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 […]

Blog-PackYourBag#PackYourBag: A Guide to Crowdfunding Your Classroom

You didn’t become a teacher to fundraise. Then what happened when you started your first teaching job? You found that in order to have access to the tools you need, fundraising absolutely became part of the job. The good news is that you aren’t alone. Teachers spend an average of $600 each year on their […]

Blog-PackYourBag#PackYourBag: 4 Ideas for Sharing Your Story on Social Media

This is the fourth chapter in the #PackYourBag series. With the six items in our “backpack,” we’re giving you tools to help fund your classroom. To read the first chapter, click here.  In the fourth chapter of our #PackYourBag series, we’re using Art Supplies to talk about getting creative with Social Media. To read all […]

Blog-PackYourBag#PackYourBag: Organizing Champions for Your Classroom

So we’ve shown you how to set your goals and craft your story…and maybe now you’re feeling a little overwhelmed. You already have more than a full time job…you’re a teacher. It’s time to look for a little help with this fundraising thing. Let us introduce you to the Classroom Champion. A champion is someone […]

Blog-PackYourBag#PackYourBag: Crafting Your Story

This is the second chapter in the #PackYourBag series. With the six items in our “backpack,” we’re giving you tools to help fund your classroom. To read the first chapter, click here.  There are 27 million pieces of content shared online each day. So when it comes to getting your classroom funded, standing out is important. […]