#TeachersCan Partners with DonorsChoose to Help Texas Teachers

Teachers know what their students need, and #TeachersCan wants to ensure they get it. #TeachersCan is partnering with DonorsChoose through a matching campaign to help companies and individuals support teachers through donations to fund classroom projects. Their goal is to raise a totally of $1.5 million to help Texas educators. 

Here’s how it works:                                                              

  1. Teachers can add their wish lists at donorschoose.org/teachers.
  2. Donors can search for topics, teachers, schools, or regions to support. (Check out donorschoose.org/TeachersCan.)
  3. Individual donors contribute to fund specific projects.
  4. #TeachersCan partners match up to $500,000 to double the impact.

#TeachersCan is asking educators to upload their wish lists by April 26—that’s today—so don’t delay!

#TeachersCan is a statewide movement led by teachers and supported by more than 125 partnering businesses and organizations committed to elevating the teaching profession. For more information on how to participate in this matching campaign for Texas teachers visit teacherscan.org/DonorsChoose

DonorsChoose is the leading way to give to public schools. Since 2000, more than 4.7 million people and partners have contributed $1 billion to support 1.9 million teacher requests for classroom resources and experiences in Texas and across the country. As the most trusted crowdfunding platform for teachers, donors, and district administrators alike, DonorsChoose vets each request, ships the funded resources directly to the classroom, and provides thank yous and reporting to donors and school leaders. Charity Navigator and GuideStar have awarded DonorsChoose, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, their highest ratings for transparency and accountability. For more information, visit donorschoose.org.

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