Teachers Making A Difference BlogSix Teachers Making a Difference

Here at AdoptAClassroom, we love celebrating the amazing educators who are changing the world, one student at a time. With a little help, these six classroom superstars are making a huge difference! 1. Cameo B. – Waterford, CA Cameo is a 2nd Grade teacher who decided that learning and fun should go hand in hand. […]

Rachael Ray 2017 Blog_v2Watch a BIG Teacher Surprise on the Rachel Ray Show

Rickee Stewart is a teacher on a mission to help support the 2,100 homeless students in her district. Instead of wedding gifts for her engagement, she asked for coats to help her students in need. Check out her story on the Rachel Ray Show below: Thanks to Burlington Stores, Rickee’s students will receive all of the coats […]

Christopher and Banks Denim Blog (1)Support AdoptAClassroom.org Teachers at Select Christopher & Banks Stores August 12!

Stop into Christopher & Banks’s Denim Dash on Saturday, August 12th to support AdoptAClassroom.org. While you’re in store, be sure to enter to win a free pair of denim. Two winners in each store will be selected. To learn more about how you can help teachers, visit any of the 29 participating stores on August 12, […]

Pack Your Bag Blog 2017 Header#PackYourBag: Building a Narrative

Crowdfunding is one of the most powerful fundraising tools out there. Anyone with an internet connection can make a pitch to the whole world. Everyone who reads your story or visits your page could be your next classroom donor. There are a lot of people and nonprofits asking for support online, so let’s help your […]

headerWe’re Launching the Next 20 Years of Classroom Crowdfunding

In 1998, we had a simple and innovative idea: give classrooms a way to fundraise for the school supplies they need. From the beginning we relied on new technology to further our mission, making us one of the first crowdfunding sites ever. The upcoming 2017-2018 school year will mark 20 years of AdoptAClassroom.org. A lot […]

how-it-works-blogHow 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: Any K-12 teachers across the country can register and share their stories and supply needs online. […]

Beyond the Backpack Blog (1)Beyond The Backpack: Preparing Kindergartners for Success in School

In August, parents make costly back-to-school purchases for their children or students. It’s an annual tradition for many. But many parents are unable to provide their children with supplies they need for school. On Saturday, August 6 Nick Jr., Mall of America and AdoptAClassroom.org alleviated some of the financial burden at the Beyond the Backpack event. Together, our three […]

Small Business Blog5 Tips for Hosting a Back-To-School Donation Drive

Back-to-school shopping is right around the corner, and teachers are about to feel the financial burden of having to stock their classroom with supplies. Teachers spend an average of $600 on school supplies each year out of their own pocket. Many students come to class without any of the basic supplies they need, and teachers […]

Featured Donor Blog (1)Featured Donor Story: Deb Wycislak Gives More Than Funds

AdoptAClassroom.org donor Deb Wycislak understands the struggle many teachers face in supplying their classrooms. Since 2014, Deb has been doing her part by funding classrooms in Forest Lake, Minnesota. “I wanted to donate locally to a school that was important to me,” said Deb. “So, I went through AdoptAClassroom.org because they are good at connecting to local community […]

Success Story_AprilKennett Teacher Empowered to Bring Technology to Her Classroom

With help from Farmers Insurance, AdoptAClassroom.org and Sheryl Crow surprised every Kennett High School teacher with a $600 classroom adoption in February. Check out the impact this surprise had in one science teacher’s classroom. Michelle McMullan teaches Chemistry at Kennett High School in Missouri. Her chemistry classroom’s budget is approximately $2,000, which isn’t nearly as much as […]