Educational Support from High School to University

For most rural and indigenous families in Guatemala, costs associated with public school can be prohibitive. By eliminating the barrier of education expenses, we hope to enable more girls to complete high school and university.

Scholarship Programs

BFB Foundation Women’s Scholarships are currently funding 41 University scholarship students. The program started in 2015 with 8 students and has grown each year. Scholarship recipients may go to public university, professional skills training or certification classes, and funds may be used to cover tuition, university, school supplies, transportation and lodging.

BFB Foundation also supports 100 students in high school by providing funding to two Socorro high schools (Antigua and San Andres). By eliminating the barrier of education expenses, we hope to enable more girls to complete high school and go on to university.

As a component of our University Scholarships program, each student is expected to “give back” to their communities through volunteering or doing community service.

Please watch the video about two of our current scholarships students and their experiences of giving back.

You Can Change a Life!

Funding a scholarship through the BFB Foundation Women’s Scholarship Program directly impacts opportunities available for a young woman to find meaningful employment, become part of her community’s economy and help support her family.

Scholarship Criteria

  • Expression of interest in going to university, vocational training or certification to further academic studies
  • Recommendation of High School Principal
  • Academic commitment (80 points or above)
  • Demonstrated family support
  • Commitment to community service or volunteering in her community


Individual donations can be allocated to the BFB Women’s Scholarship Program where it will be applied to the scholarship fund, helping achieve a young woman’s dreams.

ALL 4-1 Campaign

The ALL 4-1 Campaign brings together small groups of people who want to make a difference by sharing their giving power to support one girl’s scholarship for four years. To put a girl through University in Guatemala costs about $500 annually, so each person commits to paying $125 each year for the 4 years.

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