Thank you for donating to the Education Justice Project.
EJP relies on your support. We distribute our reentry guides free to people in prison. The price of printing has doubled in the last year due to supply shortages. Help us continue to provide this valuable service!
We have three sources of funds–units of the University of Illinois, which support EJP on a discretionary basis; external grants; and private donations. We do not have a steady, reliable income stream.
We have been fortunate to receive generous multi-year funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It supports our staff positions, program infrastructure, leadership training, and much more. However, it does not cover all of our expenses. In particular, it does not cover printing and distribution of reentry guides, scholarships for formerly incarcerated people and their families, the costs of instructional materials for EJP courses at Danville Correctional Center, and our everyday operating expenses. We can cover some of those needs with smaller grants, but we continue to rely on individual donations.
We need to raise about $75,000 from donors in FY 2022 to meet anticipated expenses.
Even a modest donation to EJP goes a long way! Many of our donors provide $5 and $10 gifts. Anything you can send will help. Larger donations of $500 or $1,000 will go even further in advancing our work.
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 tax receipt will be mailed to you by the University of Illinois Foundation.
You can also send a check or money order to:
University of Illinois Foundation
P.O. Box 734500
Chicago, IL 60673-4500
Please make out the check or money order to the University of Illinois Foundation and write “Education Justice Project” on the memo line.
100% of funds donated by check will be received by EJP.
All contributions, from the smallest to the largest, make a difference. Thank you. We appreciate your confidence in EJP’s 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.