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Donation Supports Diversity in Architecture

Washington – The Sherwin-Williams Company has made a permanent endowment to the Architects Foundation to support a diversity advancement scholarship.

Through its $150,000 gift, the company will support a minority architecture student’s career path with $20,000, to be distributed evenly over the course of up to five years.

“At Sherwin-Williams we are committed to advancing a culture of inclusion and equity, where our differences are welcomed, celebrated and appreciated,” said Yentil Rawlinson, vice president of inclusion, diversity and equity at Sherwin-Williams. “This endowment reflects our pledge to support the advancement of underrepresented students in their educational journey and our continued focus and commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity in our workforce, workplace and communities we serve.”

“Sherwin-Williams’ commitment to advancing equity, diversity, and philanthropy in the architecture profession is an inspiration, especially for building product manufacturers across the country,” said R. Steven Lewis, FAIA, Architects Foundation president.

The Architects Foundation annually runs an application process for diversity advancement scholars.

Applications for the 2021-2022 academic year are under review and will be announced in late spring of 2021.

Learn more about donation and scholarship opportunities on the Architects Foundation website.

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