We know that the coronavirus (COVID-19) could impact your ability to complete your thank-you package. We’ve made some changes to thank-you package requirements.
Impact letter and photos
Check out some tips about how to share your project’s impact on your students even if your school is closed.
We’d love to see photos of your students (no close-ups, though!), your materials, student artwork, or handwritten notes from your students - whatever you think will be most impactful for your donors! You can upload up to 10 photos for your thank-you package. We’ve got some tips for taking photos if you’re teaching remotely, or don’t have access to your students.
When you upload thank-you package photos, you’ll be asked to check-off a box that says you’ve gathered permission slips from your students’ parents to upload their photos.
- Ask parents to print, sign, and scan our permission slip
- Or, you can use an electronic document signature service - many are free to use!
If you’re unable to get permission from your students’ parents, you can check out some alternative ideas for showing your donors how resources are being used!
Handwritten student thank-you notes
Student thank-yous are back as an option for eligible donors to request. Our team is excited to return this additional option for teachers and students to practice gratitude!
If you cannot complete your thank-you package
Contact us if you cannot complete your thank-you package and we will waive your requirement. You can also request a due date extension through our contact form.