Some ideas on how your school can raise money to buy subscriptions to
- Ask parents,
grandparents, relatives to sponsor a subscription for their child
in the classroom. This could be a tax deduction for the individual.
and students collect gift certificates from the community and sell
raffle tickets for $1.00 each. The more you collect and sell, the
more subscriptions can be purchased.
- Ask a
Latino owned business in the community to sponsor subscriptions
in the classroom. This could be a tax deduction for the business.
each student in the class bring $1.00. A class of 30 kids can raise
enough for a one year subscription. They can do this as a gift
to the incoming class.
a bake sale or lemonade stand in school and sell to other students/faculty.
- Get your
PTA/PTO to pay for your school subscriptions.
for a Wells Fargo Teacher Partner Program grant. More information
at their website: https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/charitable/ca_guidelines
Purchase Orders NicaGal, LLC. accepts purchase orders from any
school district, city government, non-profit organization or business.
Please contact us for more information.
services that offer IGUANA which should make it easier for
schools to subscribe:
- EBSCO (title
COX (title #107596)
Subscription Service Agency (800) 368-7922
- Subscription Service
of America Richard Gavin (516) 679-8241
- Alini Magazine
Services LLC (800) 292-1231 or (908) 791-4445
LAUSD Vendor's List – NicaGal,
LLC. #187259 We are now authorized to accept purchase orders
from any LAUSD school.