Saturday, July 28, 2012

Would you like $25 to Spend in your Classroom??

Teacher's Notebook is ALL about the teachers it was created for and here is another perfect example:
Steve and Debbie Esemplare have started a campaign to raise $10,000 for teachers like you and me. 
The goal of the campaign is to raise $10,000 from corporate sponsors and parents that will be used to give away $25 Gift Certificates to Teachers Notebook members starting on Thursday August 9, 2012. The campaign will be run on the crowd-funding site and can be viewed here.
Every dollar contributed will be converted into Gift Certificates that can be used to purchase items from Teacher's Notebook shops. It is a win-win for everyone. Members get $25 to spend and the shops get $25 in sales. If more than $10,000 is contributed, which we know is possible, a sweepstakes will be run giving away $5,000 per day in Gift Certificates everyday until all the contributions are distributed to members.

Are you a Teacher's Notebook member?
If not, go here to sign up.  It's FREE (of course!). 
You will want to be a member because only members will be benefiting from the following during this Back to School Bonanza:
  • Teacher's Notebook Product Giveaways
  • Teacher's Notebook exclusive back to school sales
  • AND $25 gift certificates for you to get products to get your year off to a super start
  •  (divide $25 into $10,000 and you'll see your chances are pretty GRAND)!

They need your help to make sure educators have access to the educational resources that they need for back to school as well as for the school year. Additional educational resources enables educators to better reach the varied academic levels of their students. Educators constantly strive to reach students above and below their grade level. Additional resources will help students be actively engaged and more likely to reach their fullest potential!
Please help spread the word by visiting the fund-raising site and sharing it everywhere. Share it on Facebook, your blogs, your Pinterest boards and Twitter. The more people view the campaign, the more contributions will be made and the more gift certificates can be given away to educators.

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