Impact Report

Grading Our Performance: 2022-2023

Each year, Crayons to Classrooms makes a significant difference in the lives of students and teachers. Last year, we served 50,534 students in 129 schools including 7 childcare centers and 6 rural pilot schools in the Dayton region. In those schools, 60% or more of the student population is enrolled in free or reduced lunch programming via the National School Lunch Program. The information below provides statistical insight into the impact that our services and programs are having here in the Miami Valley. All data was collected from June 1, 2022 through May 31, 2023.

Making A Difference To Our Students

Approximately 83% of the students in our service area are identified as low-income, and according to local teachers, 75% of their students lack the supplies they need to succeed throughout the school year.

Value Of Distributed Merchandise
Packs Of Pencils Distributed Last School Year
Packs Of 24 ct. Crayons Distributed Last School Year

Making A Difference For Teachers

Teachers from eligible schools are invited to shop at our free retail-style store twice per academic year to acquire school supplies, student incentives, art supplies, and other educational materials.

Teachers Served Via Shopping
Value Of Average Shopping Visit
Shopping Visits

Making A Difference With The Community

Our volunteers assist teachers with their shopping experience by helping with check-in, data entry, and the physical shopping process. They also create, build, and assemble every product in our Classroom Solutions section of the store.

Volunteer Hours

Read The Full Report

Want to learn more about the impact that Crayons to Classrooms makes in the Dayton region? Download and read our most recent Impact Report that surveyed nearly 310 teachers in our area.

"The supplies that I have received have helped free up my time to focus on lesson plans and to create in depth learning experiences. The students have had everything they needed to begin activities immediately and do not feel bad about not having a supply they need because they have everything with them."

Crayons to Classrooms Teacher