How AdoptAClassroom.org Works!

Our goal at AdoptAClassroom.org is to give teachers a hand, but how exactly do we do that?

We are a highly-rated, transparent non-profit that acts as a link between the donors and the teachers in need. Here’s how it works:

  1. Any K-12 teachers across the country can register and share their stories and supply needs online.
  2. Donors search our website for classrooms. Donors can give to a specific teacher they know, search for a teacher in their community, or give to a Spotlight Fund. Click here to see all the ways to give.
  3. Teachers can spend their funds right away on the supplies their classroom needs most.
  4. Donors receive thank you emails, impact stories, and the list of supplies they purchased for their adopted classroom.

Seems pretty easy right? We think supporting teachers in need should be that simple! Give to a teacher here or register your classroom.

 

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2 Responses to “How AdoptAClassroom.org Works!”

  1. Hello,
    I work for Excel Academy LLC, a private non-parochial school in Casper WY. We received our private school licensing this past spring and we are currently educating 25 students in our K-8th program and 9 in our preschool. I have tried a couple of times to register our classroom on the Adopt a Classroom website and every time I am unable to find our school listed in the registry. The website will NOT let me register without selecting a school from the list. I have also been searching for a Phone number or some way to contact AAC and see if we may be added to the list. I appreciate anything you an do to help me to register our awesome little school. Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from AAC in the near future. Sincerely,
    Heather Warren; Office Administration; Excel Academy, LLC; Casper, WY
    307-237-3963: [email protected]

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