If classroom funding isn’t there, teachers find ways to fill the gap. They’re doing more with less and it’s coming out of their own pockets. We asked teachers across the nation to share the emotional and financial impact of funding legislation in their classrooms and lives.
Thank you for supporting education with us this school year! Together, we’ve helped more than 8,400 classrooms so students in need across the country have access to the supplies they deserve.
*** The Donation Match Has Ended: $0 in matching funds remain.*** Thank you to everyone who made a gift to a classroom this Teacher Appreciation Week. If you made a gift, you will receive a donation match confirmation email later this week. Still want to help? Find and support a teacher here. This Teacher Appreciation Week, […]
Telling the story of your classroom can be overwhelming. You spend most of your time in the classroom, thinking about your students, or lesson planning. You can talk about your profession for hours, but how do you distill the most important information into a few paragraphs? Crafting a donation ask can be hard, but it […]
During Teacher Appreciation Week, May 6 – 10, 2019, AdoptAClassroom.org is matching every unique donation to your classroom up to $50. Check out this blog post for details. Teachers spend hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars a year to provide students with the resources they deserve. We’re experts on making the most of a small […]
When Meenakshi Sinha started painting three years ago, she had no idea she would raise more than $40,000 selling her artwork. Meenakshi runs The Giving Canvas, a Facebook page where she auctions her paintings online and donates the proceeds to causes she is passionate about. When she heard about the needs teachers face in the […]
Through the end of March 2019 we’re tripling your gift to the Inclusive Classroom Fund, up to $5,000. Donate to the Inclusive Classroom Fund >> What is an inclusive classroom? An inclusive classroom addresses inequity in the classroom on the basis of race, ethnicity, family background, sexual and gender identity, ability, or any personal or […]
When you donate to the Highest-Need Fund you’re supporting classrooms in high-poverty communities. Traditional fundraising can be difficult for teachers and principals in schools where many families already struggle financially. The Highest-Need Fund fills that gap and helps donors get supplies in the hands of students who need it most. Together, we’re supporting equity in […]
STEAM is an educational approach that integrates science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics and is gaining traction in schools across the country. To better serve today’s educators and students, AdoptAClassroom.org has combined our Arts and STEM Funds into our new STEAM Fund. We believe by combining the two funds we can help our educators keep […]