Thanks to support from corporate and citizen donors who gave through the Hurricane Michael Recovery Fund, we’re able to fund projects to help teachers and students get the supplies they need to get back to learning.
As projects are funded, they’ll be added to the Hurricane Michael Recovery Fund page. These projects are from schools that experienced physical damage from the storm.
How are you funding classrooms?
We’re prioritizing applying recovery funds to projects from schools that experienced significant damage during the hurricane at this time.
My classroom was damaged by the storm. How can I get support?
You can create a project for the supplies you need to rebuild your classroom (if you don’t yet have an account on DonorsChoose.org, get started here). It helps to describe within your project the impact of the hurricane at your school.
My school wasn’t damaged directly, but my community was affected. Do I qualify for support?
Our first priority is to support damaged schools directly. Should the recovery fund allow for it, we hope to then expand support for teachers at schools that were not physically damaged, but are supporting students who were impacted.
Our community of donors is eager to support you and your students as you rebuild, and we know that after such an event there are a multitude of needs. We encourage you to submit a project for resources you and your students need, whether in the classroom or life essentials for your students at home.
We are temporarily holding orders for Arnold High School in Bay County School District. We've resumed shipping to all other school districts.