AT Wants to Fund These Classrooms! 2 Days Left!

Can you give $5?

AT's Donors Choose Challenge is coming to a close on Friday, and so far YOU, our terrific readers, have raised $3,856 for public school classrooms, putting AT in 2nd place! We have 2 days left to make one final push to help these classrooms:

Kid-sized couch for kindergartners in Tennessee ($621 needed)

Art projector for middle-schoolers in New York ($823 needed)

Mural paint supplies for students in Chicago ($899 needed)

We only have 3 days left! Every little bit will bring us closer to our goal. Click below to read about the projects, and click through to our Giving Page to donate!

  • Basic Supplies: a classroom in Georgia needs basic school supplies such as pencils, paper, crayons, and a pencil sharpener. FUNDED!
  • Kitchen Center: Mrs. P's kids in New York City need a kitchen center and play pots and pans. FUNDED!
  • 20 Desks: Students in Louisiana need 20 desks to have their own space while having the ability to complete group projects. FUNDED!
  • Composition Notebooks ($125 needed): First-graders in Northern California need new composition notebooks for daily writing. FUNDED!
  • Activity Tables ($801 needed): Mrs. R's classroom in Tennessee needs seven round activity tables conducive to cooperative learning. FUNDED!
  • Basic Supplies ($206 needed): 2nd-graders in Brooklyn need basic supplies like crayons, pencils, and glue. FUNDED!
  • Kid-sized couch and Easel ($726 needed): Kindergartners in Tennessee need a kid sized couch for their listening center, a big book magnetic book holder, and a large magnetic write and wipe easel.
  • Projector ($953 needed): Mr. C's middle-schoolers need a projector so they can present their own multi-media projects to the class.
  • Paint Supplies ($969 needed): Students in Chicago need mural paint, paint brushes, and 20 sets of paint markers.



And here's how Apartment Therapy is doing on all their sponsored projects:

AT Donors: 154

AT Donor Donations: $3,856

Students Impacted: 332


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