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How to Get A Yoobi Classroom Pack

Posted by Yoobi Social on

We wanted teachers, schools and administrators to understand exactly HOW they can receive a Yoobi Classroom Pack – so we outlined it in TWO STEPS.

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STEP 1: Make sure your classroom qualifies for a classroom pack.

Yoobi supports elementary grade classrooms where at least 70% of the student population is enrolled in the federal free or reduced lunch program. If your classroom is not at an elementary school, or doesn’t quite qualify under the 70% rule – know that this is just the beginning for Yoobi. We hope to reach more classrooms and more grades each year, so please sign up for our teacher email list to get updates on when we will expand our give!

STEP 2: Contact your local Kids in Need Foundation Resource Center

Yoobi donates Classroom Packs through the Kids In Need Foundation’s (KINF) network of Teacher Resource Centers. To receive a Yoobi Classroom Pack, teachers/principals must contact their local KINF resource center. To find your closest KINF resource center, go to

 If your local resource center is currently out of Classroom Packs, they WILL receive more in the future (because every time a Yoobi item is purchased, a Yoobi item is donated to the KINF network) so keep checking back with your local resource center. If there is no resource center close to you, remember that this is just the beginning for Yoobi! KINF is constantly working to identify new resource centers to reach more classrooms around the country.

Receive a Classroom Pack!

That’s IT! Follow those two steps and YOU can receive a Yoobi Classroom Pack for your classroom. If you have any more questions about our give, visit or shoot us an email at and we’d be happy to answer any questions you might have!

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  • I am in need of supplies for my class. We are a title 1 district.

    michelle palumbo on

  • The site closest to us serves Portland Public Schools, but we are not in that district. My school is 100% Title 1 and the socio-economic status gets lower each year. I have a classroom of 2nd graders (30 of them) who would love a set of colorful supplies. Thank you in advance.

    Karie Snodgrass on

  • Please help! our school is a new developing school and we need supplies

    Paige on

  • Good morning. I was given your information by a fellow teacher who works in the Arlington School District in Texas. Your company recently provided pencil bags and supplies to McNutt Elementary. McNutt is one of our newest schools in the district. I am currently at Speer Elementary were the school is economically disadvantaged. However this does not prevent learning. Luckily the teachers that i am blessed to be along side of have been coming up with new and inventive ways to work with the students with little supplies. This is were I am hoping you can help. This is my first year teaching in the classroom. I was overwhelmed when I saw the lack of supplies. My $200 budget didn’t go too far. I would love to hear more about how your company works and how Speer Elementary can be partnered with Yoobi. I’ll be on pins and needles awaiting word from you.

    Kelly Miller on

  • Hello my name is Christina and I teach special education 2-5 grade in Victorville California. Most of my students are low income and I would love to receive some supplies for my class. I would love to be able to have all of my students have the ability to do homework. Many of my students dint have the basic supplies such as pencils crayons and erasers. This would mean so much to my class and students. please

    Christina Casey on

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