Bing “Our School Needs” Voting is Here

Bing "Our School Needs" Voting is Here 1

Although my children are not in school yet, I have two school-aged brothers. Education is one of the most important things out there for children. By creating a strong education, you are setting the stepping stones for success. Unfortunately, finances get in the way of our schools creating the best education. But Bing is committing to helping schools by donating¬† up to $1.1 million dollars in their Bing “Our School Needs” contest.

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Individuals had the chance to submit their school projects that are in need of funding to make them possible. 15 finalists were then selected and are now in active voting until November 7th! The school with the most overall votes will win $100,000.

  • Bing is awarding a quarter-million dollars in prize money divided among four schools in need, and your vote can make all the difference.
  • The entry with the most votes wins $100k, and 3 others will each win $50k.
  • Bing is giving away up to $900,000 to schools in need through DonorsChoose.org, a non-profit website where public school teachers can post classroom projects that need funding. ¬†Be one of the first 30,000 to vote for your favorite finalists each day and receive a $3 donation code to redeem for the classroom project of your choice!
  • The voting phase starts Friday, October 29 and runs through Sunday, November 7. America will be asked to vote on the 15 Our School Needs finalists as determined by the panel of judges. The winners will be announced Tuesday, November 9.

I might not have a child in school at this point but I want to know that my children have the best schooling possible and do whatever I can to show support for our school systems. If we as parents don’t support our schools, who will?

“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Bing and received a gift card and DonorsChoose.org giving code to thank me for taking the time to participate.”

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