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Our scholarship awards make it possible for young people with bleeding disorders to create new opportunities for their lives through post-secondary education. A scholarship ranges from $150 to $1,000 per program/academic year.

Since 2012 we have invested over $250,000 in 378 scholarships which 214 students have usedt to pursue certificates to become truck drivers all the way to doctorates to become university professors. We have made dreams come true for aspiring engineers, computer scientists, accountants, business administrators, graphic artists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists and even mariners! 

This program is generously supported by:

Together with Sanofi Genzyme, we are excited to announce the new Save One Life Scholarship Program video series. This four-part series provides a deeper look into our programs in developing countries.
In October 2019, Save One Life had the privilege to visit India and the Philippines to meet with past and present scholarship recipients. At Save One Life we believe that every life affected by a bleeding disorder deserves a chance and hope for the future. 
Our trip to India highlighted how an education provides an opportunity to help break the cycle of poverty our beneficiaries experience. 
Here is India's video.


Our cameras captured the strength and vulnerability of scholarship recipients in the Philippines. Here is their story.


Read the 2021 Report


Funding my university education for all four years was the best thing anyone could have done for me! As a senior high school student, I dreamed of going to university, but because I lost my dad and knew my mum did not have the finances, I was never sure it would be possible. Today my dream has come true. I express my sincere gratitude to Save One Life for contributing not only to my education, but also to my life. I knew I could not let you down, and this partly influenced my success as an honors student!

Michael Edem Attivor,  BA in Communication Design, Kumasi, Ghana

I am writing to thank you for your generous scholarship. My mother placed me in an orphanage at the age of five. It was a lonely time and I had many bleeds as I was expected to perfom physically challenging chores. I had a dream to become a nurse. Without your help I would never have succeeded. Today I have a job as a graduated nurse in the cardiology department of Iqraa Hospital with a reasonable salary. Your generosity has inspired me and I hope one day I will be able to help people with hemophilia achieve their goals just as you have helped me.

Azeez Thoufeeq, BA in Nursing and Midwifery, Kunnamkulam, India