Monday, November 12, 2012

Helping Teachers/Classrooms Affected by Hurricane Sandy

My heart goes out to all those who were affected by Hurricane Sandy.  The northeast has really had it hard the past few weeks.  

But, I am grateful to see so many that want to donate and help those who have lost things from the storm.

I know there are many teachers and classrooms that were affected by the storm, but I have also seen companies and individuals who are donating and gathering donations for classrooms and teachers in need.  It really is wonderful to see.

I thought I would put together a list of companies and individuals that are wanting to help and donate to classrooms and teachers affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Ward's Natural Science on facebook announced last week that if any of their customers are in need of assistance at their school to post/comment at the Ward's Natural Science facebook page.  Just post your school's name and needs at their facebook page.

Science Kit posted at their facebook page last week that they have materials to donate and can send them to schools who were affected by Sandy.

Just post where your school is at the Science Kit & Boreal Laboratories facebook page so they can help you out.

Discount School Supply posted at their website that if your early childhood program suffered damage during the storm, they are ready to help.  Just call 1-877-362-6695 to speak to a Service Specialist about whatever items are needed to restore your classroom.

Head over to the Discount School Supply website to learn more.

  Some amazing teachers/individuals have started a Donor Website to help fund donorschoose projects of teachers who were affected by the storm in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

To help fund a donorschoose project, head over to

If you were affected by Sandy or you know someone who was, be sure to get on their list.

 has also set up a Hurricane Relief Fund to help classrooms and teachers affected by Sandy.

Whether you'd like to donate to a classroom in need or if you are a teacher that was affected by the storm, head over to to donate or get your donorschoose projects/classroom needs posted.

You can also donate here

Hertz Furniture is offering those schools in the states that were affected by Sandy, a 20% off discount and Quickship on 1,100 + items.  They will also make a donation to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for every order they receive until Thanksgiving. 

Head over to the Hertz Furniture website to learn more.

The Elf on the Shelf will donate $1 to the Save the Children's Hurricane Relief Fund for every like they get on their facebook post up to $40,000.

To help The Elf on the Shelf donate, head over to The Elf on the Shelf facebook page and like their Save the Children post.  Remember, $1 for every like they get on their post up to $40,000 will be donated.

You can also make a donation to the Hurricane Sandy Children in Emergency Fund at the Save the Children website.

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