What Do Classroom Central Volunteers Do?

Posted by: classroomcentral in Behind the Scenes, Blog, Donors & Supporters, The Free Store, The Warehouse, Volunteers 4 years, 11 months ago

The answer to that question......everything!  We have a lean staff, so we rely on volunteers to help us accomplish our mission.  Below is a glimpse at what our great volunteers do for Classroom Central.

read more / 0 comments

Volunteer Spotlight: Elaine Dimeo

Posted by: classroomcentral in Behind the Scenes, Blog, Volunteers 4 years, 12 months ago

At Classroom Central, we have the most amazing volunteer support system. Since we just have a staff of eleven, we rely on our volunteers to help us achieve our mission. Our volunteer spotlights are a way of showcasing those individuals and groups.

read more / 0 comments

Classroom Up

Posted by: classroomcentral in Behind the Scenes, Teachers 5 years ago

Classroom Up is our innovative new online ordering system that allows teachers to shop online for school supplies for their students in poverty.  In January 2015, we will serve all 160 of the Charlotte Mecklenburg schools and plan for expansion to further geographical regions.

read more / 0 comments

The Free Store

Posted by: classroomcentral in The Free Store 5 years ago

Classroom Central's Free Store is one of four programs we have for reaching students in poverty.  It is the largest program and allows educators in high-needs schools to shop for free school supplies for their students who cannot afford them.

read more / 0 comments

Volunteer Love: July & August

Posted by: classroomcentral in Behind the Scenes, Blog, Volunteers 5 years ago

Keeping our programs running would not be possible without the dedication of our volunteers and corporate partners.  In fact, we had several programs launching in August (Backpacks & Basics distributions, our Mobile Free Store visiting 5 districts, and our Free Store opening) that required a lot of manpower and hard work!  We wanted to share a few images of the volunteer groups that helped us in July/August 2014.

read more / 0 comments




RSS / Atom