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The Grace Project
Inspired by Lindsey Herring and her friends at Sacramento State, The Grace Project aims to promote retention and success among underrepresented students pursuing STEM degrees, by eliminating some of the financial barriers they face. STEM courses, particularly those with laboratory requirements, often burden students with additional expenses. The Grace Project alleviates financial stress by supporting students with the resources they need to be successful in their courses.
How to request assistance: Students who are taking a math or sceince class in Spring 2023 can complete the form below to make a reqeust for supplies from the Grace Project. View the list of items student are able to request
If your request is fullfilled you will recieve an email and your special code will also be listed on our webpage indicaing that your items are ready for pick up.
Deadline to submit your request is Wednesday January, 25, 2023.
The following students can now pick up their items from the Center for Science and Math Success, Sequoia Hall 320 Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. Please make sure to have your code to obtain your items.
How to Donate
If you are interested in supporting the Grace Project, here are ways to contribute:
- Make a donation online.
- Mail-in Donation: Make payments payable to The University Foundation at Sacramento State. Write “The Grace Project” in the memo line, and mail the donation to the address below.
California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street, MS 6130
Sacramento, CA 95819
- Purchase items through Amazon from the Grace Project Wish list.
If you would like a Tax ID Donation Acknowledgement Letter sent you you for your Amazon Wish List Donation, please message email@example.com
Student Messages to Grace Project Supporters
We are very greatful to all the donors and supports of the Grace Project. This project would not be possible with out your help but you do not have to take our word for it. Please see the messages of appreciation from the students who have benifited from the Grace Project.