Adam said that unlike crowdfunding sites, his website allows you to purchase an item off an educator’s wish list, which will be sent directly to them.
“We are not asking for donations and we are not raising any funds,” he explained. “It takes you to Amazon and you enter the classroom address into your Amazon address book. You send whatever you can afford and you know that item has gotten exactly to the person you sent it to.”
Adam’s goal is to make his site go national since he received requests from teachers in Colorado, Washington, Alaska and California, for their wish lists to appear on his page.
Milich said she’d like to meet Adam in person and give him a “big hug” for making the kids “light up” in her classroom.
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