Although we may not have known it at the time, our experiences as JE students benefited from the existence of the JE Trust. Current students continue to benefit as a direct result of the work of the JE Trust Board of Trustees. The Trust has provided additional resources to support JE students with educational, cultural, and artistic programming, including traditions like “Culture Draw” and “Fireside Chats,” and has funded other initiatives that make JE such a special place.
The Trust has also supported projects that reach beyond the on-campus community, such as the publication of the new history of JE, The Spiders’ Way, as well as Art of the Printed Word, a book celebrating the JE Press printer and teacher Richard Rose. In addition to the Trust, the Phillips Fund also supports students. It provides funds to students who need assistance paying for unanticipated or emergency expenses.
Your contribution to the Trust, which is a 501c3 organization, or the Phillips Fund, will make a difference in the lives of JE students.