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Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund has raised $ 5,200 from 32 gifts!
Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund

The Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund, named in honor of Chaplain Emeritus Rev. Raymond Judd ’56, was created to assist Trinity students who encounter an unforeseen financial emergency or catastrophic event while attending Trinity. 

 

Funding decisions are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by Chapel, Student Life, and Counseling Services staff. Funds are typically awarded once and do not have to be repaid.

 

Your gift to the Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund boosts the resources available to students facing financial strain due to circumstances such as a parent’s loss of job, a death in the family, parents’ divorce, or student illness or safety.

 

The number of students who can be served by the Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund is subject to the availability of funds. Your gift ensures that financial support to students in crisis will continue to be available for future Tigers. 

 

$2,500
Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund Challenge
Raymond Judd Student Emergency Fund was created to assist Trinity students who encounter an unforeseen financial emergency or catastrophic event. Resources are available to students facing financial strain due to circumstances such as a parent’s loss of job, a death in the family, parents’ divorce, or student illness or safety. If we receive 25 gifts to this Fund, the Fund will receive $2,500 from Jeff Ramsey ’81.
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