Up to $750,000 is available for eligible classroom projects!
Chevron’s Fuel Your School program supports education in your school and community by helping educators like you receive funding for eligible classroom projects.
Chevron believes that education is one of the foundations on which to build our state’s future. Through a shared vision, Chevron is working with DonorsChoose.org, an online charity that organizes funding for eligible projects in public schools all over the country. In this way, Chevron can help teachers like you get the supplies you need for classrooms in our community.
Fuel Your School is simple: Throughout October, everyone can help their local schools by filling up at participating Chevron and Texaco locations. Chevron will donate $1 per 8-gallon or more fill-up, up to $750,000, to help support public education at schools in Salt Lake, Davis and Utah counties, Utah. Interested? If you are, prepare now for this great opportunity:
• Go to www.FuelYourSchool.com for all the details.
• You can post your project on DonorsChoose.org from September 1, 2017, to November 3, 2017.*
• Post your project as close to September 1st as possible. The earlier you post your project during the submission period, the better your chance will be to receive funding. See Fuel Your School Official Rules for details.
• If you’re not yet a registered teacher on DonorsChoose.org, sign up now. (It will save you time when you actually post your project.)
The Fuel Your School program is part of Chevron’s overall support for education, which has totaled over $340 million worldwide since 2013. To learn more about Chevron’s education programs and partnerships, visit www.chevron.com/education.
*CHEVRON reserves the right to end the Project Submission Period earlier in the event the funds have been exhausted by eligible projects.
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