Glancy Wine Education Foundation Announces Game-Changing Donation from Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation

The $100,000 contribution will fund scholarships for more than 30 students in need.

The Glancy Wine Education Foundation is pleased to announce a charitable contribution in the amount of $100,000 from the Wine Spectator Scholarship Foundation to provide financial aid to disadvantaged and minority workers seeking wine education as a means of increasing their earning potential.

The donated funds provide a significant boost to the foundation, allowing it to support more than 30 students in need of financial aid, especially those from disadvantaged and minority communities, during the most difficult time facing the hospitality industry in decades.

“We are positively thrilled at the generosity shown by Wine Spectator’s Scholarship Foundation in this donation,” said Glancy Wine Education Foundation CEO Cheryl Halloran. “Support from industry leaders like this has never been more crucial to this industry.”

Funds from this donation will be combined with the more than $50,000 the foundation raised at its annual San Francisco Wine School Anniversary Celebration and Auction to support students seeking to improve their job prospects through wine education.

More than 97% of the hospitality professionals applying to the San Francisco Wine School for financial aid earn less than a “living wage.” The Glancy Wine Education Foundation believes that every motivated and engaged student should have access to high-quality, professional education in his or her trade.

Scholarship applications are accepted year-round.  For information about how to apply, visit  For more information about the San Francisco Wine School and programs available, visit

Source: Glancy Wine Education Foundation

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