Teachers, this one is for you! Chevron is working with DonorsChoose.org again this year to help K-12 teachers in public schools get the supplies they need for eligible public school classroom projects.

What do your students need? Microscopes, art supplies, books… The time period for submissions on DonorsChoose.org is September 1, 2017, to November 3, 2017. Don’t wait—because the earlier you post your project during the submission period, the better your chance will be to receive funding.

Submit your first classroom project by October 2 and Donors Choose will donate $50 to kickstart your project. You can request up to $500 in materials!

Parents and students, you can easily help your teachers fund their projects and requests through Fuel Your School.

From October 1 through October 31, 2017 in SALT LAKE, DAVIS & UTAH COUNTIES (See Rules), Chevron will donate $1 when you fill-up with 8 or more gallons,
up to $750,000, to help fund materials and supplies for local public schools through DonorsChoose.org.


Chevron Fuel Your School is giving away two (2) $50.00 Donors Choose Gift Cards that literally any parent, teacher or educator could apply to literally any Donors Choose posted project! If you’re a teacher looking for supplies, this gift card could be applied directly to your project!

There are 3 ways to enter by answering the following question(s):  Who would you give this $50 to or what teacher deserves this prize?

  1. Leave a comment on our blog post about Fuel Your School and Donors Choose. Who would you give this to or what teacher deserves this prize?
  2. Leave a comment on our Facebook post.
  3. Leave a comment on our Instagram post. Tag for extra entries. More tags=more entries.

Two random winners will be chosen on Friday, October 6, 2017. No purchase necessary. By entering, you release Facebook and Instagram of this giveaway. Facebook and Instagram do not sponsor or endorse this giveaway.


  1. I would love to have this so I could apply it to a painting project I have up. Thank you for the opportunity.

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