Free Colgate Toothbrush Kits Available For Teachers To Provide Their Students

As an educator, obtaining necessary supplies and materials for your students can be a challenging task. Fortunately, there are various companies available to offer assistance, provided you know where to seek help.

In 2024, Colgate is offering a significant deal through their Bright Smiles, Bright Futures program. They are offering free dental health kits for entire classrooms through a sign-up page that teachers can access.

The kits provided are intended for students aged 6 and below and are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Each kit contains toothbrushes and toothpaste, as well as classroom resources such as a brushing chart, posters, and other materials related to oral hygiene. Each kit is equipped with enough dental hygiene supplies to cater to 24 students.

In order to obtain this complimentary item, simply complete a brief form which includes details about your educational institution such as the languages spoken and technology resources available. Additionally, a valid school address must be provided to qualify.

As you prepare for the upcoming semester, it’s worth noting that Colgate is not the sole provider of complimentary or reduced-price items for teachers. Below is a compilation of various methods for eligible educators to make the most of their funds in 2024.

The Crayon Project, a nonprofit organization, provides kits filled with crayons and “multicultural art supplies” to local schools and nonprofits for free, catering to the needs of younger students in every classroom. To avail this offer, teachers can simply fill out a form and provide a valid address in the United States.

To keep their lesson plans organized, teachers can make use of software tools such as Word, Excel, and other Microsoft 365 applications. By signing up, they can receive a free copy of the software suite through Microsoft’s offer.

For active educators, a good pair of shoes is just as essential as No. 2 pencils. Reebok has a program in place where teachers, along with essential workers, government employees, and military members, can register to receive a 50% discount on sneakers and other goods.