How to use Your School Page to Fundraise
How to use Your School Page to Fundraise

If your school has a public-facing fundraising page on AdoptAClassroom.org, there are dozens of ways you can use it to reach potential donors and ask for their support.  Here are a few ideas, including examples you can copy and paste to share on social media, via email, and more!  Note: We encourage you to customize […]

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How to Access and Spend Your Funds in 4 Easy Steps

AdoptAClassroom.org makes it easy for teachers, principals, and other school administrators to receive funds and shop for what their students need. Our online marketplace of vendors carries everything from basic school supplies and technology, to books and furniture. Check out these four easy steps on how to access your funds and shop for what your school needs on AdoptAClassroom.org.

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How to Take Great Photos to Fundraise for Your School
How to Take Great Photos to Fundraise for Your School

At AdoptAClassroom.org, we love photos, especially because they are helpful in telling your school’s story. Photos can be used to add context and visual interest to your school page, in your fundraising efforts on social media, email, etc., and in thank you notes to your donors.

To learn more about how to use photos to help with your school’s fundraising efforts, read on for our recommendations and advice.

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How to Create Great Videos to Fundraise for Your School
How to Create Great Videos to Fundraise for Your School

Videos are a great way to tell your school’s story, and describe its needs efficiently and effectively to potential donors. When they hear directly from you, they will be more likely to donate. And, when you receive a donation from an individual donor or a business, thanking them in a short video adds a personal […]

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Three Tips to Protect Student Privacy in Photos and Videos
3 Tips to Protect Student Privacy in Photos and Videos

Protecting student privacy is one of the many responsibilities school administrators have to ensure the students at their school are safe. And, because student safety is a priority, we know taking and sharing photos and videos of students can feel overwhelming.

We’re here to help! Check out these three tips to safely take and share great photos and videos of students that protect their privacy.

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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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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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