Sonic Helps Teachers Get School Supplies They Want
For the 10th year, the fast food drive-in supports public schools with their Limeades for Learning program
By the LifeMinute Team
October 4, 2018
Every year, public school teachers are spending more and more of their own money, around $500, on supplies for their classrooms. To help, Sonic Drive-In is providing support with their Limeades for Learning program which gives funds to teachers and students for much-needed classroom supplies and learning resources. Celebrating their 10-year partnership with donorschoose.org, they have put more than $10 million into public school classrooms over the last decade and are expected to reach $20 million by 2021.
Sonic donates three times throughout the school year, the first of which, their fall voting campaign, is now open. Through October 28, fans of Sonic can browse the thousands of projects available for funding and vote daily for their favorites at limeadesforlearning.com. You can also visit your local Sonic, make a purchase and use the code on the bag's Limeades for Learning sticker for two extra votes towards a project you love.