We believe you should have the opportunity to travel to Latin America with Witness for Peace Solidarity Collective. We provide sliding scales, flexible payment plans and scholarships.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND FUNDRAISING
Most delegates cover the majority of their costs, so our Fundraising Packet provides resources and ideas for raising the funds needed. Hundreds of delegates have taken advantage of our support to make their journey possible!
Don’t let lack of funds keep you from applying for an Witness for Peace Solidarity Collective delegation! We'll work with you to make sure you can join us. Many delegates have successfully raised funds to cover their expenses. Our Fundraising Tips are designed especially for prospective delegates. We also can help you set up a Crowd Funding Page!
What To Do Now:
Download our Fundraising Tips
Apply for a delegation and check box for financial aid.
Contact us about a crowd funding page and use Fundraising Tips to start raising money!
Resources to Fund Your Trip
Since our inception in 1983, Witness for Peace has made it a goal to help hundreds of people join delegations. Scholarships offset the delegation ground fees and generally range from $250 up to $1500 per person. We will work with you to make your trip possible financially!
What To Do Now:
Apply for a delegation and check box for financial aid
Fill out the Supplemental Scholarship Application
Receive your scholarship!
Scholarships and Financial Aid
DONATE TO OUR SCHOLARSHIP FUND
We provide travel scholarships to delegates with demonstrated financial need. Your contribution to our Scholarship Fund directly aids people who would not otherwise be able to travel abroad to engage in transformative experiences that contribute to broad movements for justice, peace and sustainability.
"Attending the Black Socialist Strategies in Holistic Healing and Healthcare Delegation in Cuba in December 2019 proved transformative in many ways for my life's journey. The opportunity to be in this beautiful Caribbean country, in conversation with Cuban people, engaged in Cuban culture all while learning A TON about the history and political context of Cuba was invaluable."
Ebony Sinnamon Johnson
Advocate for Black Youth & WFP Delegate