Thank you for considering a donation to the Education Justice Project!

We rely on your support! EJP has three sources of funds–units of the University of Illinois, which support EJP on a discretionary basis (we are not on any department’s regular budget); grants; and private donations. Because we have no assured sources of funding, we make every penny count.

 

Our total expenditures in FY2016 came to under $135,000 in real dollars spent. The estimated value of donated time on the part of faculty, graduate students, staff, and community members amounted to more than $200,000. About 25% of our income comes from individual donations.

 

We appreciate your confidence in our work at Danville Correctional Center and beyond. You can be assured that we will provide careful stewardship of your hard-earned dollars.

 

EJP subscribes to A Donor’s Bill of Rights, which you can view here.

 

Click here for “EJP Donors’ Frequently Asked Questions”

 

Even a modest donation to EJP goes a long way! Enter the amount of the contribution you wish to make below. You will then be directed to the University of Illinois Foundation’s secure Online Giving site to enter your personal and credit card information.

 

The Education Justice Project is a unit of the University of Illinois, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, so your donation is tax-deductible.

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You can also send a check or money order to Education Justice Project to:

Education Justice Project

University of Illinois

403 E. Healey St.

Champaign, IL 61820

Please make out the check or money order to University of Illinois Foundation and write “Education Justice Project” on the memo line.

 

100% of all funds donated by check will be received by EJP. The Foundation collects 3% overhead for online donations.

 

All contributions, from the smallest to the largest, make a difference. Thank you.


EDUCATION JUSTICE PROJECT
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
403 E. Healey Ave, MC-423
Champaign, IL 61820 
217.300.5150
info@educationjustice.net



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