Boston Educational Development Fund

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About Boston Educational Development Fund

Your donation through Flutter will support the City of Boston Scholarship Fund which assists Boston Public School (BPS) graduates with college costs. The cost of college tuition has increased by 45% in the last decade, with costs rising faster than nearly any other good or service in America. Your gift will be received by Boston Educational Development Fund (BEDF), which was incorporated in 1984 for the purpose of improving educational opportunities for BPS students and is the official 501c3 fiscal agent for the district.  

Applicants to the City of Boston Scholarship Fund must be Boston residents and planning to attend — or are currently attending — a two- or four-year accredited post-secondary institution in Massachusetts. Through a rigorous application process, approximately 30 students receive awards each year. Recipients are awarded $10,000 over the course of four years ($2,500 for each year). The Boston Scholarship Fund relies on generous donations from individuals, organizations, and corporations.

To learn more about the Boston Scholarship Fund, please visit the website. Thank you for your support!

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