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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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Tracy M's picture

I teach elementary ESL and our school has recently seen a large influx of newcomers from various countries, language backgrounds, and educational backgrounds. I created my first Donors Choose project to create kits of resources and activities to help the students have a positive transition into a US school, be able to work independently or with a partner, and also build their academic and social language. If you use the promo code SPARK before November 18, Donors Choose will match your contribution!

Rémy Perla / Dream-Letters's picture

Dream Letters is the first interactive reading and writing game on paper. A magical, personalized story sent to your child's mailbox that motivate kids to express themselves in a positive and creative way.

Learning to read and write is a crucial stage in a child's development. Nowadays, parents face a difficult task involving their child's development; improving literacy, self-confidence, and open-minded attitudes are the cornerstones of any healthy child.
We are responsible for preparing our children the best we can, giving them tools to build their future.

With a Dream Letters subscription, your child will:
Receive personalized letters in the mailbox,
Discover and enjoy the pleasure of reading,
Create their own story at their own rhythm,
Learn real facts about history, biology, etc.,
Upgrade their vocabulary level,
Develop their imagination,
Write and draw their own responses in a non-judgment state of mind,
Receive updated letters based on their decisions,
Develop self-confidence.

Your child grows with Dream Letters!

No other support, even digital, goes that far into customization, education and magic. Dream Letters is unique and starts a new literary era.

QuietSet's picture
Quiet On The Set! Teen Filmmaking Program for innercity teens

Everyone loves our program for inner-city teens to learn filmmaking. However we are having difficulties fundraising. We are partnered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters.
Here is our crowdfund page. www.crowdrise.com/quietontheset
Sizzle film included in campaign.

gleggio's picture

Please help highest poverty students ts learn coding with STEM technology.
Edudemic reports that the critical skills students are missing to be successful in the workplace are leadership, digital literacy, problem solving, collaboration, analytical and evaluation and communication skills. This is even more exaggerated in high poverty areas so we are starting a STEM class.

I have seen students work together on simple projects to design by sketching ideas, build a project, then redesign and rebuild the project. The students learned so much that I want to extend that learning with a STEAM designed and STEM created project using technology. The world is using technology in every area but very few of my students even have computers at home so they are far behind in tech skills. I want to include robotics in the new class that uses computer coding to control the machine. The students will use art to draw a design for the robot so they can visualize what they will then build using science, technology, engineering and math skills. The project gives them the opportunity to learn to work in groups and strengthen their critical-thinking and creative problem-solving skills as well as reflect on their performance.


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