In case you haven’t heard by now, Crayola released Colors of The World products which allows every child to feel included and accurately color using the different skin tones of the world. And one company wants to help bring these products to classrooms across the nation.
In fact, Teachers And Educators Can Receive Free Colors of The World Crayons. Here’s How…
How Teachers Can Receive Free Crayons
The Crayon Project is a non-profit organization that was founded by Beth Ann and Kevin to focus on the small act of buying multicultural crayons, markers and colored pencils for schools and non-profit organizations they were familiar with within their local community.
Program to Get Crayola Colors of the World in Teacher’s Hands
Now they are expanding their reach and giving teachers and educators across the nation a chance to receive these projects.
Step 1 – Go to The Crayon Project Website
All you need to do is head over to The Crayon Project Care Project Request Form and complete it.
Step 2 – Review Process
Once you submit your request form, a team of volunteers reviews the submission and awards schools and non-profit organizations upon review.
Step 3 – Approval Notification
Should you be selected, they’ll be in touch so be sure to provide your best contact email!
Every Color in the World Represented
Isn’t this just amazing?
The best part is, there is no cost to a school or organization! Thankfully, all care packages are paid for in full thanks to the generosity of donors to The Crayon Project giving teachers access to these amazing products at no cost.
Make sure you spread the word to all the educators in your life!
You Can Get Involved Too
Even if you are not a teacher, you can get involved in this really cool project by donating money to the cause. The Crayon Project believes:
Donors contribute funds to cover the costs of materials and shipping.
If you want to make sure your home, classroom or school has these colored crayons, you can also find them in most stores that carry school supplies or online:
Be sure to share Crayola Colors of the World with your teachers and friends!
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