All of our current campaigns:

Teachers First Fund

Classrooms need our support more than ever. brings assistance to teachers and schools by connecting them with funding so every student has the supplies they deserve. Learn more >

Highest-Need Fund

The National Center for Education Statistics reports over half of public school students qualify for free or reduced lunch, meaning they live in or near poverty. To close the gap, nearly two-thirds of all classroom materials are purchased by teachers from their own funds. Learn more >


Experts tell us that STEAM learning is critical for preparing our future leaders and innovators. Yet, the National Math and Science Initiative found that only 36% of high-school students are ready for college-level science. STEAM classrooms need you more than ever. Learn more >

Inclusive Classroom Fund

What is an “Inclusive Classroom” and why is it important? Every student learns in their own way and at their own pace. We know teachers and principals are uniquely positioned to identify and address each student’s individual needs. The Inclusive Classroom Fund supports classrooms that strive for equity in education but need the resources to make it possible. Learn more >

New Teacher Fund

What if you had to pay out of pocket for all of the supplies you need to do your job? Your computer, tablet, desk, chair, anything you use at work had to be paid for out of your own money. Sounds ridiculous, right? But new teachers have to. Learn more>

Disaster Relief Fund

Natural disasters seem to dominate news outlets, but how can you help rebuild affected communities? We know you want to help.’s Disaster Relief Fund is a standing fund used to respond immediately to natural disasters impacting schools, classrooms, teachers, and students. Your donation helps rebuild communities one classroom at a time. Learn more >

Hurricane Maria Classroom Relief Fund

Schools still feel the impact over a year since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Teachers are still pushing ahead—and they are doing everything in their power to be there for each student impacted by the storm. Learn more >

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