All learning starts with a foundation
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EVERY PENCIL, NOTEBOOK, AND CRAYON COUNTS.
A pair of scissors or a pack of pencils may seem like a small gift, but for a student without basic supplies, it can mean having the opportunity to actively
participate in the classroom.
Help us put the power in students’ hands by donating the resources they need to succeed.
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Income & Expenses
F O U N D A T I O N
The Scholarly Thinking Foundation
is Texax non-profit charitible organization.
(Federal Tax ID #84-2988697).
At this time contributions are not tax deductible; however donation acknowledgement receipts
are provided to all donors
The Scholarly Thinking Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization located
in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. We couldn’t do what we do without the
generous support of our donors, people like you. It’s why we’re proud of our mission,
vision, and core values as a forward-thinking organization and why we’re transparent
about where our money comes from and exactly where it goes. We receive donations
in the form of private contributions from individuals, corporations, organizations and
associations, as well as revenue and income from special events and fundraising
The overwhelming majority of our expenses are allocated towards the purchase of
supplies for scholars and teachers including basic school supplies, classroom resources,
scholarships, and other necessary tools for Texas students. General operational expenses
also include postage and handling, shipping materials, parent outreach, and improving the scholarlythinking.org experience.
JOIN US IN EMPOWERING SCHOLARS
A partnership with The Scholarly Thinking Foundation will align your organization’s goals with our mission and objective to aide in providing school age children and college students in Texas with much needed school supplies.
Corporations and individuals are invited to contact us today for more information on how to partner with The Scholarly Thinking Foundation..... because every pencil, notebook and crayon counts to establish a solid learning foundation for every student.
We would greatly appreciate donated school supplies or cash contributions. There are several easy ways to donate to The Scholarly Thinking Foundation. You can donate online by clicking the donate link, or mail your donations to our address location in Texas. We’ll also gladly pick up new school supply items you wish to donate from your home or office in the local DFW area. Complete the online donation form and we will contact you promptly regarding your contribution.
Corporations can donate excess inventory to The Scholarly Thinking Foundation to benefit school age children and college students in Texas. We provide acknowledgement receipts, quick approval process, and . All donated products are repackaged and distributed to students and teachers while protecting original branding. Your donation aides in directly assisting studens who need it most - not resold or modified for profit. Complete the donation form to begin contributing today.
Monthly giving: the simple way to make your donations do more. Start with $1 to make a difference today. it is the most effective way to help the children and families who need it most. It lowers costs and puts more of your money to work changing lives. Plus, your donations will be delivering the right solution at just the right time - school supplies for any time of the year. And while your gifts are at work changing lives, you’ll get to see the power of your generosity through quarterly updates in the Thinking Scholarly newsletter.
GIVE BY CHECK - MAIL-IN
Check donations may be mailed to The Scholarly Thinking Foundation at P.O. Box 2578, Desoto, TX 75123. A donation acknowledgement receipt will be provided to all donors..
Donate now to support The Scholarly Thinking Foundation's mission to provide much needed school supplies and scholarships to school age children and college students in Texas. All partners and donors receive recognition in the Thinking Scholarly quarterly newsletter