Harm Reduction Coalition grants a limited number of partial scholarships.

All attendees are required to make a partial payment.

Scholarships cover either:

  • Partial registration only
  • Partial hotel only
  • Partial combination of conference registration and hotel

We are unable to offer airfare or ground transportation, or meals.

Priority is given to people with limited resources who use or have used drugs, living with HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis C, people of color, youth, people who are engaged in sex work, people who are transgender, and non-gender conforming people.

The deadline for scholarship applications is June 1, 2020.

Click here to apply for a scholarship online

Other ways to raise funds

Crowdfunding/Homegrown fundraising:

Crowdfunding is a quick and effective way of raising money for a campaign or project through the internet and social networks. It is a form of peer to peer fundraising that harnesses the power of social networks to raise awareness and draw donations from around the world for online campaigns.

Each crowdfunding platform has their own pros and cons (including varying collection fees), we encourage you to find the crowdfunding platform that works best for your campaign. Below are links to different crowdfunding platforms, crowdfunding campaign resources, and tips to run an effective fundraising campaign.

Eight different crowdfunding platforms:

Find the best fundraising platform for you:

Crowdfunding campaign resources

Six steps to a successful campaign:

Tips & tricks for sharing your campaign:

Campaign success tips:

Contact us

For questions regarding Scholarship Applications, please contact Debbie Cooke: