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Teachers asked. Google #FlashFunded.

Over the past few months, Google has flash-funded every project on DonorsChoose.org in 11 different communities.

We've been inspired as we watch their generosity and impact: $3,515,459 million in projects supporting 3,293 teachers and 288,331 students in 2,051 schools. We've seen more partners and donors step up and support their local classrooms as a result.

Thank you, Google, for not only supporting our classrooms—but inspiring the entire DonorsChoose.org community to support teachers in their neighborhoods. Watch this video to see it all unfold.

Now It's Your Turn

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Cities We've Funded Together

Detroit, MI

Detroit, MI September 23, 2014

Former Piston Earl Cureton made a surprise appearance to announce the big news: Detroit received over $230,000 in funding for 340 projects! View more

Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh, PA September 15, 2014

Pittsburgh classrooms were in for a big surprise: between trampolines, digital cameras, and electric circuit kits, Google flash funded every teacher's projects. View more

Boston, MA

Boston, MA September 17, 2014

Google made 202 teachers' days by funding all the back-to-school projects in greater Boston. Over 18,000 local students will have more opportunities to express their creativity and innovation this school year. View more

Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles, CA September 15, 2014

Mayor Eric Garcetti had a special announcement for L.A. Unified School District -- that Google gave nearly $1 million for all of their projects to be funded. This City of Angels even had a special guest appearance by Glee's Kevin McHale! View more

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Seattle, WA September 15, 2014

From science books to shooting rims, 260 teachers in the Seattle area got their projects funded to make back-to-school all the better for over 36,000 students. View more

Kansas City, KS

Kansas City, KS September 10, 2014

Mayor Sly James surprised Kansas City teachers with news that all of their 175 projects were funded! That means new tools like hands-on science kits, drums and technology for local students. View more

Austin, TX

Austin, TX September 9, 2014

All 133 projects were funded -- from Lego robotics kits to wobble seats, fidgets and visual timers for students with ADHD and autism. Nearly 10,000 students in greater Central Texas will have an even better back-to-school. View more

Washington, DC

Washington, DC September 4, 2014

193 teachers received back-to-school supplies, like Ms. Schorn—whose art students are enjoying new ways to learn about creativity and self-expression at school. View more

Chicago, IL

Chicago, IL August 7, 2014

From Interactive whiteboards to magnetic easels, teachers received more than $200,000 worth of back-to-school supplies for their classrooms. View more

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta, GA May 6, 2014

Atlanta had 393 projects funded, from clarinets to caterpillar kits, for 38,000 students to learn, grow, and enjoy. Learn more

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Bay Area, CA

Bay Area, CA March 26, 2014

The school day just got sweeter for 72,000 students in the Bay Area, whose projects were all funded by Google! View more