In partnership with universities, donors and volunteers across the country, we’re investing in the future of Canada. We offer the country’s largest and most comprehensive four-year undergraduate award (valued at $100,000), providing young leaders of character with opportunities to develop their talents and work towards a better world.
In a society that believes so strongly in tangible rankings and ratings, we colour outside the lines.
To find the next generation of leaders for Canada, we look beyond the transcript and find the promise of character: integrity, courage, compassion, determination and a high level of personal autonomy.
We discover these qualities by administering the country’s most intensive and personalized scholarship selection process. Find out more.
interviewed in 21 cities to select up to
The Loran Award is not a reward for past accomplishments, but an investment in a potential future path of high impact.
By providing mentorship, access to summer internships, a peer network and financial support, we challenge and inspire scholars to develop and share their talents and to help them be true to their vision. Find out more.
We’ve invested in
569 Loran Scholars
over 27 years
Ours is a community project resting on three pillars: our partner universities, donors and volunteers.
We are fortunate to benefit from the support of several hundred donors throughout Canada and the wider world, from individuals to corporations and foundations to those who contribute to our endowment fund. Our 600 volunteers serve in a wide range of roles, providing approximately 9,000 hours of service each year. Find out more.
25 Partner Universities
which waive tuition for our scholars
including 91% of the alumni
of volunteer service each year
NEWS & STORIES
“Knowing first-hand how the opportunities the foundation provides change lives, I can’t help but want to be a part of that.”
“We’re building a generation of Canada’s next leaders in a wide variety of sectors.”
“Being a Loran Scholar means a long-term commitment to fulfilling the potential of oneself and maximizing one’s contribution to the community.”