Join us for a virtual fundraising event to show teachers some love!
You’re invited! Join us on February 15 at 7PM CT for an hour of fun, inspiration, and learning—all in support of education! Our virtual gathering will feature education experts and teachers discussing solutions to current issues in K-12 education.
It has never been more difficult to be a teacher. Amidst a multi-year pandemic, social unrest, and climate catastrophe, teachers are preparing students for an uncertain future during an uncertain present. Together, we can honor our teacher heroes and raise additional funds to help them purchase the tools and materials they need for their students’ success.
Tickets and How to Get a Gift Box
Tickets are sold on a sliding scale of $10-$500 to encourage attendees from all communities to participate. We ask that you give what you are able. When we all participate, we all thrive.
If you are unable to attend but want to contribute, you can make a donation.
When you purchase a ticket and make a donation over $100, you will receive a mailed gift box to open and enjoy during the event.
You can also purchase a virtual table for you and 9 other participants.
Interested in sponsoring this event with your company? Contact Melissa at [email protected]
Our virtual gathering will feature education experts and teachers discussing solutions to current issues in K-12 education. We’re honored to welcome speakers and authors: Dr. Artika Tyner will discuss racial equity in education and Dr. Anton Treuer will discuss language revitalization for Indigenous students.
Dr. Artika R. Tyner
Dr. Tyner is a professor, lawyer, author, and founding director of the Center on Race, Leadership, and Social Justice at the University of St. Thomas. She is committed to training students to serve as social engineers who create new inroads to justice and freedom.
Dr. Anton Treuer
Dr. Treuer is professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University, author of 19 books, and nationally-recognized expert on Indigenous education and language revitalization. His equity, education, and cultural work has put him on a path of service around the region, the nation, and the world.
Thank You to our Sponsors
A special thank you to our event sponsors who made this event possible. Your generosity makes it possible to connect students across the country with the supplies they need to succeed in school. With your support we can connect more passionate people with our mission to ensure every child has access to a good education.