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Schusterman Family Foundation matching donations on Butte County, CA wildfire recovery projects, starting December 3, 2018

Update 12/12/2018: Additional funds have been added to this match, which means the match is now live again. If you have a recovery project in mind, submit it before funds run out in order to receive your 10X match.

Update 12/10/2018: Funding for this match offer has been fully applied to eligible projects, but we are currently working on securing more funding. Donations are not being matched at this time, but we will update this page once additional funding becomes available.


What kind of match?

In an effort to support classrooms who are rebuilding and restocking after the tragic wildfires this fall, all qualifying projects will receive a 10X Match. That means a $20 donation will become a $200 donation.

If your project meets the criteria below, new donations on your project will be matched as long as funding remains. You will see the match offer applied to your project as soon as it is approved and live on the site. Please note, the match offer will not appear during Friends and Family Pre-Funding.

The Schusterman Family Foundation will also fully fund eligible projects weekly.

How to qualify:

  • You teach in Butte County, CA.
  • Create a project for anything your students need to recover and rebuild after this fall’s fires: recovery supplies, classroom supplies, or resources for students to take home.
  • In your essay, talk about the effect the wildfires had on your school or community.
  • If your total project goal exceeds $5,000, please reach out to our team before you submit so we can ensure your project receives this match.

Create your project

With thanks to The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

In the wake of natural disasters, the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation is committed to giving teachers what they need to rebuild and recover through