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Humble ISD Wishes: Be an Educators' Wish List Hero

Are you an Humble ISD educator in need of classroom supplies or have a fun idea for a classroom project but need a few items to get started? Then create an online wish list so your students' families and our local community can support your dreams for your classroom.                                                                                                                                

It's easy to do. Just follow these simple steps:
2) Click on the link in blue "Humble ISD Wishes:  Be An Educator's Wish List Hero
3) You will see a crowdfunding page for your campus. On the right about half way down, you will see  box that says "Create My Own Fundraising Page".  Click that box.
4) Type in your name and your Humble ISD email address
5) You will now receive an email with a link to your page to edit.
 
Why do some wish lists seem to receive donations more than others?  It is often how it is written and marketed.  Read this document for helpful tips in creating and marketing your wish List as well as important steps in spending the donated funds.  

Here are some examples of how some educators have used Wish List to raise funds for exciting projects.

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$14,350


$450
An anonymous donor funded ALL Wish Lists posted by HHS educators. This doesn't happen often but when it does, you want to make sure you have a Wish List posted.  Be sure to create yours today!

SCHS needed new diving blocks and utilized a Wish List to raise funds from parents and local businesses. Donations have been made both online and through checks and the Wish List thermometer has been tracking their progress.

RMS 7th Grade Science Department wanted additional funding for dissections.  An online Wish List made it easy for parents to donate and get a tax receipt.

Note:  All Wish List pages should be created by an employee of the school district, even if it is for a student related fundraiser (i.e. grade level fundraisers). Please note that all funds are deposited into a district account and must follow district purchasing guidelines.