To connect ALL teachers to a safe, supportive community where free resources are available for their classroom, their curriculum, and their personal development.
In its ongoing mission to provide supplies to under-resourced students and teachers, Kids In Need Foundation (KINF) crafted a national, robust network of teachers to provide consistent, much-needed resources to all teachers across the country. Every Teacher, Every Day (ETED) is a deliberate platform for KINF and its partners to recognize and demonstrate their appreciation for ALL teachers and to foster the curation of broad resources to teachers at no cost... ever.
We recognize that teachers face immense daily challenges as they strive to carry out the critical role of educating the next generation. Our goal is to help provide more support and resources for teachers and to ultimately help ensure all students equal opportunity and access to equitable learning environments.
“Every Teacher, Every Day” will connect teachers with a supportive community and opportunities to collaborate.
We know that when teachers have the resources they need, both for themselves and for their classrooms, positive change happens.
Every Teacher, Every Day will provide a positive platform where teachers can find inspiration for their profession, classroom, and students.
Kids In Need Foundation (KINF), a nonprofit organization that believes every child in America deserves equal opportunity and access to a quality education, provides the support and tools needed for teachers to teach and learners to learn. By providing essential school supplies, distance learning resources, and other classroom items in high demand, KINF partners with teachers in underserved schools to ensure students are prepared to learn in the classroom. In 2020, through its programs and National Network of Resource Centers, comprised of more than 40 mission-driven organizations nationwide, KINF served an estimated 5 million students, 205,000 teachers, and provided over $70 million in product at no cost to schools or teachers. For more information, visit KINF.org, and join us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter: @KidsInNeed.