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Vote for best teachers projects

SONIC Drive-In's partnership with DonorsChoose.org allows consumers to play an important role in funding classroom projects that inspire learning.
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SONIC Drive-In's partnership with DonorsChoose.org allows consumers to play an important role in funding classroom projects that inspire learning.

Anyone with a valid e-mail address can take part by voting every day for a teacher's project online at LimeadesForLearning.com. Once 1 million votes or more are cast for SONIC Teacher projects by Sept. 30, SONIC will unlock an additional $100,000 donation. That means an extra week of voting Oct. 1 – 7. The projects with the most votes each week are awarded grants throughout the month of September.

An interactive map allows visitors to view the number of teacher projects and dollars donated in real-time nationally and by city or state.

For more information visit LimeadesforLearning.com.

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