There are a lot of needs at our public schools, but what happens when a classroom loses everything? Many schools across the nation have been hit hard recently by various natural disasters. Tornadoes, flooding, and earthquakes have left classrooms in shambles, forcing students into emergency trailers so they can still learn while communities rebuild.
Thankfully there are great corporate partners like State Farm stepping up to help amid these difficult circumstances. This week, State Farm donated over $200,000 to launch five separate initiatives to help ensure students aren’t forgotten. Check out the projects in these communities that you can help support.
- Henryville, Indiana (Thanks to your support, the Henryville campaign has concluded with tremendous success)
- Joplin, Missouri
- Tuscaloosa, Alabama
- Center Point Elementary in Birmingham, Alabama
- Salyersville and West Liberty, Kentucky