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Going on Now! #SchoolSupplied Promotion from PledgeCents

August 22, 2015

PledgeCents is a terrific website that schools and teachers can use to raise money for a cause.  Teachers keep whatever they raise and have the flexibility to raise for any need.  It is easy and straightforward to sign up and submit your cause.  PledgeCents even has a network that offers matching campaigns. There is now a new promotion from PledgeCents!

Promotion from PledgeCents

Going on Now! #SchoolSupplied Promotion from PledgeCentsRight now, PledgeCents is running a #SchoolSupplied contest where schools earn points for their campaigns. The more teachers from your school who create a cause, the more opportunities to earn points.  You are encouraged to set realistic goals so that you can hit your goal quickly and earn points easily.

Teachers can use social media sites like Facebook to help spread the word about their campaign.  PledgeCents can connect teachers with private philanthropists that are hosting matching campaigns during this back-to-school period.
Learn more about PledgeCents’ #SchoolSupplied campaign by visiting their website!

Special promotion: PledgeCents will match the first $100 raised for every cause submitted before 11:59pm CT 8/31/15. Use the promo code classtechtips (goal must be more than $800).

Learn more about PledgeCents in this post.

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