EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (RELEASE) -Eau Claire Public College Basis has introduced the endowment of a fund designed to offer an annual supply of monies for emergency conditions confronted by college students, and their households, at Memorial Excessive College.Greg and Claudia Niemuth began the Niemuth Household Giving Tree Fund in 2018.
“It has been steadily rising, and the Niemuths lately contributed the stability wanted to totally endow the fund,” mentioned Sarah French, ECPSF Government Director. “As soon as a fund is endowed, it generates annual grants for causes of the donors’ alternative; on this case, for college students in disaster conditions.”
Grants from the fund assist the Veterans Memorial Giving Tree program directed by the coed providers division on the faculty.
This system was established by MHS counselor Jane Adler-Corning eleven years in the past, and continues to offer numerous assist for college students in want in the present day .
MHS English instructor, Claudia Niemuth shared, “We now have spent nearly all of our educating careers at right here, and each of our daughters are Memorial graduates additionally. We determined this was the way in which to ‘pay it ahead’ – to make a distinction within the lives of people that have discovered themselves in tough positions.” She added, “Doing it now, when the pandemic has had such an amazing impression on households, was important.” The Niemuths credit score the presents of different educators in making this fund a actuality. Retired Memorial instructors Patty Zweifelhofer and Ken Montayne, together with his spouse Pat, offered assist, amongst others.
Items to the fund will be made on-line, or by verify, money, or reward of inventory. To study extra and to donate, go to the ECPSF web site at www.ecpsfound.org, key phrase search “Niemuth.”
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