Financial Support for Attending General Assembly

Financial Support

General Assembly planners are committed to the goal of making the General Assembly accessible to the maximum number of attendees possible. Financial support to attend GA – virtually or in-person – is offered to those with need. These awards are funded through the generosity of General Assembly registrants via donations made during registration. Requests for financial support are fulfilled on a first-come, first serve basis. New funds may become available as donations are received. Note: A request for financial support does not guarantee an award.

Support is available for those with financial hardship and those who hold historically marginalized identities. GA credentialed delegates are strongly encouraged to seek financial support for in-person GA attendance from their congregations. A limited amount of funding is available for GA delegates representing congregations with fewer than 100 members.

A financial support application will be posted here when registration opens.

Youth and Young Adult Support

People who've competed 9th grade (or the homeschool equivalent) up to those who are 35 years old can get a scholarship in the form of a discount code. Get your discount code by filling out the Youth and Young Adult Scholarship Form.

YaYA Travel Reimbursements

Youth and young adults traveling to UUA events can request travel reimbursement by providing anticipated costs or travel receipts. In 2022, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color youth and young adults could request up to $625, white youth and young adults could request up to $250. 2023 limits have not yet been determined.

Scholarships are distributed by Lifespan Faith Engagement and provided by contributions from GA registrants, the Katie Tyson Fund for Youth and Young Adult Ministry and the Jerry And Denny Davidoff Fund For Lay Leadership.

To talk with a friendly UUA staffer in Lifespan Faith Engagement about additional options for youth and young adult funding to attend GA 2023 email