Victor L. Worsfold Grant Program Fund
Victor Worsfold Grants support student-led service activities that benefit the UT Dallas, local, and global community. Named after long-time UT Dallas School of Arts and Humanities faculty member Dr. Victor Worsfold, the grants are established by the Eugene McDermott Scholars Program Alumni Association, a 501 (c) (3) organization, and are intended to fund projects that target the broad array of challenges that our communities face.
Students can apply individually or in groups, and the grants are not limited to any one type of community work or discipline. The Worsfold grants can range from $250 to $1,000 per project, depending on the proposed budget and needs of the project.
Previous recipients include:
- Deeds Not Words to fund a menstrual equity project on campus
- Ekam to fund health education classes and health products for homeless youth at a local homeless shelter
- Foster Connect to fund essential toiletries and comfort items for Dallas youth that are entering Child Protective Services custody
- Medical Spanish Interpreters to fund training materials for UTD students to interpret for patients at local hospitals.
- Global Medical and Dental Brigades to fund hygiene supplies for distribution to impoverished communities in Panama
- Music & Me to fund keyboards for music classes in after-school organizations