Want an Opportunity to Take Charge of Your Student’s Future? Give Them a School-Year Filled with Quality Classroom Supplies.
It’s no-cost. Qualifying teachers shop for classroom supplies at no cost. Click >here< to see if you’re a teacher who qualifies. Must work in Delaware County, Indiana.
It’s about creating a more equitable learning environment. To ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed in the classroom, we provide free school supplies to students most in need year-round. We do this through our local teachers and schools.
It’s about inspiring and celebrating teachers. We aim to provide high customer service and support to teachers. We help teachers do the extraordinary things they do in the classroom!
What is a Free Teacher Store?
The Back to School Teachers Store is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We procure and distribute quality classroom supplies at no cost to local kids in need through our community’s teachers and schools. A Free Teacher Store offers qualifying teachers a place to shop for core classroom supplies such as pencils, dry erase markers, paper and glue at no cost, instead of worrying about having enough for the next class activity. Our organization is built on the generosity and commitment of individuals, businesses, and partners who understand the importance of giving back. We also partner with a National Network of 40 Resource Centers through the Kids In Need Foundation who donates school supplies to us.
Want to learn more about the benefits of a Free Teacher Store? Click>here<to read the “School Supply Impact Report”.
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Founded in 2004, the Back To School Teachers Store (BTSTS) is a 501(c)(3) organization. We provide free school supplies to local kids in need through teachers who are employed in Delaware County's K-12 schools, PTQ Levels 3 & 4 preschools and afterschool programs. In 2017, BTSTS provided local teachers $850,000 worth of classroom supplies at NO COST and served approximately 10,000 students in need.