We want to bring STEM to classrooms all over the country. If you’re a teacher, educator, club leader, parent, or supporter of education, you can start a GoFundMe campaign with these seven steps to get more STEM to students you care about!
Step #1: Start your campaign by clicking here
GolideBlox campaigns must start via this link to qualify for the matching promotion!
Step #2: Determine your fundraising goal
Select one or more of the following kits:
· Kindergarten – Making Motion (12 students, $150)
· 1st grade – Learning with Levers (12 students, $150)
· 2nd grade – DIY Designs (12 students, $150)
· 3rd grade – Playing with Prototypes (8 students, $150)
Your goal should be the number of kits you need multiplied by $150. Now enter that number in the green box, shown above!
Step #3: Name your campaign, add your zipcode, and pick a color
Stumped on how to name your campaign? We came up with a few samples:
· Help Get STEM Toys in Our Classroom
· Mr. Brown’s Class Needs STEM Toys!
· STEM Toys for Our 3rd Graders
Once you have a name, add your zipcode and choose a color to move to the next step.
Step #4: Choose a main campaign photo
Click the photo you’d like to use so it opens in a new window, then right-click to “Save As.” Upload it to your campaign. This will be the first photo that your potential donors will see!
Step #5: Personalize the “Tell Your Story” section
Click the photo you’d like to use so it opens in a new window. Then, right-click to “Save As.” Add it to the “Tell Your Story” section of your campaign to show your donors what you’re raising funds for!
Step #6: Make donating easy by adding a Wish List
You’ll find the “Create my Wish List” at the bottom of the “Tell Your Story” page. Below are some suggested Wish List items for your supporters:
- $12 – One Student
- $25 – Two Students
- $50 – Four Students
- $150 – One Complete Kit
Step #7: Shout it from the rooftops!
You’re so close to getting GoldieBlox into a classroom that’s important to you. Thank you for fundraising!
Keep your eye on your inbox; tomorrow, you’ll get an email explaining how to get your kits.
Questions? Comments? Love letters?