George Lucas Educational Foundation Celebrating our 25th Anniversary!

Share your crowdfunding projects with us! (DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and others.)

Share your crowdfunding projects with us! (DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and others.)

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It doesn't matter if you're using DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or something else entirely, tell us about your crowdfunding projects. Please include your link(s) as well, since we'd like to promote this list far and wide!

For tips on how to get the most out of your fundraising campaign, check out our guide to Raise Money for Your School Using Crowdfunding:

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Sami Singleton's picture

All of my students are special education students- they are students with Autism, Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Language Disabilities or Other Health Impairments.
These disabilities make learning more difficult for them. In addition, over 65% of my students are English Language Learners- many of these students are still learning how to speak English. Our school has the highest Hispanic population in the state. Our school also qualifies as a Title One School: over 85% of our students live in poverty and receive free/reduced lunch. My students really need books that are on their reading level. Please help if you can!

Magdalena Słapik's picture

Hi! I'm a journalist and former high school English teacher, and I just launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a book that gives voice to prekindergarten through 12th grade public school students in each of the 50 states titled, "My American Education: Students Talk About Public School." Please check it out, support if you can, and let me know what you think!

joannawalden38's picture

I found that using requesting donations for my students throughout the year really assist our classroom learning.

JessicaLlyn's picture

Do you love art? I certainly do, but as a first grade teacher, one thing I hear on an everyday basis is "I can't draw!" I personally believe that each person has an artist inside them, and this is why I decided to start an after school art enrichment club. I work at a Title 1 school in Kentucky. My goal through establishing this club is to build the confidence of every little student who wishes to participate. I want these children to know that each of them has an artist inside waiting to get out! Won't you help me show these sweet little first and second graders that they CAN draw?

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