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Crayons to Computers is a member of the Kids in Need Foundation Network, established in 1995 to provide teachers from low-income schools free supplies for their classrooms and students.

Kids in Need Foundation
The Kids In Need Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 1995. The Foundation’s mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need. Its National Network of Resource Centers includes 34 facilities where teachers from low-income schools go to obtain free school supplies for their students. School supply giveaways in communities not served by Resource Centers are accommodated through the School Ready Supplies program, and students who have gone through natural disasters are helped to get back to their normal routines with new backpacks and supplies through the Second Responder program.  In addition, two Teacher Grant programs award preK-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning experiences for students. The Kids In Need Foundation has distributed more than $668 million in school supplies since its founding, directly benefiting 4.2 million students and more than 120,000 teachers annually, and has awarded $1.6 million in grants to teachers.  Kids In Need has earned the Gold GuideStar Exchange Seal, demonstrating its commitment to transparency, and has been given a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, indicating that it operates in a fiscally responsible way and outperforms most other charities in America. For more information, visit www.kinf.org.  Join Kids In Need Foundation on Twitter and Facebook.

Affiliated Resource Centers

A Gift For Teaching
407-318-3123
Orlando, FL
Atlanta Kids In Need Resource Center
404-892-9822
Atlanta, GA
Classroom Central
704-377-1740
Charlotte, NC
Cleveland Kids In Need Resource Center
216-361-0840
Cleveland, OH
Crayons To Classrooms
937-528-6400
Dayton, OH
Crayons To Computers
513-482-3290
Cincinnati, OH
KidSmart – Tools For Learning
314-291-6211
St. Louis, MO
Houston Food Bank

713-223-3700

Houston, TX
Ruth’s Reusable Resources
207-699-5565
Portland, ME
School Tools – A Project of the Food Bank RGV
956-682-8101
McAllen, TX
School Tools SE Texas Food Bank
409-839-8777
Beaumont, TX
School Tools Inland Empire United Way
909-980-2857
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Schoolhouse Supplies
503-249-9933
Portland, OR
Teacher EXCHANGE
702-799-1042
Las Vegas, NV
Teacher’s Harvest
229-244-2678  Ext. 218
Valdosta, GA
Teacher’s Supply Closet
843-225-9895
Charleston, SC
Teachers’ Treasures
317-264-1758
Indianapolis, IN
Teaching Tools for Hillsborough Schools
813-574-0260
Tampa, FL
The Teacher’s Desk
716-348-3412
Buffalo, NY
Tools 4 Schools
908-355-3663
Newark, NJ
Tools for Schools Broward
754-321-2030
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Twins Cities Kids In Need Resource Center
612-465-0135
Minneapolis, MN
Teacher Resource Center WV
304-457-6612
Philippi, WV
North Texas Teacher Resource Center
972-790-1204
Dallas, TX
Tools 4 Teaching

352-671-4167

Ocala, FL
Teacher Resource Center Chicago
773-921-3900
Chicago, IL
Teacher Resource Center NY
718-292-5600
Bronx, NY
Teacher Resource Center NW
253-922-6240
Fife, WA
Teacher Resource Bank
328-888-2121
Los Angeles, CA
Treasures 4 Teachers

Phoenix, AZ

480-751-1122

World Vision in Minneapolis & St. Paul
612-623-9234
Minneapolis, MN

Independent Stores

Arizona Tempe Treasures 4 Teachers
(480) 751-1122
Florida Miami

N. Miami Beach

Dade Public Educator Fund
(305) 892-5099
Teacher Universe -
Crayons to Computers
(954) 262-8728
Georgia Albany Teacher Resource Center
(229) 439-7107
Indiana Bloomington

Muncie

Teacher’s Warehouse
(812) 339-7304
Back To School Teachers’
Store, Inc.
(765) 381-3625
Iowa Waukee Teacher Tools 4 Tomorrow
(515) 987-1836
Maine Auburn SHARECenter
(207) 795-0972
Massachusetts Dorchester Extras for Creative Learning (EXCL)
(617) 635-8284
New Hampshire Manchester DonationNetworks
(603) 624-6102
New Mexico Santa Fe Santa Fe Partners in Education
(505) 690-7587
North Carolina Burlington

Durham

The Classroom Closet
(336)438-2027
Crayons2Calculators:
The Durham Teacher Warehouse
(704) 740-6640
Tennessee Nashville LP Pencil Box
(615) 242-3167
Virginia Richmond From Crayons to Computers
Beaufont Center
(804) 276-7407

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