Thank you for taking on this opportunity, we are excited to work with you and support your students throughout their year of service-learning! You are the backbone of our program, this year you will act as facilitators and guides throughout the process as your students engage in service and are empowered to be lifelong philanthropists!
For more information, contact: Alison Kaufman at Alison@magnifiedgiving.org
We trust you and your students with a $1,000 grant to award to a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization of your choice. To determine the grant recipient, you and your students will learn about and serve nonprofit organizations in our region through the MG 6 step process in your classroom or through your program. This gift comes with a commitment to be made by the Teacher / Facilitator.
You have agreed to trust in the philanthropic process; to empower your student to use their Time, Talent and Treasure to make a change in their community. We take great pride in this partnership and trust, so we too make a commitment to you.
This commitment is creating tomorrow’s philanthropists – TODAY!
Collaboration Among Peers
Building Research Skills
Develop Writing Skills
Professional Communication Skills
Develop Diverse Friendships
Therapeutic benefits of serving others
When you join Magnified Giving’s programs, you are a part of a network of service-learning teachers in our region committed to student development. In 2022, over 4,000 students from 121 Programs awarded $195,000 to local nonprofits and logged over 10,000 service hours in relation to their Magnified Giving program.
Curious about who is in our program? Check out our 2021-2022 Participating Schools & Nonprofit Recipients
Interested in participating? Contact Alison Kaufman, Director of Programs at Alison@magnifiedgiving.org
How the MG Process Works: 6 Simple Steps
Our mission is to educate, inspire, and engage students in philanthropy, empowering them to be leaders and to serve others. Each step in our distinctive model magnifies the gifts of donors. These gifts empower the students on their philanthropic journey. This journey begins with a donation, which is received by Magnified Giving then through our school partnerships, teachers educate students on what it means to be a philanthropist. The students entrusted to grant $1000 or more to their local nonprofits. Students explore, discover, and thoughtfully share concerns about the issues in their community through the 6 steps: Establish the Foundation of Philanthropy, Explore Social Causes, Research Nonprofits, Conduct Site Visits & Volunteer, Evaluate Grant Applications, Advocate & Vote!
They are empowered to research, serve, advocate and persuade their peers through presentations and vote on a local nonprofit to receive their grant. Our students are our future and their voices should be heard. Magnified Giving develops the next generation of philanthropists and one donation is magnified for generations.
Through our unique educational model and service-learning method, students discover opportunities to give their time, talents, and treasure to create a positive change in their community – now.
Learn more at teacher training in the fall, and know that the Magnified Giving Team will support you throughout the year.
If you are interested in facilitating a Magnified Giving program at your school or organization, complete the attached application and submit to Director of Programs Alison Kaufman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Returning Schools (Short Form) | New Schools (Standard Application)