“I love how Teaching for Change works with teachers and parents to provide an education for children and young adults that will cause them to think creatively, question the status quo and strive for the betterment of all. Rarely does an organization come along that echoes your thoughts, goals and aspirations for the world. Teaching for Change does that for me. That is why I donate to this well deserving organization.”
—Linda Finkel-Talvadkar, Teaching for Change donor
Your donation to Teaching for Change (a 501-c-3) is tax-deductible and helps us provide teachers and parents with tools to create schools where students learn to read, write, and change the world.
If your prefer to send a check, mail to: Teaching for Change, P.O. Box 73038, Washington, D.C. 20056.
Honor your favorite author, educator, activist, or loved one with a donation to Teaching for Change. For a $250 donation or more, a plaque dedicated to the person or cause of your choice will be displayed in our Teaching for Change Bookstore (at Busboys and Poets).
To make donation in someone else’s honor, make a notation in the "order comments" field during check-out. Here is an example.
Federal government employees in the D.C. metro area can designate Teaching for Change (#25947) as a charity for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) of the National Capital Area. Your pledge impacts the lives of the students, parents, and teachers who use our programs and educational resources. Please remember to make your pledge before December 15.
If you have questions, contact Allyson Criner Brown, Associate Director.
Handcrafted plaques for donors of $250 or more will be displayed at Teaching for Change’s Bookstore at Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C.