Registration and school page set up
How to Register and Set Up Your School Page

Our School Program is an education fundraising platform to help principals and school administrators cover the costs of school-wide initiatives. At AdoptAClassroom.org, we understand that increased budget cuts, paired with a growing need to secure funding for larger projects, require principals and school administrators to seek alternative funding resources to underwrite these important school-wide programs. […]

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A Detailed Guide to School Pages
How to Complete Your School Page, Step by Step

When you create your school page, you’ll be able to tell your school’s story, set a fundraising goal, and talk about your school’s unique needs. As you work on your page, read on for guidance every step of the way. There are two things to do before you start working on your school page: 1. […]

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Upload Your Photo in Six Easy Steps
Upload Your Photo in Six Easy Steps

We highly encourage all school account administrators to upload a photo to their school page. A photo can help connect donors to your school, and tell your school’s story. If you have a public-facing page on our website, your photo will appear at the top of your page, directly above your school name. It will […]

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Finding the best shipping rates on AdoptAClassroom.org
Tips for Getting the Best Shipping Rate on the AdoptAClassroom.org Marketplace

The AdoptAClassroom marketplace is a one-stop-shop for educational resources including books, office supplies, flexible seating, musical instruments and more! Our extensive online marketplace is made possible by our vendor partners who are essential in supporting us as a nonprofit organization. Their support also allows our online donors to give 100% directly to their favorite teacher […]

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School Program Registration Tips: Public Pages vs. Private Pages for Schools
Public-Facing vs. Non Public-Facing Pages for Schools

Setting up your free school page on AdoptAClassroom.org is designed to be quick and easy, but we understand you may have some questions along the way. One thing we want to make sure all of our School Program users understand is what it means to have a school page that is public-facing, vs. one that […]

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Q&A: How Funding Professional Development Creates a Stronger Classroom

Kindergarten teacher Janice has raised more than $5,600 on AdoptAClassroom.org from individual donors and Spotlight funds in order to support her classroom needs. She purchased much-needed classroom supplies, but she also used the donations to pay for professional development courses to help her effectively utilize the materials she ordered. We hear from teachers and principals […]

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How to Ensure Important AdoptAClassroom.org Emails Reach Your Inbox

As a virtual, nonprofit organization, we send important messages that help us make a difference in classrooms across the nation every day. Often these messages are delivered by email only, and we want to ensure you receive them. Teachers and principals receive messages when they have a new donation in their account to spend, when […]

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How Companies Transform Classrooms
Alerus Mortgage Helps Minnesota Teachers Make the Impossible, Possible

Today public and private partnerships are more important than ever. Businesses of every size are stepping up and pitching in to ensure their communities are both safe and flourishing places for their employees and customers to work, live and raise their families. Everybody wins, it’s good for the community and it’s good for business. At […]

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33 Teachers Surprised with Funds for Classroom Supplies
33 Teachers Surprised with Funds for Classroom Supplies

At a recent school-wide assembly, Subaru representatives presented the teachers at Forest Hill Elementary with a $5,500 gift card to AdoptAClassroom.org. The funds were to be split equally among the classroom teachers so they could purchase the supplies and materials their students need to learn and succeed. “Teachers know what’s best, and what they need […]

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