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Your gift puts the power in students' hands!

  $25   gives a student the school supplies they need for a year.
$100   provides 4 students with a year’s worth of school supplies
$500   stocks a whole classroom with needed supplies

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TEXT TO GIVE

Text PENCIL to 41444 to confirm a donation to support students in need.

SEND A CHECK

Make it out to The Education Partnership and mail it to 281 Corliss Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15220.

AMAZONSMILE

Link your account and Amazon will donate .5% of each purchase to The Education Partnership. You shop, Amazon donates.

UNITED WAY

Direct a gift through United Way using our Agency Code: #1393032.

EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT TAX CREDIT PROGRAM (EITC)

Corporations can choose The Education Partnership as the recipient of their state tax credits.

At Standard Bank, we believe that good business starts with giving back to the organizations that support our communities and the families within them. That’s why we chose to partner with The Education Partnership. The Partnership works diligently to improve the day-to-day life of students and teachers by providing them the tools they need to succeed. Education is one of the strongest building blocks of a successful community, and as a community bank, we take the education of our youth very seriously. We are honored to help make a real difference.

Andrew Hasley, President, Standard Bank

*Storehouse for Teachers dba The Education Partnership is a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania nonprofit organization that receives contributions of both funds and products, which are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. The official registration and financial information of Storehouse for Teachers dba The Education Partnership may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.