2021 marks the 5th consecutive year Burlington Stores, the national discount retailer, is collecting funds in all their stores nationwide to benefit AdoptAClassroom.org and our PreK-12 teachers. Funds will be used to provide teachers and students in need with school supplies. Now through August 9, Burlington customers are invited to donate at checkout to help fund local classrooms nationwide. Since 2017, the retailer has raised more than $7 million from its customers for AdoptAClassroom.org! Visit a Store Near You.
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Subaru and its retailers have partnered with AdoptAClassroom.org to support schools and students in need by equipping them with the resources necessary to learn and grow in the classroom. This year, Subaru Loves Learning will help benefit more than 114,000 students nationwide. Learn more
Puffs donated $500,000 to AdoptAClassroom.org in celebration of 2020 Teacher Appreciation Week. Our friends at Puffs wanted to ensure our teachers have the tools they need, whether teaching from home or in the classroom. Learn more
This school year, Quaker® supported schools across the country. During the Quaker® Back-to-School 2020 Sweepstakes, Quaker® gave 261 prizes of $1,000 in AdoptAClassroom.org credit to help schools get the classroom supplies they need this school year. Learn more.
HTLF donated more than $260,000 to AdoptAClassroom.org to support high-needs schools in their communities. HTLF encouraged employees to join their efforts with a fundraiser to increase their impact. Learn more.
In celebration of their 100th anniversary, Wonder Bread donated $100,000 to AdoptAClassroom.org and hosted virtual events with celebrity guest Emily Calandrelli to support science classrooms across the nation. Learn more.
As part of their Back to School Free-for-All campaign, Ibotta is donating more than $100,000 to support teachers with AdoptAClassroom.org. Through their Flash Fund event, Ibotta adopted 400 classrooms to benefit 10,000 students at high-needs schools nationwide with the supplies they need for a successful school year. Learn more.
Staples® donated $50,000 to support the AdoptAClassroom.org STEM Fund during the 2019-2020 school year. The Staples STEM Match supports thousands of students across the nation with the supplies they need today to become tomorrow’s innovators. Learn more about our STEM Fund here or visit Staples online.
LeapFrog, a member of VTech Group, has always supported parents and teachers with the resources they need to keep kids busy and learning while at home. LeapFrog and VTech gave $80,000 to AdoptAClassroom.org in 2020 to support teachers with the resources they need in the classroom or for distance learning. Learn more.
VTech® Electronics North America believes in the importance of preschool education, so they flash funded 100 high-needs Pre-K teachers with $250 each on AdoptAClassroom.org in 2020. VTech also donated $50,000 to the AdoptAClassroom.org COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund. Learn more
Lenovo empowers classroom innovation by awarding $1,000 in AdoptAClassroom.org funds to two teachers every month for a full year (now through September 2021). To enter your teacher for their chance to win, visit their website here.
Since 2014, ACE’s Give A Little Campaign has raised more than $507,000 for classrooms across the nation. In 2021, ACE employees and customers adopted 31 classrooms in support of 775 students. Learn more
OOLY believes that everyone deserves the opportunity and the tools to express their creativity. Their efforts with AdoptAClassroom.org focus on teacher grants for classroom supplies and school adoptions. OOLY has supported more than 2600 students since 2017. Learn more
CDM Smith donated more than $25,000 in support of special education teachers in the communities where their employees live and work. Since 2018, CDM Smith has donated more than $50,000 to support teachers on AdoptAClassroom.org. Learn more.
StuDocu supports STEM education as part of their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org. The company gave $5,000 to a high-needs high school in Philadelphia to support their fabrication lab. Learn more.
HBO supports AdoptAClassroom.org through employee giving programs. Learn more
Since 2016, Alerus Mortgage has donated $27,000 to support teachers and students in the greater Twin Cities area. Learn more
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, customers helped Skechers give back to teachers at high-needs schools by rounding up their purchases in support of AdoptAClassroom.org – more than $30,000 was donated to help teachers across the nation. Funds raised supported more than 100 teachers and 3,600 students in high-needs classrooms across the U.S. Find a Skechers near you.
The Best Year Ever line of products is bringing some fun, creativity, and support to classrooms nationwide. 5% of all sales will be donated to AdoptAClassroom.org to support our work nationwide. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Arizona Bank and Trust donated $20,000 to Academy of Math & Science in Phoenix, Arizona, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Bank of Blue Valley donated $20,000 to Fairview Elementary School in Olathe, Kansas, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Citywide Banks donated $20,000 to Wyatt Academy in Denver, Colorado, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Dubuque Bank & Trust donated $20,000 to Prescott Elementary School in Dubuque, Iowa, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, FirstBank & Trust donated $20,000 to Tahoka Elementary School in Tahoka, Texas, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Illinois Bank & Trust donated $20,000 to Lewis Lemon Elementary School in Rockford, Illinois, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Minnesota Bank & Trust donated $20,000 to Noble Academy in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, New Mexico Bank & Trust donated $20,000 to Dolores Gonzales Elementary School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Premier Valley Bank donated $20,000 to Roosevelt High School in Fresno, California, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Rocky Mountain Bank donated $20,000 to Hyalite Elementary in Bozeman Montana, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Through their partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Wisconsin Bank & Trust donated $20,000 to Toki Middle School in Madison, Wisconsin, a high-needs school in their community. Learn more.
Coupon Cause, the website that offers coupon codes from retailers worldwide, gives back a portion of their profits to support charities. Since 2020, CouponCause has donated $20,000 to AdoptAClassroom.org to help stock classrooms with school supplies.
Bobo’s is celebrating our nation’s frontline heroes by donating 100% of proceeds from their 2021 Hero Chocolate Chip Oat Bar to AdoptAClassroom.org and Project Hope. Learn more.
Kronos supports AdoptAClassroom.org through a three-year GiveInspired grant. Learn more
Nick Jr. supports AdoptAClassroom.org through programs like Beyond the Backpack, a nationwide initiative to get kids ready for kindergarten. Learn more
In 2017, Whole Foods Markets in Minneapolis-Saint Paul supported Minnesota teachers through the Highest-Needs Fund. Learn More
Kleenex® and Meijer have teamed up with AdoptAClassroom.org to support Michigan teachers during the 2020-2021 back-to-school season. Through the Thank a Teacher Giveaway, 50 teachers in Michigan will win a $500 Meijer gift card so they can get the supplies they need for their classrooms and students. Learn more: www.KleenexThankATeacher.com
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