Eastern States Exposition has enriched the lives of young people since the first exposition back in 1917. I am amazed at the stories about generations of New Englanders who love The Big E and treasure its impact on their lives.
Today, our New England landscape is changing. The Big E programs for youth and agriculture are even more important to new generations of young people. But, we don’t have all the resources needed to enhance and create programs that promote youth education, agriculture education, history and leadership.
Those of us who hold the Exposition close to our hearts have started a campaign to preserve these programs. To date, our fundraising efforts have been limited, we are now turning to our friends for support. concentrated on our close family.
As we broaden the circle and ask for your help, we do so with the goal of expanding and creating new youth and agriculture opportunities that will be important in cultivating our next generation of leaders! Please take a few minutes to read about our Mission and how your contribution will aid in expanding and creating new programs for our young people.
I thank you for your generous support of the Foundation and Eastern States Exposition.
William Stamp, Jr.
Foundation Committee Chair