Best buy also has teacher technology grants, up to some sizeable money
as well. go to their website to find out how to apply.
On Aug 23, 2009, at 9:07 AM, Jean King wrote:
> Good morning Phyllis,
> Adopt-a-Classroom and Donors Choose are both good ways to fund
> special projects. They both have websites and are on Facebook and
> Twitter. I know that Walmart had a grant out there, but I think the
> deadline is past. I've also received a WeAreTeachers Microgrant.
> Some cities have organizations that give away salvaged office
> supplies and other goodies. I just got a ton of misprinted custom
> pencils. Here in Houston the AIA gives away sample books and a
> variety of fabric swatches, etc. twice a year. Check with your
> local arts organizations to see if they know of anything.
> Hope this helps.
> Jean King
> In Houston, Texas, where the kids come back tomorrow!
> Pre-K - 5
> On Aug 22, 2009, at 8:22 AM, Phyllis Beinart wrote:
>> I am wondering if anyone writes grants for art supplies?
>> My budget has been cut and it was not sufficient to begin with. I
>> send out a wish list letter for donations
>> which is helpful. I have not done any fundraising because the PTO
>> does so much of that.
>> Near Boston
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