In 2002, the Alfred Street Baptist Church Foundation (ASBCF) was formed as a separate 501(c)(3) organization. Managed by a board of directors, the Foundation provides academic scholarships to graduating high school seniors, from the Washington, DC Metropolitan area, who have demonstrated a financial need and have maintained high academic performance. Additionally a limited number of scholarships are awarded to divinity school students.
In 2007 the Alfred Street Baptist Church (ASBC) Foundation awarded its first scholarships to eleven students from the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area attending a four-year college or university.
The Foundation has grown tremendously in every area: student applicants, number of donors, number of available scholarships and the scholarship amounts. Please take the time to peruse our Annual Report to see the outstanding work that the Foundation has accomplished. Click below on Learn More under “Get To Know the Foundation,” to see our mission, student awardees and their testimonies, our financial standing, accomplishments and the Board of Directors.
To apply for scholarships or find more information about the scholarships, click below on Learn More under “Scholarship FAQs & Application”
To see our most recent scholarship awardees, click below on Learn More under “Scholarship Recipients.”
To donate to our General Fund or to any of our existing Legacy Scholarships, click below on Learn More under “Donate to Scholarships.” To start a Legacy Scholarship of your own, send us a request for an application to Foundation@alfredstreet.org.
The Foundation awards two types of scholarships, Millennium and Legacy. The Millennium Scholarships are funded by the ASBC and the ASBC Foundation. The amount of these scholarships is $20,000 disbursed over four years ($5,000 per year for four years). Two Millennium Scholarships are awarded annually. The Legacy Scholarships are funded by individuals or groups who add their own criteria to Foundation requirements and determine the amounts to be awarded.
Legacy scholarships awarded this year vary from $1,000 to $30,000.