Dedicated supporters of Eastern Washington University came together last Friday to spread joy through kindness, community, philanthropy and service.
“We are truly humbled to see how many Eastern supporters share our passion for helping students who show the hard work and dedication it takes to earn a degree,” say the Krumble Foundation donors.
Join us on Giving Joy Day—this Friday—as we celebrate EWU’s 139th birthday by spreading joy in the community and helping Eastern students succeed.
The McKinstry Charitable Foundation is committing a gift of $500,000 to the Catalyst Faculty and Student Research Fund. All projects will be conducted out of, or for the Catalyst setting.
A team of faculty, staff and students at the end of January took a critical first step in the Prairie Restoration Project—planting seeds on the site.
A new donor to EWU recognizes the potential in Eastern students and has signed on to help support those who show the moxie it takes to earn a degree. The Krumble Foundation, a Spokane charitable organization, has generously pledged $1.35 million in scholarship support to ensure more students see graduation day.