Blockbuster Sponsors Classroom Projects Using Movies to Teach and Reward

Posted on October 29, 2004

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Blockbuster believes that movies can also help teach our children and reach out to our communities. Blockbuster sponsors projects in the classroom that use movies both to teach and reward. Across the U.S, more than 11,000 elementary schools are also taking part in the Blockbuster Class Act Award program, that allows elementary school teachers to reward their students’ efforts with free movie rentals. They only support programs that are related in some way to film and video. Project goals and evaluation plans must be clearly defined in the proposal. Guidelines for Giving are available on their website as well as all necessary contact information. More information about their programs is available by calling the Blockbuster Corporate Contributions Line at (214) 854-3077.
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