Archive for the ‘Philanthropy’ Category

6 / 18 / 2013

Donors Choose: Beyond the Stars


I am excited and grateful to choose this month’s donation for Covalent Marketing’s ongoing philanthropic effort to support today’s youth and business leaders of tomorrow.  If you aren’t familiar, allows you to search projects and donate to classrooms and students in need.  Thus far, we’ve had the opportunity to donate to over 15 different classrooms in need! read more »

5 / 30 / 2013

DonorsChoose: Reading FUNdamentals


I decided to stick close to home this month. I chose to help Mrs. Jacobson’s class build a firm foundation in phonics.

Whenever I can I try and spend time volunteering and tutoring students in the Twin Cities area. I spend a lot of time with high school students, either trying to get into the college of their dreams or trying to just make it to graduation day. From my time with them, I understand the importance of building a strong foundation. It is both easier and more effective to build from this foundation than to go back and repair it down the road. read more »

4 / 22 / 2013

Maps, Our Window To The World – DonorsChoose April 2013


For this month’s donors choose donation, I chose to donate to Ms. Tolub’s project to broaden her classroom’s horizons. Ms. Tolub is a passionate teacher who wants to expose her students to the world around them. She is requesting maps for her students to better understand our vast world that we live in. Ms. Tolub is currently teaching with outdated maps that do not include some of the countries that have been created in the last 10 years. Our world is quickly changing and maps are our window to the world. read more »

3 / 27 / 2013

Donors Choose: Mesa Verde


So why is a marketing technology firm supporting an AP History’s class trip to Mesa Verde?  Our decision to donate this month towards Ms. Vatch’s project was simple: we support innovation…from any time period!

Innovation is a currency we seem to be dealing with a lot these days in our own marketing space: new marketing software, better integration of marketing channels (aka omni channel), etc.  What can be easily overlooked is that we don’t always have to look to the future for innovation, we can also look in to the past. read more »