The Lambda Scholarship Foundation is a Canadian registered charity. 

Lambda aims to:

  • create graduate and undergraduate university scholarships to further research pertaining to Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, plus (2SLGBTQ+) and queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, people of colour (QTBIPOC) studies.
  • advance education that fights against oppression and discrimination
  • mobilize knowledge across academic and non-academic communities by supporting 2SLGBTQ+ and QTBIPOC students in their academic pursuits by establishing networking opportunities in academic and non-academic settings.


Job posting: Development Manager

The Lambda Scholarship Foundation is seeking a Development Manager. Reporting to the President and Board of Directors of the Lambda Scholarship Foundation Canada, you will be responsible for sustaining and growing the Foundation and the scholarships it supports. Founded in 1985, your work will help to cement the Lamba Foundation’s legacy of helping students for…

ATTENTION! The New University of Ottawa Award Application Deadline is Fast Approaching!

Are you a student at the University of Ottawa looking to seize a golden opportunity that could shape your future? The deadline for Lambda’s new scholarship applications is just around the corner! The Lambda Scholarship Foundation Canada Common Law Scholarship will support up to five undergraduate Black students in the Common Law program at the…

Congratulations to Megan Arnold for winning the Lambda Foundation Scholarship in LGBT Studies!

Congratulations to Megan Arnold for winning the Lambda Foundation Scholarship in LGBT Studies at the University of Guelph! Her biography: Megan Arnold is a Filipinx-Canadian artist who wants to make you laugh and cry and cringe. She makes affective performances, videos, pop songs, and drawings that collapse the divisions between humour/pathos, amateurism/mastery, play/labour, and art/entertainment.…

Help build and sustain knowledge, education, and leadership in 2SLGBTQ+ and QTBIPOC studies.

Donations in any amount are welcome.