Are you tired of the current school fundraising options? Don't want to do another cookie dough fundraiser or gift wrap fundraiser? You’re not alone.
Meet Learn2Earn, the online school fundraising solution powered by reading. Our read-a-thon fundraiser, the Reading-Raiser, is one of the best fundraising ideas because it's actually educational.
This easy fundraiser requires just 1 volunteer and gives 85% back to schools.
During your school fundraiser, students record the books they’ve read and are able to track their progress online. Teachers get to follow along, too.
This restricted social media network—populated only by parent-approved users to ensure safety—lets students communicate their reading progress to their Sponsors, those who pledge their support through either a flat fee or per-book pledge.
The sky’s the limit when it comes to how much money you can raise through your Reading-Raiser; the more books students read, the more you raise.
5th Grader from Virginia
Morgan M read Escape (Island, #3):
A amazing book. It makes your heart stop when you are reading the book. I would call this book breath taking. Every chapter had something that would make you hold your breath.
3rd Grader from California
Lola R read Buford The Bighorn:
A troubled bighorn sheep is not like the other lambs! When you look at him you think he is a rocking chair! His horns reach the ground and curl up. He is horrible at rock climbing! Winter soon struck Buford's home and a hunter comes to shoot winter bucks. The animals run and Bufford has no chance. But little does he know that a snowy mountain lays below him. He tries running but he can't. Then he reaches the downhill covered in sleet and skies down. His horns rushing through the crisp snow. The hunter left behind in the dust (or snow) is away. But Buford can't stop! Soon he reaches people on shoes a lot like his horns. He reached the ski contest! As Buford wisps through the ice he wins and becomes a pro skier! That is the book about Buford!
Kindergartener from California
Bryan Y read Green Eggs and Ham:
I liked the book, but I would not like to eat green eggs and ham.
3rd Grader from New Jersey
Julia Y read Maggie & Oliver or A Bone of One's Own:
Maggie & Oliver or A Bone of One's One is an extremely fantastic book! This book is a sad story. Some parts will make you laugh, some parts will make you pour out with tears. This book is about a ten year old girl who gets throne out of her only home. All she has is a golden locket and a slice of bread. Inside the locket is a person. Who could it be? Its freezing cold and Maggie has nowhere to go. What will she do to survive? I recommend this book to 9-13 year olds.
4th Grader from Virginia
Chirayu N read Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox (Artemis Fowl, #6):
Very nice sixth book of the Artemis Fowl series. In this book, Artemis's mother is very sick so he gets a lemur back from the past to cure her. In the past he killed the lemur, being a younger criminal mastermind. His archenemies, Opal Koboi, tries to stop him from getting the lemur. Will he get the lemur and save his mother? You will have to read for yourself.
2nd Grade from Maryland
Samantha S read Just Grace Walks The Dog:
Do you want a pet? Well, in Just Grace Walks the Dog, Grace really wants a dog. She tries a couple of things to show her patents that she is responsible and dependable enough to have pet. Will Grace succeed in getting a real dog with the help of her friends, Mimi, Max, and Sammy?
4th Grader from New Jersey
Mayuri P read A Week in the Woods:
I think this book is good because Andrew Clements is one of my favorite authors. This story is about a boy named Mark. His parent s are very rich and they live in several houses and they move frequently. They moved to a town called New Hampshire. Mark was very smart and was accepted to an academy called Runyon Academy.He will be attending that public school for one year then he will be attending Runyon. Mark is in 5th grade.Hie science teacher hosts a 1 week field trip in the woods. But Mark has done some mischive.Read on to find out what..
Check out our easy online read-a-thon fundraiser that gets students excited to read. You have nothing to lose!
"This program has inspired and motivated my son, who is not a regular reader nor interested in literature, to have his nose in a book almost everyday since the read-a-thon fundraiser began. Thank you, Learn2Earn."- Amie Gillcrist, parent of 6th grader, CA
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