AmazonSmile: Your Amazon Purchases; Founders Benefits

When you make your everyday Amazon purchases, do it through The Founders Academy AmazonSmile link. Amazon contributes 0.5% to Founders for all eligible AmazonSmile purchases. 

Bookmark this link:

Read more information on the AmazonSmile program

PTSA Restaurant Night - January 10, 2019


What: PTSA Restaurant Night
When: January 10, 2019, 5:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: 99 Restaurant, 1685 South Willow St., Manchester
Why: Fundraiser for PTSA!

Shop at Hannaford, Earn Money for Founders

Through Hannaford's "Helps Schools" program, schools like The Founders Academy can earn money just by parents, friends, and extended families do their regular weekly shopping!

HannafordRaising money is as easy as 1, 2, 3:
(1) Shop. More than 1,500 items are eligible for this program.
(2) Check out. Get 3 school dollars for every 4 participating products you purchase.
(3) Submit. Deposit your school dollars in the collection tower in-store.

Founders has a collection tower at the Hannaford on 859 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH. You may also submit Hannaford dollars to the front desk at The Founders Academy.

For more information or to see the participating brands, check out the Hannaford "Helps Schools" page.

The Founders Academy Snow Shovels
SnoFighter 18" heavy-duty snow shovels are manufactured in Frankfort, Maine!

Winter is fast approaching! What better way to prepare for winter and to help your student's school than by buying one of The Founders Academy snow shovels. These SnoFighter 18" heavy-duty snow shovels are manufactured in Frankfort, Maine by Mount Waldo Plastics, and are the only snow shovels manufactured in New England. They are made with a solid ash shaft and D-grip handle for ease of use, and the shovel is made of heavy duty plastic that is easy on deck edges.


Support The Founders Academy and prepare yourself for this coming winter! Tell all of your family and friends about this exciting opportunity to support a local New England business and your student's school.

The snow shovels are $20 each, to be paid at the front desk.

Donors Choose Fundraiser: Mrs. Manchanda's Chromebooks 
In Mrs. Manchanda's words: "The Chromebooks will make technology accessible to all learners by decreasing the digital divide. Since different students learn differently, it will help with the differentiated instruction in Mathematics and would allow for flexibility of learning for students to learn at their own pace and ability. As our school integrates technology into the curriculum, it would help all my students have fair access to technology. It would make a difference in my students' learning by decreasing the gap in the Math skills to be mastered by students who are at different levels in a classroom with mixed levels as the Math Lab online instruction is personalized to their needs."

To learn more or to donate to Mrs. Manchanda's Donors Choose Project click here

Donors Choose Fundraiser: Ms. Fortier's Ceramic Boards Project
In Ms. Fortier's words: "Help me give my students work boards so that they can more easily store their in progress ceramic sculptures.

"My students have the wonderful opportunity to create art in a variety of media with tremendous support from the school community and faculty. As our school grows, effective material management is a must. Students love using clay as one of the medias in our curriculum. To support clay management and creation, students need designated boards to build on. These boards would be manageable for all students to manipulate, build, and store work on."

To learn more or to donate to Ms. Fortier's Donors Choose Project click here.

Donors Choose Fundraiser: Decreasing the STEM Digital Divide
In Ms. Perrella's words: "Help me give my students access to digital curriculum! We need to be able to interact with multiple media formats, and actively engage students in developing best practices of 21st-century skills in STEM-based fields. 

"My students need Chromebooks to successfully access digital content in multiple platforms in order to meet their diverse learning needs. Having Chromebooks will allow students access to current events in the rapidly-evolving world of scientific research and development."

To learn more or to donate to Ms. Perrella's Donors Choose Project click here

High School Cafeteria Remodel Fundraiser
Michael Hubbard and David Gandia decided to remodel the high school eating area for their senior project. 

They have decided to get new tables, chairs, furniture, and repaint the walls because it is in need of change. 

The remodel would allow students not only to only eat there, but to have high school events as well. Any donations would be appreciated to help them reach their goal.

Join the cause on the GoFundMe page! Thank you.

Please Support Our Choral Program!
As a newly-founded NH Charter School, The Founders Academy is excited about its budding arts programming.  The Choral Program is asking for your assistance by donating to our “Choral Supporters Donor Page”, which will list your patronage in Founders Academy Choral Program in our 2017/2018 annual concert and production playbill programs.  Your donation will be for the entire 2017/18 academic year.

Please see the following link for the donors form:
Choral program also looking to purchase risers for their three annual choral events. Learn more on the DonorsChoose page!

Donations are always welcome!


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