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Thank a Teacher, Help a Teacher with Donors Choose and Bing

Did you know...

Microsoft's search tool, Bing is one of the most popular tools for educational searches?

Bing knows that most teachers don't see or hear the appreciation they deserve, and yet this is what they most want. So, Bing has partnered with to give kids a little incentive to show that appreciation.

Kids can go to Bing Education and leave a comment, give thanks, or tell a story about one of their teachers. When they do, they will have $5.00 of Bing's money and the power to decide how it should be donated at DonorsChoose. They can sort through various classroom projects that are in need and decide who they want to help most!

Don't be surprised if they decide they want to kick in a little something from their allowance money either as some of the projects are for very basic classroom needs in high poverty areas and their stories are touching. Good think Bing has said you can leave up to 5 comments...that's a $25 donation!

Check out Bing, and for more inspiration.


Disclosure: I received a $100 DonorsChoose credit and $20 Amazon Gift Card for participating in this blog tour with Mom Central. All opinions expressed here are my own and this post was neither approved nor reviewed prior to publishing.

Reader Comments (1)

Please check out my DonorsChoose project.


June 5, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMJ

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