2017-2018 Classroom Grants

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    Classroom Grant Applications are open! 

    JEF Classroom Grant Applications will be accepted Tuesday, August 1 - Friday, October 27, 2017 

    Apply early for a better chance of funding!

    For more information, click HERE


Coming Soon!

  •  PFTP
    Painting for the Pantries 
    West Jordan Women in Business is teaming up with That Paint Thing
    for an exclusive night of painting to raise funds for the
    Principal's Pantries in Jordan District! 
    September 28, 2017
    6-9 pm
    Jordan Hills Elementary School
    8892 S. 4800 W.
    West Jordan, UT  84088 
    *For more information, click HERE
  • Mission Statement

    Jordan Education Foundation helps students in Jordan School District succeed by raising money in strategic and sustainable ways.

Help Support Homeless Students By Donating to Provide Winter Coats!

  • Winter Coats  


    Copper Hills High School teacher Rickee Stewart is making a difference in the lives of students in a big way! Instead of gifts for her wedding, the soon-to-be-bride has registered for winter coats for Jordan District students in need!


    Her project posted on DonorsChoose.org caught the attention of KSL 5 news.  Click HERE to view.  


    Currently 100% of donations are being matched dollar for dollar! Jordan Education Foundation will contribute 25% to this project. You can help by clicking HERE.


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  • NSFA                     UNA            

Chevron Fuel Your School

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    Chevron Fuel Your School is an opportunity for teachers to request materials and supplies for their classrooms by simply listing their needs on DonorsChoose.org beginning September 1, 2017.  In October, every 8 gallon fill up at a Chevron or Texaco station in your county will result in a $1 donation to DonorsChoose.org that will be used toward those requests.  Chevron is donating up to $750,000 to teachers in Davis, Salt Lake, and Utah Counties this year.


    Chevron’s Fuel Your School helps fund eligible classroom projects, including STEM projects. New this year, Student Life Essential projects and Student-led projects will also be funded.  The Student Life Essential Projects may include warm clothing, personal hygiene products and food.  Student-led Projects allow middle and high school students to collaborate with teachers and have an active role in developing and submitting classroom project requests.


    More details are available

    HERE and HERE

Thank You Rocky Mountain Power

  • Special Thanks to Rocky Mountain Power for their generous donation to Jordan Education Foundation supporting students and teachers through our Classroom Grants program!