Below are a few of the bloggers that the DonorsChoose.org Atlantic Team has been working with this fall. We hope that you enjoy visiting their blogs, and their DonorsChoose.org challenge pages, as much as we do!
BlabberMouse: A fabulous and fun blog to read, with occasional pictures of really cute kids and their really cool mom (although she would yell at us for telling you that it was a blog about kids). You can see her “Give it Away, Give it Away, Give it Away Now…” challenge.
Early Education is the Key: Tracey Bryant Stuckey is a teacher certified by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards. When she was a public school teacher, she was an avid user of DonorsChoose.org. Now she runs a company called Wiggle Giggle Learn, and she teaches other teachers to use DonorsChoose.org! Check out her DonorsChoose.org “21st Century Students Brought to you by the Little Guys” challenge to contribute.
Ed Cone.com, Word Up: Ed Cone lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, and writes for a wide variety of newspapers. He thinks that great schools are the best economic development tool we’ve got. You can visit his “Greensboro Online” challenge to fund North Carolina classroom projects.
Miss K: Miss K is the creator of Aromaleigh Mineral Cosmetics. She and her INCREDIBLE readers have already reached more than 1,800 students. Visit her “Beauty is More than Skin Deep” challenge to contribute.
Mothers in Medicine: Mothers in Medicine is a group blog by physician mothers, who are on call every single day with their two distinct patient populations. You can visit their “Mothers in Medicine Give Back” DonorsChoose.org challenge, which is supporting projects that promote learning about health, science and the body.
Newmark’s Door: This is THE CRAIG NEWMARK, a self-described middle-aged economist from North Carolina (see prior blog post). We highly encourage you to visit his “Newmark’s Door Will Score!” challenge at DonorsChoose.org.
Try Harder: Carrie is a wonderful writer, and her blog is always entertaining. You can join her in supporting low-income Philadelphia classrooms (where she is from) at her “Try Harder – for the kids!” challenge.