Classroom Grant Applications
JEF Classroom Grant Applications will be accepted
Monday, August 15 - Friday, October 28, 2016 
Apply early for a better chance of funding!
For more information, click HERE
2015 recipients are not eligible in 2016.

Mission Statement

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

 2016 JEF Economic Summit

What a fantastic morning bringing community together at the 1st Annual JEF Economic Summit.

We were privileged to hear from from Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, Bluffdale Mayor Derk Timothy, Carmen R. Freeman - Herriman Mayor, Riverton Mayor Bill Applegarth, South Jordan Director of Commerce, Brian Preece, Kim Rolfe - Mayor of West Jordan City, Robert M. Spendlove, Senior VP Economic & Public Policy, Zion's Bank and Ben Hart of the Governor's Office of Economic Development.

Jordan School District Board of Education Vice President, Janice Voorhies, had this to say:

"The Jordan Education Foundation Economic Summit was a great way for business people, political leaders, educators, and students come together to examine growth in the southwest side of the valley. It was an unparalleled opportunity for young people to see how community leaders work together to solve the challenges presented by our attractive business climate and our rapidly increasing population!"
To view Ben Hart's slide presentation, click HERE
To view Robert Spendlove's slide presentation, click HERE

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In Memoriam

Brette Llewelyn
Our hearts go out to the family of Brette Llewelyn, a student at Kauri Sue Hamilton School who passed away October 12, 2016.  The family has designated the Kauri Sue Hamilton School for memorial contributions through Jordan Education Foundation.
To donate, click HERE and please specify that you wish your donation to go to the Brette Llewelyn Memorial Fund.  Donations will go toward building a wheelchair park at Kauri Sue Hamilton School.
Thank you. 

Chevron's Fuel Your School campaign supports public education in Jordan School District by helping educators receive funding for eligible projects by simply listing their needs on during the month of September.  In October, every 8-gallon or more fill up at a Chevron or Texaco station in your county will result in a $1 donation to DonorsChoose to fund those teacher requests. 
Based on fuel sales during October 2015, Chevron Fuel Your School, generated $750,000 to help fund 948 DonorsChoose projects for 91,580 students in 346 public schools in Salt Lake, Davis, and Utah counties.  
Jordan School District teachers received $65,865 for 86 projects last year and we hope for even more to be funded this year!
Thanks to educators for submitting grant requests to and to consumers for supporting the campaign!