EECU - A Community Credit Union is pleased to announce that their quarterly Forward Thinking Partnership Program grant has been awarded to Jackson High School. The school’s Art Department received $1,500.00 to help fund their Glass Art “Works” Program, which is an opportunity for students to experience and explore mosaic glass, copper foil, soldered glass and fusing glass. All Jackson High School students in grades 9-12, as well as the Jackson community will benefit from this project, as projects are completed for all grade levels and as community service projects.
“EECU’s Forward Thinking Partnership Program was developed in recognition of years of support from our local educational community,” said Renée Allen, Operations & Marketing Director of the credit union. “The program helps great educational ideas and projects become reality through financial assistance.” To qualify, projects or ideas must be educationally related and enrich the lives of students/participants. Funding examples include: classroom materials, special educational or enrichment programs, playground or recreational equipment, library or media materials, special speakers or assemblies, etc. Additionally, the project or idea must provide a benefit to a significant portion of EECU’s membership or potential membership and/or the communities in which they live.
For an application or to learn more about EECU’s Forward Thinking Partnership Program, contact our Business Development Department at 517.787.2060, ext. 3731 or e-mail email@example.com. Completed
applications may be returned via e-mail or postal mail. Deadlines for consideration are the end of each fiscal quarter: March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31.