Welcome to the Lampe Foundation
Your Success is our Goal
Are you a mature student with financial needs wishing to return to studies? Scholarships and bursaries will ease staying in school! Do you feel you are not good enough to apply? Many women and men who completed the applications were surprised with their success. It’s worth the effort.
A large diversity
Education, business, health care, and leadership awards are available at vocational, collegial and university levels. Several health care awards provided by the Sherbrooke Hospital Foundation are renewable. Supporting the education of people in the Eastern Townships community is our priority.
Addressing an acute shortage
The generous gift of Sherbrooke Hospital Foundation mandates our Foundation to fund bilingual health care students dedicated to remain in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Are you seeking a caring profession to ease the critical shortage?


Since 1973, CFUW Sherbrooke & District members have put aside funds for educational awards. Incorporation of the Scholarship Foundation occurred in 1993. The name was changed to Lampe Foundation in 2010.


The Lampe Foundation is affiliated with CFUW Sherbrooke & District, one of over 100 clubs spread across Canada. For more information about this active Eastern Townships-based organization, call 819 569-6842.


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Through personal donations, theatre events, and planned giving, the Lampe Foundation raises funds for qualified students with financial need. To DONATE, please click here.


LAMPE foundation is community-based non-profit organization. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting education by encouraging qualified students from the Eastern Townships and from across Canada with financial assistance and mentoring.

The Foundation provides support through heritage scholarships for students who have demonstrated their ability to serve their communities as leaders and through designated awards such as the Sherbrooke Hospital Foundation scholarships for Townshippers who are training to become health professionals and who choose to remain in the Townships.


  • Canadian Federation of University Women
  • Tillotson Coaticook Region Fund
  • Université de Sherbrooke