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Posted August 15, 2013

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Wells Fargo to Make $10K Donation Match on SupportAPS.org

SupportAPS.org helps teachers achieve their classroom goals.

Wells Fargo is continuing its support of APS teachers and students by matching donations, dollar for dollar, for all teachers who participate.

Wells Fargo will match any donation of $25 or more made through the online giving tool, committing to donate up to $10,000 through the program.

All 142 APS schools are encouraged to participate.

Teachers:

If you don’t have an account yet, there are five easy steps to getting started:

  1. Go to www.SupportAPS.org
  2. Sign up as a teacher (school administrators and PTA administrators can sign up, too)
  3. Fill in the registration information
  4. Find the verification email sent to you
  5. Verify by clicking on the link in the email.

By using SupportAPS.org, you invite the community into your classroom and work together to help children experience a richer learning environment.

Last year teachers across the district were able to create innovative new projects and work with engaged parents and donors to make those projects possible. In total SupportAPS.org enabled the community to work with teachers to donate more than $21,000 in donations and fund over 100 classrooms. In fact, the teacher with the most donations received over $1,800 for his classroom.

If you have any questions about SupportAPS.org, contact the local representative Juliet Jones: 505-404-8783 (office), 505-803-8060 (cell), jjones@mykleo.com.

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