Become a Monthly Sponsor for only $28 a Month...that's less than a $1 a day
iPLANETS ACADEMY welcomes many families who at times may not be able to afford to continue to keep their child in our learning environment. You can sponsor a child to attend.
Monies received towards sponsoring a child will pay for all or a portion of the child's tuition, food, uniforms, graduation fees or educational field trips, etc.
Through our sponsorship program, you can become a corporate or personal sponsor. Your monthly donations help us as well as parents with many costs such as:
Sponsoring a child
Providing maintenance and upkeep
Updating office equipment and supplies
Increasing state-of-the-art electronics and computer systems
Click on the picture below to Sponsor a Child.
If interested in applying to receive a sponsorship GO HERE.
More ways you can help the children at iPLANETS ACADEMY to have an enriching learning experience by donating through our Amazon Wish. These are activities all the children can enjoy! please click on the picture below to be taken to our Amazon Wish.
For many donors, it's important to ensure that they continue to help those who are doing the work that is very important to them continues after their lifetimes.
We work with individuals, families and professional advisors to establish funds through planned giving, so that charitable goals are honored into the future.
Estate planning finds ways to make charitable gifts while enjoying financial benefits for yourself.
Planned gifts require discussion with your professional advisers. Unlike cash donations, they are typically made from assets in your estate rather than disposable income, and either become operable now or as bequests upon your death.
A misconception is that gift planning is only for the "wealthy." The truth is, even people of modest means can make a difference through gift planning.
Some ways you can give this way is:
Name the Community Foundation in your will or trust. A charitable bequest can specify dollar amount, a percentage of an estate or what remains after other bequests, including those to family members, are made.
This giving vehicle can be appealing to donors with appreciated assets, including real estate and securities.
They allow individuals to receive income – or provide income to another person – with the knowledge that the funds remaining when the trust terminates will be used to support their charitable interests.
There is also charitable lead trusts, which support charitable interests now while leaving remaining trust assets to the heirs.
Life insurance can be used as a charitable asset, making a donor eligible for a charitable tax deduction based on the current value of the paid-up policy. As an option, an individual can simply name iPLANETS ACADEMY as the beneficiary of part or all of the insurance proceeds.
Because they are heavily taxed, retirement fund assets from qualified plans or IRAs are ideal for charitable giving purposes.
They allow an individual to avoid income and estate tax while making a significant gift that will meet pressing needs in the local community.
We urge you to consult with your attorney or financial adviser before determining which planned giving instrument works best for you. We appreciate your generosity!
If interested in supporting iPLANETS ACADEMY please let us know through our Facebook at:
Contributions or gifts are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes.
The first time I moved to Dallas Forth Worth was due to Hurricane Katrina back in 2005 I came here with nothing but the clothes on my back. Dress for Success outfitted me from head to toe with an outfit. I took that outfit and went to an interview for Dillard's where I became a supervisor and a manager at Braums. I bought some clothes for 10 cents at the thrift store to begin working. I never forgot how they helped me and others. Many of the other women I saw were women trying to escape Domestic Violence and establish independence. It was a humbling experience, but everyone was so kind and helpful. I left there feeling like a million bucks and empowered. They not only provide clothes, but they also provide
resources or give you more outfits to use if you needed it for a job. It was set up like a boutique so you felt like you were shopping and trying on clothes at an upscale store.
Tre Boy was born by way of an emergency C-Section at just 32 weeks. He was breech and weighed only 4 pounds 11 oz. When he was born he was not fully developed and could not breathe on his own. He had a seizure at birth and almost died.
Please consider donating to the
March of Dimes. March of Dimes is a United States nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies. According to its website, "We believe that every baby deserves the best possible start.
Unfortunately, not all babies get one. We are changing that. Click on the picture to go and donate.
As one of the only national organizations dedicated exclusively to the success and well-being of Black children, the National Black Child Development Institute and our National Affiliate Network have been a powerful and effective voice on issues related to the education, care, and health of Black children and their families.
NBCDI supports and works primarily with Black children birth through age eight and their families, through coalition building with community-based organizations, foundations, corporations, school systems, elected officials, government, child care, Head Start and many other public and private partnerships.
Our current programs and activities range from our exciting Annual Conference; to T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood DC©; to programs across the country focused on health and wellness, literacy, family engagement, and preparation for college.
President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper Alliance to address persistent opportunity gaps facing boys and young men of color and to ensure all youth can reach their full potential. Within the Obama Foundation, MBK Alliance focuses on building safe and supportive communities for boys and young men of color where they feel valued and have clear pathways to opportunity.
Every African-American person should have the ability to create the life they’ve always wanted and that’s what The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. provides.
Committing themselves to personify the type of people our children will look up to and emulate, they embrace the immense responsibility they have to our mentees and our communities. Providing these children another choice in life by being around likeminded individuals who have similar aspirations and goals.
This is done through the 100’s Four For The Future focus areas; Mentoring, Education, Health & Wellness, and Economic Empowerment.
I went through Hurricane Katrina and Rita. Was displaced to Dallas, Texas and lost everything but the clothes on my back. I had always been a long time supporter of Salvation Army USA. This time they helped me and so many more. They gave me $275. I purchased a car for $250 at the auction, $10 in used clothes from Goodwill and $15 in gas with it.
I drove to an interview and got the job as a store manager. The rest is history. But I never forgot how they helped me and all the other lives I saw touched by their selfless service and dedication to helping those in need.
I was in Winnie Palmer Hospital for over a month while on bedrest and Tre Boy was born at Arnold Palmer Hospital, which is one of the few level III NICU's in the country. He stayed in the NICU for two months while the doctors and nurses worked tirelessly to care for him. I credit them with helping to save his life. Please consider donating to them by clicking on the picture above.
My very first management job was as a Director of the Boys and Girls Club in Louisiana. Later, I went on to be an Executive Director.
I absolutely loved the children and it was one of the best jobs I ever had!
Please click on the picture below to donate to Black Girls Code, which depend heavily on donations to operate. They work to increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.
When Tre Boy was in the NICU for those two months. Ronald McDonald Charities offered me and my husband to stay for FREE at their facility housed across the street from Arnold Palmer hospital so we could be near our brand new baby.
Although we did not take them up on their offer we saw so many families who were able to be with their children and newborns because of them. We never forgot that.
At iPLANETS ACADEMY we welcome the below items at any time to be used by our children.
Your help in donating the listed supplies is greatly appreciated.
Keep in mind that iPLANETS ACADEMY is not picky, however, please make sure all items are toxic free! We will happily take new or gently used items.
Below are some items that would really be helpful:
12 pack or more Crayons
10 pack or more Washable Markers
Colored construction paper
Egg cartons any size
Pipe Cleaners, any color
Glass jars with lids, any size
Plastic bottles with lids, any size
Coffee Can or can similar with Lids
First-Aid Kits (no open medicine)
Light bulbs and/or flashlights
Toys (indoor and outdoor, boys and girls)
School Supplies (backpacks, notebooks, scissors, glue, etc.)
Elmer's Glue bottles
Empty Toilet Tissue or Paper Towel Tubes (or new ones too)
Metal or Plastic Funnels
Measuring spoons and cups
Scoops from Anything (laundry detergent, coffee…)
Baby Food or Mason Jars plastic or glass containers (prefer with lids)
Buttons, string, thread, yarn, etc.
Bread tabs (those colored square or rectangular pieces of plastic that hold the bread bag closed).
Applesauce/Fruit pouch tops.
Old Playing Cards or puzzle pieces (ok if pieces missing)
Stationary, Greeting Cards and Envelopes (unused but sets you don’t plan to use)
Interesting Natural Objects (large pinecones, shells, unusual seed pods…)
Paper Products: Kleenex, Paper Towels, Baby Wipes
"Office" Supplies: Various types of tape, clipboards, post it notes, markers, pens, paper clips, staples, manilla folders, hanging folders, printer ink, printer paper, etc.
Aluminum foil, plastic wrap, sandwich and Ziploc bags. Large Ziploc baggies (for carrying our precious creations home!)
Laundry detergent and fabric softener.
Cleaning products (sponges, dishwashing liquid, dishwasher detergent, clorox wipes, paper towels, etc.)
Bath and bedroom items (beach towels, twin sheets and pillow cases)
Kitchen (these items can be gently used, do not have to be new):
• Tableware (forks, knifes, spoons)
• Dishes (plates, cups/glasses, bowls)
• Pots and Pans (saucepan, frying pan, baking dish, etc.)
• Mixing/Serving bowls
• Kitchen utensils (spatula, wooden spoon, knife, serving utensils, etc.)
• Can opener
• Small Appliances (Microwaves, Toasters, Blenders, etc.)
Computers, laptops or PC
Old keyboards or Typewriters for typing
Child related CD's, DVD's or Tapes
Furniture, Appliances, Large Items:
Sheds for storage
Safe Child Appropriate Playground Equipment
Cars, Trucks or Vans
Gas cards for running errands
Gift Cards to purchase school items
Set of drawers, dressers, shelves, or another unit appropriate for the storage of clothing
Tables and Chairs
Any other items that are safe to be used to create and enjoy. Feel free to send items whenever possible.
Our classroom works as a community; so all items will become community items for everyone to use. Please contact us if you would like to contribute anything on this list or if you have anything you think we may need.
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We feel blessed for the program and the opportunities we are able to offer. We also recognize the importance of teaching our children the value of giving back through service-learning opportunities both within our community and to our world.
Our purpose is to provide opportunities for parents to:
Learn – Get up-to-date information on issues and decisions affecting your child’s education. Guest speakers share information on topics pertinent to your child’s educational experience. Meetings also provide information on volunteer needs and opportunities.
Share – We must work together to help our children succeed. The Parent Monthly Facebook Meetups are a vehicle for sharing ideas on ways to improve your child(ren) educational experience. You can offer suggestions for supporting the activities we plan for the children. If you have concerns, we need to hear them as well so we can work to address them.
Serve – You can make a real difference by serving our homeschool community. We offer many volunteer opportunities. Some involve being on school grounds during homeschool hours, some are available after homeschool has ended, or in the Evening, and others can be done from the convenience of your own home. Whether you know it or not, you have a talent, and we can put it to good use.
The charities we support are because we have either received from them personally, believe in their cause, or in my case, I personally worked there and saw the good that was done with the donations. But if you would like to get some financial information to ensure your money is being used for the purpose they say then click on the Charity Navigator picture, so you can donate confidently.