SAN FRANCISCO (JANUARY 04, 2021) – Bold.org, the scholarship platform committed to fighting student debt through philanthropy, debuts its first Year of Giving Campaign. Each month throughout 2021, Bold.org will announce a new $10,000 scholarship in partnership with impact-focused public figures and brands. In December, Bold.org will announce its largest scholarship yet for $100,000 as part of the campaign.
The Year Of Giving Campaign comes off the heels of a successful and philanthropic 2020 at Bold.org. Last year, the organization created hundreds of brand new scholarships with partner organizations and individual donors as part of its mission to fight student debt. The Year of Giving Campaign follows previous initiatives such as National Scholarship Month in November, where Bold.org awarded a scholarship each day for an entire month. Bold.org continues its efforts with the Year of Giving Campaign to combat America’s student debt.
Bold.org CEO and Founder, Dror Liebenthal, says: “The Year of Giving Campaign is our way of partnering with like-minded individuals and brands who also care about fighting student debt. Through our monthly partnerships, the Year of Giving Campaign will fund more than $200,000 of new scholarships for people fighting student debt. We are excited to unite with other philanthropic partners to come together and fight the ever-growing student debt crisis in the US.”
In addition to the year-long campaign, candidates can apply to hundreds of exclusive new scholarships on Bold.org's platform, with new scholarships being published daily. To join Bold.org in fighting America’s student debt crisis, donors and applicants can easily sign up and create a profile at www.bold.org.
Bold.org is an organization committed to eliminating student debt and democratizing philanthropy. Founded in November 2019, Bold.org bravely embarks on a journey to relieve the country's soaring $1.8 trillion student debt crisis. Bold.org provides a platform for any person or company to create personalized scholarships, fellowships or grants. Financially backed by Mechanism Ventures, Bold.org pioneers a new industry by creating an innovative and philanthropic solution to combat the student debt crisis, which has tremendously impacted 44 million Americans to date.