Bright Futures Justice Bursary

Everyone deserves the opportunity for a bright future!

Everyone deserves the opportunity for a bright future!

The Bright Futures Justice Bursary exists to remove financial barriers faced by young people impacted by incarceration.

Details: Eligible applicants can apply for up to $2,500 to help pay for education costs, a work training program, or other valuable learning opportunities. The experience you choose is up to you!

Eligibility: Bursary applicants must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for funding:
– Between the ages of 15-28
– Experience with family members being incarcerated
– Must be a resident of Saskatchewan

Applications can be submitted at any time and are reviewed each quarter. We may reach out with a request for more information. You will then be contacted if your application is successful.

Please email brobertssk.johnhoward.ca if you have any further questions.

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The Bright Futures Justice Bursary was created with the generous support of the Ted Rogers Community Grants program, which provided $10,000! Thank you to Rogers Communications for your generous support of youth in Saskatchewan who have been impacted by incarceration.