Three Ways to Support SPARK

Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger will donate a portion of your grocery bill directly to us! Go to www.kroger.com and sign in as a Customer then choose SPARK as the group you support every time you use your Kroger Plus Card. Our Organization Number is 40309. *This does not affect your fuel points!

Amazon Smile

Use Amazon Smile browser while you are shopping on Amazon and SPARK will get a donation! Select SPARK Homeschool Co-op as your group to support and we will get a donation of the sale at no extra cost to you.

Box Tops for Education

SPARK will receive 10 cents for every Box Top we turn in. Help us fill our collection box by dropping off to us!

Wish List for Items

Contact Us if you have any of the following items to donate:

watercolor paints
paint brushes
pencils
colored pencils
washable markers
cardstock-multi colors
large art paper (thick for painting on)
colored tape/designed duct tape
all colors acrylic paint
pipe cleaners
spools of colored lightweight wire
sidewalk chalk
dress-up clothes (used are welcome!)
legos/duplos (used are welcome!)
beanie babies (used are welcome!)
printer
sewing machine

We do not need:
sharpies, scissors, crayons, rulers or glue!

Make a Donation

Your generous contribution is an investment in the future of our children and their community. Donations help us provide financial assistance to families in need. Together, we can create a rich, collaborative, and engaging learning environment that is accessible to all who wish to participate.

To help us avoid fees, please feel free to send check, money order or cashiers check made payable to address below and we will send you a receipt for tax purposes.

2692 Madison Rd. 
Suite N1 #306
Cincinnati, OH 45208

If you wish to donate via credit card, debit card or PayPal, please use the button below.

We are a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. No goods or services were provided for this gift. Please consult your tax advisor regarding specific questions about your deductions.

What if the point were not to know as much as possible but to feel as much as possible?
— Ben Hewitt