*How You Can Support Teachers By Doing This! I received a gift card for this post. Opinions are my own.
If you are a parent, chances are your child goes to a public school. If your child has a great teacher, one that you absolutely adore, you will want to help support their teacher by doing what you can like; donating classroom supplies, offering your time to help out in the classroom and more.
Support Teachers By Doing This!
So, how can you support teachers? There are many ways to support teachers, some of those ideas are mentioned above. But if you really want to help out a teacher in need, I like to visit the site, DonorsChoose.org because there, you can find a teacher in your area or a teacher somewhere else (if your child’s teacher is not on that site), to donate supplies too!
I absolutely LOVE DonorsChoose.org because it allows you to search through teachers and their classrooms and see what supplies they are in need of. I have donated twice to DonorsChoose.org and every time, the teacher and her students write me a heartfelt email, thanking me for supporting and even fully funding one of their classroom needs! It is such a great feeling to know I had a hand in helping out a classroom filled with students eager to learn!!
I did a blog post a while back about SONIC Drive-In and how they partnered with DonorsChoose.org. It was an eye-opener learning how little teachers made and that they often times used their own money for their classroom supplies!
As you know, SONIC is a longtime supporter of public school teachers through its philanthropic initiative Limeades for Learning®. And, of course, SONIC is at it AGAIN with their 10th annual SONIC Limeades for Learning Fall Voting campaign!
In case you did not know, Limeades for Learning® is a national award-winning initiative to support U.S. public school teachers in local communities.
SONIC’s 10th Annual Fall Voting Campaign Begins!
The 10th annual SONIC Limeades for Learning Fall Voting campaign is officially underway! With the school year back in full swing, it’s the perfect time to cast your daily vote for the teacher projects that inspire you most.
SONIC is lending a hand to public school teachers everywhere by funding up to $1 million worth of teacher projects through Sunday, October 28, and it’s up to you to help decide where the money goes!
There are four ways to vote for teacher projects throughout the campaign:
· All users with a valid email address can cast one (1) vote per day.
· Get a voting code from a SONIC Drive-In Bag Sticker, which counts as two (2) votes towards the same project.
· When you vote ten (10) separate times, you receive a special code via email worth two votes to be used toward the same project.
· If you share your vote, you receive one (1) vote per social share.
Would if your favorite project didn’t get enough votes in week one of voting? Don’t worry, because projects that didn’t receive funding that week will have their votes carry over into the following weeks!
Check Out The Classrooms In Need!
Check out all the live teacher projects up for funding during Fall Voting here, and when you find a project that pulls on your heartstrings, make sure the teacher doesn’t miss out on SONIC’s donation. Cast your vote and spread the word to show your support!
This teachers classroom (see above picture) needs 2 hotplates, beakers, safety glasses, and other basic science tools. The hotplates, pipettes, safety glasses, and beakers would allow the students to engage, explore, and elaborate. Donate to this classroom here!
Here is another classroom in need! They only have one computer for the whole class! They need more! Help Mrs. Asby get those computers by donating here!
Here is another one! Ms. Blankenship needs more chairs for her students! This is something that every school should already have, but some don’t! They don’t have enough seats for all of the students who enter the library! To accommodate the number of students visiting their library, they need more flexible seating options. Flexible seating will provide her students with a positive and welcoming atmosphere for their age group and learning needs. Donate here!
Recognizing public school teachers needed more support, SONIC Drive-In partnered with DonorsChoose.org ten years ago. In 2009 SONIC launched Limeades for Learning with its first Fall Voting campaign.
Since the launch of SONIC’s Limeades for Learning philanthropic campaign in partnership with DonorsChoose.org, SONIC has donated $10.4 million to public school teachers and impacted over 600,000 students nationwide to fund essential learning materials and innovative teaching resources to inspire creativity and learning in today’s youth.
With the help and support of our fans, by 2021 SONIC’s total contribution to local public school classrooms will exceed $20 million.
Go here to vote!!
Find a classroom in your city or find a classroom you want to donate to, here!
One person is going to win a $25 SONIC Gift Card! Yay!
The Contest is open US residents ages 18+. The giveaway will end on October 29, 2018, at 11:59 PM MT. Winner will have 48 hours to confirm their win after I email them, or a new winner will be chosen. I am not responsible for lost or stolen mail.
Betty Curran says
I like the S.T.E.M – Mrs. Kuenning’s Makerspace Builds Imagination, Collaboration and Hope! in Omaha, Nebraska
Susan Marina Brown Lane says
I would like to help fund Tables for Learning
Vikki L Billings says
I would like to help fund the, Cricut, Cricut..What Will You Create? in Kansas City, Missouri
Vikki L Billings says
I would love to help fund, Cricut, Cricut..What Will You Create? in Kansas City, Missouri.
Buddy Garrett says
I would like to help fund the Comfortable Seats, Engaging Minds project.
Coding and Robotics in the Classroom.
I would help the Messy Art project.
Sarah L says
Help Me Find My Just Right Book!
Thanks for the contest.
Amy Greenwood says
I voted for Let There Be Lights and Learning.
Cassandra D says
The Coding and Robotics in the Classroom.
Carolyn D says
I voted for “Taking Away Some Worries Through Support Inside and Out!” for James S Hunt Elementary School. I would love to help students in my community receive the essentials they need.
Maryann D. says
I would like to help the project Reading Champions! in Georgia.
Leigh Smith says
Oh, gosh, in a perfect world, I’d fund every single teacher’s proiect, Kim! Such a difficult choice, but I’ll go with “Kicking off Project Lit @ DPACMS,” whose aim is to provide middle-schoolers with 20 copies of author Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give (https://www.limeadesforlearning.com/projects/3375899). As a writer, I fell in love with this project to bring books to children right away, and this book is even more timley and important in that it focuses on a strong female heroine and she just so happens to be African-American. Sounds like a very winning situation for the book recipients, and I truly hope it gets funded.
Mia Rose says
I would like to fund the Showing Off Student Success and Creativity in Chicago.
Fredrick Pauly says
I would like to fund Set the Stage to Engage in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Nicole Lancaster says
I would like to help fund the Great Rewards for Great Behavior with PBIS project at South Mountain High School in Phoenix, Arizona.
Donna L says
The Comfortable Seating, Engaging Minds!
Darlene Carbajal says
I’d love to fund Mrs. Eddings – Cubbies for Flexible Seating Classroom; Pomona, CA.
Tracie Cooper says
I would love to help Kids Helping Kids in Pinellas Park, FL
Sonya Allstun says
I’d fund a dramatic play center for pre-K kids in Tennessee.
Mary Gardner says
I’d like to support Ms. Hartgrove in Making Math Glow with Excitement! in North Carolina.
I’d fund a dramatic play center for pre-K kids in Tennessee.
Kathy Lane says
The Include Me
“Help me give my students the opportunity to engage with technology and have a different avenue for learning.” is a project that I would like to support. This schools is mostly low-income families and could use the help.
Janet W. says
I’d love to help the The Bare Necessities of Class campaign in Belle Glade, FL!
Christina Gould says
I would love to help fun the Every Child Is An Artist in Sacramento, CA. Sweet cause. Thanks for the giveaway!
ellen beck says
“Help me give my students a cart for them to store their chromebooks! I would support Kingsley Elementary!
Julie Bickham says
I would like to support Interactive Social-Emotional Learning at Claiborne Pell Elementary School. My daughter went there and it’s a great program.
shelly peterson says
I would help out the Creating a Classroom Community Starts With a Special Meeting Place! in Spokane, WA in Mrs. Grittner class.
Elizabeth Tarlow says
I would love to support Beats by Hardin.
I like Ms. Blankenship’s request for more flexible seating for the library. I think it’s great so many kids use the library.
Elizabeth Miller says
I would choose https://www.limeadesforlearning.com/projects/3415361, Collaboration and Technology at FSM Academy. Giving kids a strong system to follow helps in all ways of academics.
I would like to support Mrs. Bradfield from Achieve Language Academy in St Paul MN to help add magnetic pattern blocks and magnetic boards for their STEM area.
Susan Smith says
I will support Baby It’s Cold Outside that helps student get coats in my city.
cyndi br says
I would pick learning in style
Shannon Gurnee says
This sounds like an awesome program! I love it when companies give back to the community and different organizations. Thanks for sharing about this.
I am supporting MacBook Pro to Rescue because I am really angered at the idea that these students are already being dismissed as losers while they’re still children
Angelica Dimeo says
I would love to help fund Need a Nugget in my city.
Melissa Storms says
I would love to fund the Dare to Run! Dare to Jump! Dare to Throw! in Binghamton NY.
Antoinette M says
I would like to support Ms DuPont in Milwaukee. She needs a Daily Math Fluency Kit for her class.
Lisa Bourlier says
Cant seem to get the twitter entries to count since you switched to this new form
Janet W. says
Same here – the follow on twitter option doesn’t work, and neither does Post a tweet or Retweet.
vickie Couturier says
Dana Rodriguez says
This one is local to me and I love it ~ Bringing Language to Life During Story Time! About this project
My students from, SC are in preschool and kindergarten programs in schools throughout my district. They are all Deaf/Hard of Hearing and are eager to communicate and participate with their peers…