General Donations to the San Francisco Writers Conference Non-Profit Activities:
From time to time people ask how they can support the ongoing non-profit work of the San Francisco Writers Conference. We are pleased that our new online service makes accepting donations easier than ever before. To support our work with a monetary donation, please click here. In the meantime, contact Barbara Santos (925) 420-6223 or email@example.com for details or CLICK HERE.
Support or Create a Scholarship to the SFWC
You can help talented writers in specific genres, students exploring writing as a career choice, or disadvantaged writers attend the San Francisco Writers Conference. How?
#1. You can be the benefactor of a scholarship in YOUR NAME for just $1,000. Name the scholarship for yourself, a loved one or as a memorial. Make a difference for a young, disadvantaged or minority writer. Receive recognition from the stage when scholarship sponsors and winners are recognized at the SFWC event. Please contact Barbara Santos (925) 420-6223 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details on creating a named scholarship.
#2. Donate any amount to the general SFWC Scholarship Fund. Consider contributing any amount to the fund by check or even a credit card. As little as $1 will help. (It all adds up and it may be a nice tax deduction for you!)
If you would like to support our scholarship fund immediately with a monetary donation, please click HERE.
We thank you for supporting the SFWC.
The San Francisco Writers Conference is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization.
As scholarships become available for the 2021 San Francisco Writers Conference, they will be listed on this website.
The deadlines have passed for all 2020 Scholarships.
Here are the winners:
Orna Glick and GW Brown each earned the KEVIN SMOKLER SCHOLARSHIP
Maria Ramos-Chertok earned the NINA AMIR SCHOLARSHIP for Nonfiction Writing
Samantha Mullett earned the ELI POTTER BITCOIN & BLOCKCHAIN SCHOLARSHIP
Rosie Sorenson earned the 2020 JOYCE TURLEY SCHOLARSHIP
Levi Jackson and America DeFleur earned the DIRECTOR’S SCHOLARSHIP for marginalized voices.
Terry Ratner earned the Dr. ELLEN TALIAFERRO SCHOLARSHIP
Thelma Swan Tucker earned the DIANE FRANK SCHOLARSHIP