I heard about the Teacher WishList Program during the P&G Expo at BlogHer ’11.
In a nutshell, a teacher can create a wishlist to share with parents, so that the teachers don’t have to incur the average $462 they spend on their own to stock their classroom.
Click here to find your local teacher’s Wishlist. If you don’t see them listed, let them know about the program! They may receive a $462 Grant from the program or win a $25,000 Classroom Makeover.
And while you’re there scroll to the bottom of a Teachers Wishlist to request a $1.00 off Bounty and a $1.00 off Puffs Coupon!
These will mailed to you. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Coupons are only available to the first 25,000 requests
The Teacher Wish List service connects parents with their children’s teachers to help provide the classroom supplies needed to ensure every child in every school has the best possible learning environment. By uploading their classroom supply wish lists to TeacherWishList.com, teachers now can communicate all of their classroom supply needs directly to the parents of their students, and parents now have a faster, easier way to get the information they need to donate much-needed school supplies for teachers.
In a recent survey of elementary and middle-school teachers, 71% reported spending an average of $462 per year out of their own pocket on classroom supplies and learning tools.* Teacher Wish List was created to thank teachers for their generosity. (How many other jobs require employees to pay for supplies?) This service makes it even easier for parents to continue to help teachers.