In the weeks following the killing of George Floyd by police, right here in our hometown of Minneapolis, protests have rippled across the country demanding change to end pervasive and systemic racial injustice in our country. As we process our outrage, grief, and pain, the staff and board of AdoptAClassroom.org have been reflecting on what […]
As this global crisis evolves, it is clear that we must act now to support kids and teachers. All donations made to our Disaster Relief Fund by April 30, 2020 will be disbursed to high-need schools impacted by COVID-19. Your gift will be directed as a grant to high-need educators to purchase supplies that mitigate […]
One year ago the Camp Fire devastated Paradise, California, displacing an entire community. The Paradise community is resilient, and with the generosity of AdoptAClassroom.org donors, back-to-school season is a little easier.
Inclusive Classroom Fund donors joined forces this year to make a huge impact in advancing classroom equity. 26 teachers and principals received funding to cultivate equity in their schools.
This back-to-school season, AdoptAClassroom.org is awarding $100 and $1,000 Classroom Adoptions to teachers at high-needs schools. 63% of top-performing teachers cited poverty as being one of the barriers to learning that most affects their students. That’s one of the reasons why the AdoptAClassroom.org Highest-Need Fund supports educators facing the impact of poverty in the classroom […]
When you make a gift, 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. With classroom grants to Title I classrooms, you fill that gap and put supplies in the hands of students who need it most. Together, we’re supporting equity […]
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 […]
During the season of giving, our goal is to raise $10,000 for high-poverty classrooms by December 31. Classrooms in need are still missing crucial funds and you can help by joining us in fundraising for our Highest-Need Fund! Here’s how you can help: Create a Facebook Fundraiser Facebook fundraisers are a great way to connect […]
Written by AdoptAClassroom.org Executive Director, Ann Pifer Over the past year, AdoptAClassroom.org has become more active in disaster relief for classrooms around the country, and we have learned that this is something we do exceptionally well. Why? Because of our ability to be fast and targeted, flexible and accountable in responding to disasters affecting schools. […]