Celebrating the most innovative teachers on February 28!

Fast Company just named DonorsChoose.org one of 2019’s Most Innovative Companies — so we’re celebrating the world’s most innovative teachers!

Goop and DonorsChoose.org

Starting on April 12th, 2018, when you purchase any item on goop.com, you will be given the option to round up your purchase to the nearest 10th dollar to support a classroom near you. Our system will apply your donation right away and you’ll be able to follow the progress of the classroom you supported on DonorsChoose.org.

To celebrate our partnership Goop is donating 100% of the proceeds (52% of the purchase price) from their limited-edition goop x Covetton House collection to support classroom projects on DonorsChoose.org starting on April 18th, 2018.


How can I get involved?

When you purchase any item on goop.com, you’ll be given an option to contribute to a DonorsChoose.org classroom project by rounding your purchase up to the nearest $10.

Goop will donate those funds directly to a classroom project located near your zip code on DonorsChoose.org. If that project doesn’t reach its funding goal, your funds will automatically be redistributed to another project in the area.

In addition, if you purchase any items from the goop x Covetton House collection, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to DonorsChoose.org.

Donations made to DonorsChoose.org via goop are not cancellable or refundable.

Can I select which classroom project to support?

We’ll choose a project at a high-need school (according to economic need level) near your zip code automatically. But you can always search for other great classroom projects to support!

How can I see the progress of the project my donation supported?

You can see exactly how your donation is spent by visiting the project page of the teacher you support. There you can see what items the teacher is requesting and how they’ll be used in the classroom. Once the project is fully funded and the materials have been sent to the school, the teacher will post an impact letter describing the impact of the project on the class.