Project ClassAct


We're thrilled to announce the launching of Project ClassAct, a new program through which we help fund teachers' classroom needs!

Help Us Help Them!

Your generous donation will ensure the teachers we support through Project ClassAct can provide their students with the best education possible. Any amount will be greatly appreciated. 

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About The Program

The Problem For Students

According to the National Retail Federation, American parents spend an average of $700 per year on school supplies during the back-to-school season. Many schools also require additional supplies throughout the course of the academic year. 

These costs can often prove to be too much for students from low-income families to meet. This forces many of them to attend school unprepared, which can lead to various social and emotional challenges that place these students at a disadvantage for learning.  

The Burden On Teachers

Not only are students and their families adversely impacted by the cost of school supplies - teachers are, too. Many public school teachers are woefully underpaid, yet more than 90% of these same teachers spend an average of $500 of their own money on items for their classrooms - without reimbursement.

The Solution We Strive For

To help ease the financial strain on both teachers and students, we've launched Project ClassAct. Through the program, we "adopt" one teacher each month and work to help him/her fund all their classroom needs. Whether basic supplies or advanced technology, we're determined to do all we can to enhance the educational experience for as many students as possible.

Meet Our June "Adopted" Teacher!


* Due to ongoing school closures and the overall economic downturn, we've suspended all Project ClassAct activities until June *

Our "adopted" teacher for June is Anna Lee Warasila, an EC resource teacher at Hillandale Elementary School, in Durham. Ms. Warasila wants to obtain additional supplies, equipment, and technology to make learning more fun and engaging for her students, bolstering their confidence and helping them achieve at higher levels.

We're looking forward to raising funds for Ms. Warasila over the course of the month, to help her further enhance her teaching efforts.

Our Previous "Adopted" Teachers


Rebecca Javadi, 2nd grade instructor -

Merrick-Moore Elementary School, Durham

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Get Your Project ClassAct Swag!


Click here to browse through the Project ClassAct collection in our online store. 

All proceeds exclusively support all the teachers and students we've "adopted"! 

Application Form

If you're a teacher who'd like to participate in Project ClassAct, please complete the application form below. We'll be sure to follow up with you within 24-48 hours.