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RE: [teacherartexchange]


From: paulette keck (paulettekeck_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Apr 06 2011 - 11:02:52 PDT

A cool thing about the site is that you can make a donation of any amount to any project. My friend donated $50 toward my project and then later the rest was donated by another person. If you think there's something really worth while you can still be a part of it. I am sure all donors would be appreciated.

> I was just looking at this organization this morning. There was one
> request that caught my attention but it's out of my budget. A teacher
> is looking for a very reasonably priced laptop for her moderately
> impaired hearing student who is homeless.

> > Hey there fellow art teachers!
> >
> > I just wanted to share some
> > exciting news! About 2 months ago I wrote up a
> > ceramics project - actually two. And now they have both been fully
> > funded and the supplies are coming in!!! WooHoo!!!!
> >
> > The whole
> > process was much faster than I thought. The first part of the project
> > was funded by an old college friend and AOL. And the 2nd was funded by
> > Stephen Colbert. When he was doing the fund raising on his show I
> > wondered how far $26,000 would go... And now he and Jimmy Fallon have
> > raised over $80,000!
> >
> > I encourage all of you to write up a project and get free materials!
> >
> > (I'll be posting to get some advice with the ceramics unit soon!)
> >
> > Paulette
> > 8th grade


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