| The mission
Scholarship Fund - New York City (CSF-NYC) is to increase educational
opportunity by offering partial tuition assistance for children in
launched in 1998 as part of the Children's
(CSF), a national organization that was founded by Ted Forstmann and
the late John Walton. Since its founding CSF has provided scholarships
for more than 130,000 children.
Currently, CSF-NYC provides scholarships for 7,950 students in the five boroughs of New York City and several counties north of the city. The average scholarship amount is $1,980 and the average private school tuition is $3,730.
How to apply
To learn about new scholarships available through the Regionalization Awards Program, click here. For the official Archdiocese of New York press release, click here.