This Valentine’s Day, we’re adding $25 to the first 200 classroom donations!

What do teachers love on Valentine’s Day?

Your support.

We think Valentine’s Day is the sweetest time to support the teachers you love. And to sweeten the deal even further, we’ll help you share the love this February 14th.   

The first 200 donations made on Valentine’s Day will get a $25 match. Why? Because we know that teachers are spending an average of $600 out of their own pockets to supply their classrooms. We also know that 90% of teachers buy supplies for students who can’t afford them. And we know that filling this gap is nothing less than an act of love.

So, show your affection for that special educator by making a donation on February 14th, and be sure to share your favorite teacher’s profile on social media to encourage others to join you.

Together, let’s show teachers the love they deserve this Valentine’s Day.

Matching begins at 12 AM EST on Tuesday, 2/14/2017 and ends when we hit our goal of 200 classrooms. Donors will be notified via email by 6pm ET on 2/14/2017 if their donation earned a match. We will update this page the moment the match runs out. Last match, we ran out of matching donations by 10 AM, so donate early! Donations must be processed on 2/14/2017 as part of the first 200 classrooms, no “holds” for mailing checks or later donations.

To help as many classrooms as we can, each classroom is limited to one $25 match per donor. If you make multiple donations to one teacher, they will receive only one $25 match (however, if you donate to five different teachers, all five will be eligible for the $25 match, and if multiple donors contribute to the same teacher, that teacher will be eligible for multiple $25 matches). Teachers will receive the matching donation within the week in their account.


3 Responses to “This Valentine’s Day, we’re adding $25 to the first 200 classroom donations!”

  1. It is amazing how much I spend weekly and even monthly on my students, just so they can have snacks and necessary supplies for a successful day. Some people don’t know how lucky they are. One of my students wrote on an essay that I was the greatest teacher in the world, because I gave him lunch money when he didn’t have any. He said Thank You, but he put this in an essay 3 weeks later. Little did I know how much of a difference I had made. Sometimes it is the littlest things that make an impact.

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