Lambda Scholarship Foundation Canada Annual Report 2017 The 2016-2017 year has been a big planning one for the Lambda Foundation, a non-profit organization that been raising funds for student research in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex (LGBTI), and other queer issues since the 1990s. Twenty-five years ago, research, and writing on gay and lesbianContinue reading “2017 Annual Report from the Lambda Scholarship Foundation Canada”
Check out the work Lambda’s done this year in our annual report: LAMBDA SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION CANADA ANNUAL REPORT 2016 final.pdf
Lambda Scholarship Foundation Canada, a non-profit LGBTI foundation, is looking for a committed and energetic team player to lead our fundraising efforts. S/he/they will engage in personal outreach to individual, corporate and group donors as well as organize fundraising events. This position would be ideal for a recent graduate with a degree or diploma inContinue reading “Fundraising Coordinator Position (Volunteer)”
Welcome to Lambda Scholarship Foundation Canada and our new webpage. Lambda is a registered charity that builds research endowments in LGBTI studies in many different fields and now has 10 graduate and undergraduate scholarships at universities across Canada. We also have a high school human rights award in British Columbia. We are preparing to launchContinue reading “Help Lambda Foundation Keep Building an LGBTI Legacy in Education”
The 2015 annual report from President Barbara Freeman is now available. Download it here.
This is just a brief note to thank the generous people who have already donated to the Lambda Foundation’s 2015 campaign and a request to the rest of you: please include Lambda Foundation when you make your (tax-receipted) charitable donations on Giving Tuesday or for the Dec. 31 deadline. Our priorities this year are donationsContinue reading “#GivingTuesday”
Jack Hallam (1928-2015). Lambda Foundation (LF) extends its sympathies to the family and friends of one of our generous benefactors, Jack Hallam of Salt Spring Island, BC. In 2007, through the Lambda Foundation, Jack established the Jack Hallam Human Rights Awards for grade 12 students at the local Gulf Islands Secondary School. Each annual award isContinue reading “Honouring the late Jack Hallam”
On Salt Spring Island and wanting to learn more about the experiences of LGBTQ elders in residential care? Join us Sunday, Dec. 6 at the Harbour House Hotel (121 Upper Ganges Rd) at 2pm to hear from Lambda award-winner Dr. Ashley Heaslip on her research in this area. Tea and cookies will be provided. Free admittance, no registrationContinue reading “LGBTQ Elders in Residential Care Lecture”