June 25, 2010

Bing Teacher Appreciation Website Blog Tour

I am sure you have heard the saying "If you can read this, thank a teacher." Well, now there is a easy way to thank a teacher.

Bing’s Teacher Appreciation Website helps teachers help themselves.

Here’s how it works: a teacher can log onto the DonorsChoose.org website to start a “classroom project” or donation request. Parents and students can then visit the Bing Teacher Appreciation site to leave a comment (up to 5 per visitor) about a teacher who has made a difference in their life, enabling them to receive a $5 giving code to donorschoose.org (one per comment). Parents and students can then apply the $5 giving code to the “classroom project” of their choice. Classroom projects are created by teachers, so reach out to your childrens’ teachers and encourage them to submit their own projects!

I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to make a donation, the hardest part was deciding which project to fund. It was easy to leave a comment then use the code for the donation. I left a comment about a great teacher of mine from high school.

With so many teacher cuts taking place around the nation now, it is a great time to help. I hope you'll take a few minutes to recognize the teachers that have made an impact on you or your children.
I noticed that it said the code is set to expire July 10, so please hurry!

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Bing and a $100 DonoseChoose.org giving code to facilitate my review. Mom Central also sent me a thank-you gift certificate.

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