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History

Teachers Warehouse has experienced exponential growth since it opened in 2004 as a project of Bloomington Rotary Club. TW initially targeted MCCSC Title 1 elementary teachers and counted 75 shopping visits its first year. Discovering a broader need, TW expanded to serve MCCSC grade K-8 teachers. Other Rotary clubs and retired teachers' groups assumed sponsorship for four more counties' teachers, extending the service area to Brown, Greene, Lawrence, and Owen counties. In 2015 Greene County added a satellite TW center in Linton, sponsored by retired teachers. In January 2018, grade 9-12 public school educators became eligible to shop at Teachers Warehouse. In July 2022, teachers working for the Metropolitan School District of Martinsville became eligible to shop, thanks to the support of the Martinsville Rotary.

 

In 2017, then-President Sue Cull recorded a five-minute podcast for WFHB's Activate!

2022-2023 Board of Directors

Officers

Ron Barnes - President
Marcus Debro - Vice-President
Marilyn Wood - Treasurer
Beverly Teach - Corresponding Secretary
Gabe Colman - Recording Secretary

Operations Contact

Barb Marks - Inventory/Donations
Sue Cull - Volunteers (volunteers@teacherswarehouse.org)

At Large Members

Anne Bright
Kate Cruikshank
Ty Mungle
Tiffany Oswalt
Julie Paris
Jeff Sparks
Rebecca Stanze
Courtney Vencel
Cindy Vlasman

Newsletter

Teachers Warehouse sends out occasional email news. You can keep up with TW by subscribing! Past issues are also available.

Annual Reports

2021-22 Report - coming soon

2020-21 Report

2019-20 Report

2018-19 Report

Help Support Our Cause

Did you know thousands of children go to their classrooms each day without basic school supplies?

46% of the students served by Teachers Warehouse qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. We rely on your generosity to support the students in our communities. Make a secure contribution to Teachers Warehouse today.

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Teachers Warehouse is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible within the limits of the Internal Revenue Code.