Each year the Toronto Kiwanis Foundation awards several scholarships to help deserving students pay for their post secondary education.  Up to $4,000 per student is made available.  The 2016 scholarship winners are:

  1. Dionne Quintyn:    Child and Youth Care at Humber College
  2. Gaelle Kosi-Mbuku:     Journalism at Seneca College
  3. Paul Stewart:    Recreation & Leadership at Centennial College
  4. Ammanuel Diressa:    Business Management at Ryerson University
  5. John Cabotaje:    Social Work at Ryerson University
  6. Geraldine Lacambra:    Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education & Bachelor of Education at Ryerson University & York University
  7. Lynda Ly:    Bachelor of Business Administration, Schulich School of Business  at York University
  8. Edward White:    Sociology Major, Philosophy Minor, Equity Studies Minor at University of Toronto
  9. Jovawn Ashman:    Child and Youth Care at Ryerson University

CONGRATULATIONS ad GOOD LUCK in your studies!!


The Jack Douglas Memorial Scholarship Award

John (Jack) David Douglas was a cherished member of the Kiwanis Club of Toronto who passed away in 2012 after 25 years of service as a Kiwanian.  He was a past Toronto Kiwanis Board Member and President of The Toronto Kiwanis Foundation for several terms.

He was a strong supporter of helping young people achieve their goals with higher education and was a member of the Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship Committee for several years.  He will be remembered for his invaluable contributions to The Kiwanis Foundation, The Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club renovation project, and for the many friends who still miss his big smile and sense of humour.
The Club created the scholarship in his memory to support the legacy he left.
Reside and/or study in Toronto.
Have financial need (you need to provide a reference person who can verify your financial situation).
Are currently registered in university or college or registered apprenticeship full-time post-secondary studies this year.
Will be enrolled in a full-time post-secondary program next year at the 2nd year level or higher.
Are 24 years of age or younger as of January 1, 2016.
Have received no more than one (1) previous scholarship from the Kiwanis Toronto Foundation.
Are enrolled in or can show volunteerism supporting: international programs and relations; and/or religious studies.
One (1) scholarship will be awarded to a qualifying applicant in the amount of $4,000.


Note:  All scholarship applications will be available in early 2017.