For students to succeed, they must first have the tools to thrive. Crayons to Classrooms is committed to providing those tools to at-risk children in the Greater Dayton Region, including Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Warren counties. We encourage community donations while also leveraging an extensive collection of supply chain partners to secure essential school supplies at significantly reduced costs. Then, we distribute those items at no cost to teachers in our Dayton store. This committed collaboration between business leaders, individual donors and volunteers helps to assure equal access for students in our community and fuel their love of learning.
Secure and distribute school supplies at no cost to teachers of students in need.
Ensure every student in need has the tools for success everyday, in every way.
The Crayons to Classrooms staff is committed to connecting essential resources to teachers while enhancing learning for students in need.
Our Board of Directors is a diverse cross-section of dedicated community leaders, and passionate advocates for students in our region.
See how we grew from a small group of concerned citizens to a distributor of over $25 million dollars in school supplies.
Crayons to Classroom is making a positive impact on our community, and the proof is in the numbers. See how our impact has been felt by both students and teachers in our service area.
Financial transparency is key to retaining trust within our generous donor community. View our most recent tax returns, financial statements, reports, and documentation.
Our difference is defined by our brand identity. Learn about the three pillars of our brand and the significance of those cornerstone attributes within the visual identity of our brand.
You can support Crayons to Classrooms by making a financial donation, donating supplies, or volunteering your time or talent. We deeply value your contribution to help build a stronger future for local schoolchildren.
“I love being able to say “yes” virtually every time a student asks “Do you have ___?” From pencils to folders, to bookbags when their straps break, to hats in the winter, my Teacher Resource Center keeps me stocked with what my students need without having to empty my pockets.”