When I was first introduced to Help A Teacher, I noticed right away the community that was being built and jumped at the opportunity to assist Help A Teacher to get to where we are today.
In my earlier years, I had been an English Teacher and Business English Consultant in Seoul, South Korea so I understand some of the struggles teachers go through on a day to day basis. I was fortunate enough that my private institute was well funded so I was given the privilege of having the classroom supplies I needed at my request.
I only knew about the issues teachers go through in America through the news and talking with friends who are teachers. Which is why when I started talking with Help A Teacher and realized the message they are sending to thousands of teachers across the US, I was more than happy to help bring this initial idea to the people out there committed to making our learning environment a better place for every community out there.
Now as we continue to grow, it is not without thanks to all of you out there that are making wishes come true. You are truly helping a teacher and together, we are all Help a Teacher.