EXTENDED: ENV Emergency Assistance Program

EXTENDED: ENV Emergency Assistance Program Image
$3,525
70%
Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
9 Donors
29
days left
Project ends on January 01, at 12:00 AM PST
Project Owners

ENV Emergency Assistance Program

The College of Environmental Design (ENV) invites your support for the Emergency Assistance Program (ENV-EAP) to provide one-time $500 stipends to students suddenly experiencing unforeseen hardship due to COVID-19. So far, the program has awarded more than 30 grants to students enrolled in the architecture, art (visual communication design and art history), landscape architecture, and urban and regional planning programs. But we know the struggle continues for them – and we're here to help.

Learn more about the program at http://env.cpp.edu/env/eap.

Make a Difference

Your generosity will help us help more. Stipend recipients are students hit hardest by the novel coronavirus pandemic  those suddenly facing challenges in their academic, professional and personal lives from the economic disruption of reduced and lost incomes. The most vulnerable of our young people are dealing with housing and food insecurity as they pursue their dreams of designing our shared sustainable future.

More than ever, your investments play a critical role in the lives of our students, the strength of our college, and our ability to make advances in the planning and design fields that impact society. 

All donations to this program are tax-deductible. 

About the College of Environmental Design

The College of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona connects people, places and the environments in which we live, work and play. Its nationally ranked programs in architecture, landscape architecture, urban and regional planning, and visual communication design and art history, positions ENV to educate and train design professionals to shape the future of built and natural environments with resiliency and justice.

ENV is a leader in design and innovative problem-solving for communities in Southern California and around the globe. Learn more at http://env.cpp.edu/env/national-rankings.

Levels
Choose a giving level

$10

Study Buddy

Fuel a student's creative energy by covering the cost of a healthy meal.

$25

Friend

$25 can buy a bag of groceries for a student.

$50

Supporter

$50 can help a student buy essential items for their household.

$100

Advocate

Help a student purchase tech school supplies — headphones with mic, laptop charger and mouse, storage drive — they need to succeed in a predominantly virtual learning environment.

$250

Patron

Help cover a full month of groceries for a student.

$500

Benefactor

Fund one (1) emergency grant for a student in need.

$1,000

Leaders Circle

Fund two (2) emergency grants for students in need.