As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we rely on philanthropic capital to fund operations and expand our impact. Support today comes from individuals, institutions, and members. We are deeply grateful for the support we receive and our work wouldn’t be possible without our funders.


We adhere to the following principles when we manage your philanthropic capital:

We are stewards.

We will uphold our values and steward the capital we raise. When we are granted hard-earned funding from donors, friends, institutions, and members, we take that seriously, and will shepherd these funds to make the impact upon which the donations were predicated.

We are investors.

The money that we’re collecting is an investment in the long term future of the finance industry and the world at large. We believe that the capital we collect will contribute to a better future. We will, therefore, examine how to most effectively mobilize this funding for long-term value creation for our students.

We are transparent.

Our donors will know exactly where their dollars are going. If we are responsible stewards and set proper expectations while fundraising, this will create trust and foster long term financial growth and health.

You have impact.

More than 400 students have attended our programs to date. We plan to expand into new cities and aim to reach more than 1,000 students by 2020.

We are working hard to strengthen our current programs, develop and launch new programs, and improve the support and experience we provide students.

Whether you’re an individual that wants to give $100 or an institution that wants to give $100,000 your support makes our vision a reality.

If you represent an institution and want to discuss major funding ($10K-100K+) we’d love to schedule a time to meet you and learn about your belief in Scholars of Finance.

If you still want to learn more about Scholars of Finance before giving we recommend visiting our About Us page to explore.