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The Social Justice fund is a yearly fund for advocacy and social justice programs created by Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross and Miami Dolphins players. During the 2017-18 season, the team will administer the Project Change scholarship, a social justice grant program, sponsor the Police Athletic League of North Miami and host a police and youth conference in conjunction with the 5000 Role Models Excellence Project.


Social Justice Grant Program

The Miami Dolphins’ social justice grant program will earmark funds to impact organizations in need that are involved in community engagement, education or justice reform. The grant program will be guided by an advisory committee of Dolphins players and staff. Application deadline is February 28, 2018.
For guidelines for applying for this grant, click here.
For the grant application click here.


Project Change Scholarship

The Miami Dolphins’ Project Change Scholarship will identify one high school student each year and pay for their tuition to college over a four-year period. The goal of the scholarship is to target students to impact their lives, so they can make a change in their community. Application deadline is February 28, 2018.

For guidelines for applying for this scholarship, click here.
For the scholarship application click here.


5000 Role Models and Miami Dolphins Police and Youth Conference

The Miami Dolphins will partner with the 5000 Role Models Excellence Project to host a conference at Hard Rock Stadium designed to promote positive interaction between youth and law enforcement. The conference will take place on February 20, 2018. For more information on 5000 Role Models Excellence Project visit http://5000rolemodels.dadeschools.net.