We’re on a mission to make fundraising seamless and stress-free for teachers, coaches, and parents

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Our Values

Students First
We understand the vital role teachers, coaches, and parents play in supporting students. To put students first, we empower those who know them best.
Collaborative Spirit
We firmly believe that by working together towards a common goal, we can make a greater impact. We set shared goals as a team, and we empower communities to come together.
We appreciate the trust educators place in us and are committed to operating with transparency and integrity.
Social Responsibility
We hold ourselves accountable and use our platform for good. We make conscious decisions to improve the world by helping students reach their full potential.
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What is Schoolfundr?

A free, simple way to raise money

It’s built for teachers, coaches, and parents — so you can spend time on students, not on fundraising.

At Schoolfundr, we believe in empowering school communities to achieve their goals. That's why we offer free fundraising tools that simplify the process and save time and resources for teachers, coaches, and parents.

Tailored fundraising for school communities

Our platform is customizable and flexible, but requires minimal effort on your end.  Our simple tools enable you to quickly create personal fundraisings campaigns that address the specific needs of your team or group.

Raise more, and keep all of the funds you raise

We pride ourselves on being a fee-free way for school groups to fundraiser. You keep 100% of the money raised, with only standard credit card processing fees deducted. We reply on optional donor tips from the same donors that support your cause.

Learn more about how Schoolfundr is revolutionizing School Fundraising

Our advisors

Steve Robinson
Steve Robinson serves as the District Director of Athletics at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina. With a six-year tenure as an athletic director, Robinson is a certified master athletic administrator. He holds prestigious positions on the board of the NCADA and the NIAAA mentoring committee. Beyond his achievements in athletics, Robinson is also an author, motivational speaker, and educator. He is excited about the partnership with Schoolfundr, emphasizing its significant benefits for athletic directors, coaches, and students alike.
District Director
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
Jennifer Shemtob
Jenn started her career as a teacher in the Lower Lower Merion School District and the Philadelphia School District, where she worked for over a decade. She is also the Founder and CEO of Teacher Time to Go, a “travel to you” and virtual tutoring company providing Individualized learning curriculum to hundreds of families. Jennifer holds a Master’s in K-12 Education and is triple-certified in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Early Childhood Education.
Teacher Time to Go
Larry Anderson
As MIT’s Varsity Men’s Basketball coach for the last 28 years, Larry has won over 400 games, 6 NEWMAC tournament championships, 9 NCAA tournament bids, and 1 NCAA Final Four (2011-12). Larry thrives on interacting with students, teaching them novel skills, and seeing them improve and achieve proficiency so they can participate in an activity for a lifetime. Larry was inducted into The New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009. Larry is also a physical education teacher in MIT’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation.
Men’s Varsity Basketball Coach
James Accomando
Jim brings more than 25 years of experience within the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children. Jim has been President of his local high school PTA, his District PTA Council, President of the state of Connecticut, and President of the National PTA Association (2017-2019) with 22,000 PTA units and more than 4 million members. An Eagle Scout, Jim is the current President of the Connecticut Yankee Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Former President
National PTA Association
Kat Clark
Kat was a senior manager on Apple’s education team before leaving to elevate teachers’ voices. She is currently leading a project called Teachers in Their Power, focused on shifting the narrative about the teaching profession. Over the past ten years, Kat worked in four schools (including Khan Academy’s) before moving into tech to help educators buy homes in expensive cities. She consults for early-stage edtech companies and holds an MBA from Berkeley-Haas.
Project Founder
Teachers in their Power
Lauren Wesnak
Lauren is a seasoned educator who has worked in public and private schools for the last 15 years. She was the founding middle school humanities teacher at Khan Lab School, where she developed a curriculum that emphasized project-based and concept-based learning. She has worked as a personalized learning teacher at the Ellis School, and her expertise in personalized learning has made her a sought-after educational consultant. She holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Vermont.
Teacher and Personalized Learning Expert