents. The bursary has been anonymously donated by a local family that supports PFLAG Canada Durham Region. The Hardie-Fleming Bursary celebrates youth and young adults by inspiring change and new beginnings. The bursary is intended to
provide incentive and hope for a prospective student entering post-secondary education.
In this spirit, the Hardie-Fleming Bursary will award $500.00 to a student who embodies hope, care and a thirst for knowledge just like Garth, Orma and Norval.
Founders Bursary – PFLAG Canada Durham Region
The Founders Bursary will be awarded to a youth or young adult pursuing post secondary education. The founders Francine Doucette and Lindsay Clarke were pioneers in Durham Region and a passionate. Like Lindsey, the recipient must demonstrate leadership, community service and advocacy for the LGTBQ and allied communities. We believe that by supporting the development of students who possess drive, vision, compassion and knowledge, we can
improve society and increase awareness of our diverse community.
In the spirit of leadership development, learning and advocacy, PFLAG Canada Durham Region will award $250 to the recipient who embodies all of these traits. An anonymous donor will match PFLAG Canada Durham Region’s $250. We are proud to be able to offer $500 to a deserving student to honour the legacy of our founders.
About PFLAG Canada – Durham Region
PFLAG Canada Durham Region helps all persons within our reach who are struggling with issues of their sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. We also support, educate and provide resources to parents, families, friends, and colleagues with questions or concerns regarding these issues.
Purpose of Education Bursary Program
- To provide opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer youth to further their education
- To recognize the increasing financial burden of post-secondary education
- To foster the success of LGBTQ & Allied youth in post-secondary institutions