How Much Could Your School be Earning with our Gives Back Program? | Tuft & Needle

2020 has been nothing short of a question mark for all of us, and no one is feeling that pressure quite like our schools are. We know that students and their families are struggling to adjust to the ever-changing landscape of learning in 2020, but we know our administrators and teachers are getting hit the hardest. Trying to figure out what your days look like is hard enough–but now you have to figure out how to fund it all. 

We wanted to refresh our customers on how Tuft & Needle partners with schools to help with a simple, direct fundraising opportunity. Our Gives Back program is going strong and the easiest, safest way to fundraise for schools in the age of remote learning.

With every Tuft & Needle purchase under your school’s name, 25% goes back to your school. No fees, no third parties, no catalogs, door to door selling, or big events necessary. All you need to do is have your PTO register your school with our program here, and share your custom link with the parents in your community. 

Not sure how selling mattresses can stack up?

Every Twin purchase with our program gives $78.75 back to your school.* That’s 90 watercolor sets. 

A Queen? $133.88, or 62 jump ropes. 

A King? $168.75, or 27 recorder instruments. 

*Based on non-sale price of T&N Original Mattress

There’s a lot happening in the world right now, and we know that fundraising is even more stressful this year than ever before. By partnering with us, we hope to bring more rest and comfort to your community, and your staff. 

If you have questions, or would like more info, check out our Gives Back homepage here. 

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Shelly Weaver-Cather
Shelly Weaver-Cather

Shelly Weaver is part of the Content Team at Tuft & Needle, leading the writing and editing of our blog. Not quite a Phoenix native, (They take that sort of thing super seriously.) Shelly has spent most of her life in the Phoenix Metro area and has no plans of leaving anytime soon. She made the unexpected jump out of wedding photography and onto T&N’s team in 2016, and found a passion for the people that keep the lights on. She still finds herself shooting in her free time, though these days there are less bridal portraits and more masterpieces of her first child, Duke, a lab-pit mix with an unparalleled love for both T&N mattress hogging and couch destroying.

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