Thank you for making 2022 our best year yet!

To celebrate the holidays, Brightspot collaborated with DonorsChoose to sponsor classroom projects across the United States. Read on to find the project that was selected in your honor.
We had much to celebrate in 2022 and so much of it was made possible by our customers and partners. As a thank you, we partnered with DonorsChoose to sponsor 90 classroom projects across the country in your honor. Read more about this effort in our letter to customers.

From the teachers

Coding Critters and Bee-Bot create a vivid hands-on approach towards STEAM, thus stimulating nerve connections in the brain to effectively develop technological patterns and motor skills.
Ms. Epps, Laurel, MD
Once a week my students partake in learning about entrepreneurship, careers and college and the steps needed to get their desired result. Every class has brainstormed and started the process for their class business. We just need your help in getting everything through our door!
Ms. Wright, Kansas City, MO
New microscopes will have a huge impact because they will allow for more engagement and more hands-on learning. I can't wait to see the looks on my students' faces when they get a chance to see tiny organisms actually move.
Ms. Leazer, Milwaukee, WI
As a teacher in a bilingual classroom, I'm always searching for ways to engage my students in meaningful experiences that promote language development. The light table and sensory manipulatives will provide my little learners many wonderful moments to shine bright!
Mrs. Adams, Washington, DC
My students have so much to say and share with the world; they just need an opportunity to be heard. The requested camera and table stand will allow us to live stream the morning broadcast to the school and to do special reporting and content when there are special events.
Ms. Grays, Atlanta, GA
In 2000, Charles Best, a teacher at a Bronx public high school, thought about all the money he and his colleagues were spending on books, art supplies, and other materials for their students. He founded DonorsChoose, a website where teachers could post requests for classroom resources, and his colleagues posted the first 11 projects. Today, there are over 60,000 projects on the site.