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About Lightship Foundation

Our mission is to empower BIPOC students by providing access to top-tier scholarships and creative funding opportunities that remove barriers to higher education. We aim to increase the number of BIPOC students in higher education by providing academic opportunities that support their educational and career goals.

We believe that education is a powerful tool for social and economic mobility and that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to pursue their educational and career aspirations. Unfortunately, many BIPOC students face significant barriers to higher education, including financial obstacles, lack of access to resources and networks, and systemic biases.

Our organization is committed to addressing these barriers and empowering BIPOC students to reach their full potential. We do this by offering a range of programs and services, including scholarship programs, mentorship programs, college prep workshops, career development programs, and fundraising campaigns.

Through these initiatives, we aim to create a more equitable and just society by fostering the next generation of BIPOC leaders. We believe that by supporting BIPOC students and providing them with the tools and resources they need to succeed, we can help build a better future for all.




  1. Scholarship Programs: Develop and implement scholarship programs that specifically target BIPOC students. These scholarships should be designed to cover the full cost of tuition, fees, and other expenses associated with higher education.

  2. Mentorship Programs: Offer mentorship programs that provide BIPOC students with guidance and support as they navigate their academic and professional journeys. Mentors can offer advice on course selection, career planning, and networking opportunities.

  3. College Prep Workshops: Host college prep workshops that help BIPOC students prepare for the college application process. These workshops can cover topics such as essay writing, standardized test preparation, and financial aid applications.

  4. Career Development Programs: Offer career development programs that help BIPOC students explore different career paths and gain relevant work experience. These programs can include internships, job shadowing, and networking events.

  5. Fundraising Campaigns: Develop and implement fundraising campaigns that raise awareness and support for your organization's mission. These campaigns can involve partnerships with corporations, foundations, and individual donors.

By focusing on these initiatives, your organization can provide meaningful support and opportunities for BIPOC students, while also working towards your ultimate goal of increasing the representation of BIPOC students in higher education.

2035 Financial Statement
Certification Registry

Our Goals

Spread empathy
through education

Increase donations equally across 24 countries

Help more BIPOC students achieve higher education while helping children and teens graduate from high school

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