• Individuals
  • Corporation, Foundation, and Public Support

$10,000- $24,999

Mike Retzer
Margaret and Roger Starner

$5,000- $9,999

Laurie Black
Donna and Charlie Merkel

$1,000- $4,999

Mr. & Ms. Henry and Karin Barkhorn
Claire and Dudley Barnes
Alicia and Jason Bouldin
Cecilia, Richard, and Rebecca Fabbro
Susan and Bowen Flowers
Ann and Craig Shackelford
Gay Graeber and Jack Stubbs

$100- $999

Lynne and James Brown
Robin Cocke
J.M. Darden III
Abigail P. and Charles S. Glassenberg
Shelby Goss
Louise Loughran


Mississippi Department of Education

$100,000- $999,999

Leflore County School District
The Walton Family Foundation

$50,000- $99,000

Clarksdale Municipal School District
Greenville Public Schools
Jackson Public Schools
Sunflower Co Consolidated School District
Yazoo City Municipal School District

$25,000- $49,999

Entergy Corporation
Hinds County School District
Holly Spring School District
Holmes County School District
Marshall County
North Panola Schools
Quitman County School District
West Bolivar Consolidated School District
West Tallahatchie School District

$10,000- $24,999

Cleveland School District
Coahoma Agricultural High School District
Coahoma County School District
Community Foundation Of Greater Memphis
Dollar General Literacy Foundation
Double Quick, Inc.
The King's Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two
Mississippi River Marathon
Self Family Foundation

$5,000- $9,999

Community Coffee Company
Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc.

$1,000- $4,999

American Eagle Outfitters
E H Anderson Charitable Trust
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Graeber Foundation
Gregory Foundation, Inc.
The Younger Foundation

$100- $999

Lagniappe Foundation

Partner Spotlight

The King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two

The King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two is the oldest organized charity in Greenville, Mississippi. For over 100 years, the organization has supported the diverse communities of the Mississippi Delta. This year, the organization, recognizing the impact of our work, is sponsoring three local teachers in Washington County.  

Entergy-Mississippi, Inc.

An electric utility that serves 45 counties across the state, Entergy aims to improve the quality of life in its service region through strategic investments in education. Over two years, Entergy has provided $70,000 in support of our efforts to train our teachers in the most up-to-date techniques in literacy instruction—one of the most pressing issues in education in Mississippi—as well as to help us provide ongoing coaching to all of our in-region alumni teachers.


Teach For America - Mississippi is so grateful for our supporters. All gifts help our effort to recruit, select, train, and support excellent teachers and leaders for Mississippi students.