Archive for the ‘Philanthropy’ Category

10 / 24 / 2013

Safety First! DonorsChoose Project October 2013


Science was the class that brought the inner geek out of my soul. It was always my favorite subject (next to art) since it exposed me to the building blocks of the universe in such a colorful and intriguing fashion. What made science exciting was the opportunity to actually get down and dirty to run experiments and gather test results in a controlled lab environment. read more »

9 / 23 / 2013

Donors Choose Project – September 2013


As consultants, we spend a lot of time presenting in front of rooms full of curious people, looking for information. Without the ability to project a clear image of our ideas, we find ourselves resorting to long-winded explanations, outdated and expensive documents, and, occasionally, charades. It’s exhausting, confusing, and not an environment made for learning! read more »

8 / 14 / 2013

Donors Choose Project August 2013


This is now my second opportunity to select our monthly donation, and once again I have gravitated toward the arts, particularly the music department. The arts continue to be considered ‘disposable’ by many government officials and school districts across the country. I can’t help but go against the grain and continue supporting teachers like Mr. Stigger who promote the creativity of future generations by providing students with materials like instructional CD’s, music activities and classroom instruments. read more »

7 / 18 / 2013

Donors Choose – July 2013


Do you remember what it was like to sit on carpet during story time in 2nd grade, decorate your new folders at the beginning of a new school year, or do group science experiments at a kidney-shaped table?

Our support of this month’s Donor’s Choose project will help a group of 2nd grade students make these educational memories.

I am thrilled to introduce you to Miss Jasuta and her 2nd grade class in Decatur, GA.  Miss Jasuta is special, not only because she is an exceptional Teach for America teacher, but because she is a former student of mine.  read more »