Recent emails sent out by dc2j

Attn: Alfredo Santos, La Voz de Austin

This email is a notification that a teacher at Texas School For the Deaf in Austin has completed a fundraiser for $367.34 entitled "All Eyes on You"

Ms. H, the teacher, said that

My students need a Digital Photo Frame, memory card, memory card reader and headphones as a way to showcase their published works in sign language.

This is the teacher's first completed project on DonorsChoose.org, a free micro-philanthropy site for front-line public school educators, and the 50th project for the school district. Four donors helped to complete the project; all were from in state.

Chris Ojeda, a donor from Texas said:

I gave to this project because I wanted to support a worthy cause.

See this project on DonorsChoose.org.

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Attn: Baltimore Chronicle

This email is a notification that a teacher at Cmdr J Rodgers Elem Mid Sch 27 in Baltimore has completed a fundraiser for $180.11 entitled "Where Should We Sit?! Beanbags Needed Please!!"

Ms. P, the teacher, said that

My students need 2 beanbag chairs and a set of word flip cards as beginning readers.

This is the teacher's first completed project on DonorsChoose.org, a free micro-philanthropy site for front-line public school educators, and the 135th project for the school district. Eight donors helped to complete the project; five donors from in-state and three donors from out-of-state.

Sarah, a donor from Baltimore, MD said:

Yay, Ms.P, I'm very glad your project got funded! I hope your students love the bean bag chairs.

An anonymous donor a donor from NC said:

Congrats on the completion of your project and good luck with your students for many years to come. Reading is LIFE!

See this project on DonorsChoose.org.

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Attn: Dan Basso, Argus-Press Daily

This email is a notification that a teacher at Elsa Meyer Elementary School in Corunna has completed a fundraiser for $329.93 entitled "Learning Through An iPod Touch"

Mrs. F, the teacher, said that

My students need an iPod Touch 4th generation to enhance their learning.

This is the teacher's first completed project on DonorsChoose.org, a free micro-philanthropy site for front-line public school educators, and the first project for the school district. Nineteen donors helped to complete the project; five donors from in-state and fourteen donors from out-of-state.

Dan, a donor from Durand, MI said:

I helped because I'm a strong believer in Literacy education.

See this project on DonorsChoose.org.

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Why? How?

Magic! Well, sufficiently advanced technology, anyway.

The Cause

DonorsChoose.org is an online charity supporting education through citizen philanthopy. To date it has raised over $80,000,000 for classrooms across the country.

Authors

Max Shron & Crew: