Website helps donors control where their contributions go

Published On: Oct 25 2012 08:19:38 AM EDT   Updated On: Oct 25 2012 04:27:15 PM EDT

A website makes it easy for parents to donate money to local school districts and see to it the money goes exactly where it was intended to go.


Fifth graders at North Miami's Oak Grove Elementary have a music teacher who was willing to take a leap of faith.

Elizabeth Flocker-Aming needed music stands, books, violins and a drum set for her students. So she tried something new: logging on to and asking for it.

"I tried it out and immediately, I was funded," she told Local 10.

Within weeks, piles of instruments paid for by anonymous donors, started coming in.

The donations helped students like Gabriel who just picked up playing the violin last week.

"I was interested in the guitar at one point, but this year, I decided to do the violin," he said. is backed by big names like Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates.

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