Give Now - Bruce Lee Foundation Scholarship
Background and Legacy
The Bruce Lee Foundation, a 501c3 public charity, was founded in 2002 with a vision to share the practices and philosophies of Bruce Lee with the world for generations to come. Today, through a number of educational and social initiatives, the Bruce Lee Foundation encourages people to strive for honest self-expression in alignment with their mind, body, and spirit and in harmony with one another. Since 2002, the Bruce Lee Foundation has created online and physical exhibits to educate people about the legacy of Bruce Lee, provided financial assistance to students within the United States to attend college, provided martial arts instruction for underprivileged youth, created and run Camp Bruce Lee for kids to encounter Bruce Lee’s mind, body and spirit practices and supported like-minded organizations helping to heal and unify our world.
The Bruce Lee Foundation Scholarship intends to embody the Mission of the Bruce Lee Foundation, which is to incite positive change with the Bruce Lee Legacy at the individual, community, and global level through programs, exhibits, and social initiatives. The Bruce Lee Foundation vision has grown to actively inspire confidence, motivate action, bridge cultures and champion humanity. Scholars at the Seattle Central College are eligible for financial support regardless of their GPA, income, documentation status, field of study, or academic or vocational aspirations. Student recipients should be BIAPOC (Black, Indigenous, Asian, or Persons of Color).