Ewing Cultural Center is a landmark unique to Central Illinois. Private support allows the Illinois State University Foundation to maintain and restore the historical property, continue educational opportunities, and provide a place of solace in the beautiful gardens. Your contribution is needed and appreciated. For information about how you can support the property, contact the Illinois State University Development Office at (309) 438-8041 or visit the Giving website.
There are several ways for environmentalists, historians, nature lovers, and friends of the University to support the mission of Ewing Cultural Center:
Ewing Manor was gifted to the Illinois State University Foundation in 1969 upon the death of Hazle Buck Ewing. This historic home and grounds are used as a living laboratory for ISU students studying history, horticulture, construction, theatre, and event planning to name a few. Your gift will help support restoration projects and educational activities of the Manor and gardens. Make your gift by visiting the Giving website. In the "Find a Fund" search box type in Ewing Cultural Center.
Opportunities to pay tribute to individuals, organizations, and others by naming features or dedicating a garden or a tree in the Genevieve Green Gardens in their honor. Contact the Director of Ewing Cultural Center for additional information at (309) 438-6333 or emailing email@example.com.
The Friends of Ewing Cultural Center is an opportunity to volunteer and help preserve and grow Ewing Manor and the Genevieve Green Gardens. Volunteers are individuals interested in the historic preservation of this unique community landmark and appreciate the extensive gardens available for public enjoyment. If you are interested in volunteering at Ewing Manor or the Genevieve Green Gardens, contact the Ewing staff at (309) 438-6333.