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SONIC Donates to Marshall County Teachers

Pictured from left: Jenna Battista, Ashley Fecat and Jonna Kuskey.
Pictured from left: Jenna Battista, Ashley Fecat and Jonna Kuskey.

SONIC® Drive-In is dedicated to getting teachers and students the classroom supplies they need for the new school year. In August, the SONIC Foundation donated $1 million to help fund requests on DonorsChoose, a national nonprofit that allows individuals to donate directly to public school classroom requests submitted by teachers.

The $1 million donation is part of the SONIC Drive-In brand’s ongoing Limeades for Learning initiative.

The following exceptional teachers received support through the funding: Jenna Battista, a second-grade teacher at Cameron Elementary School, received a donation of $259.00 for the project “Miss Battista’s Literacy Centers Revamped” for Grades PreK-2. Jonna Kuskey, a Language Arts teacher at John Marshall High School, received a donation of $50.00 for the project “Pieces of the Puzzle” for Grades 9-12. Ashley Fecat, a second-grade teacher at Washington Lands Elementary School, received a donation of $204.00 for the project “Mastering Phonics” for Grades PreK-2.

“SONIC’s dedication to supporting education through our Limeades for Learning program is a core pillar of our business and the transition into a new school year is a crucial window in setting students and teachers up for success,” said Kim Lewis, Vice President of Brand Experience for SONIC. “We’re grateful to all the SONIC guests who joined us this month in our commitment to brighten the lives of educators, students and families across our SONIC communities by donating to a classroom request on DonorsChoose, or simply by enjoying their favorite SONIC drink.”

Through the SONIC Limeades for Learning initiative, the brand donates a portion of proceeds from every drink, slush and shake purchase to the SONIC Foundation, which is used to support local public education.* Since 2009, SONIC has donated more than $26 million to funding local classrooms, becoming one of the largest programs in the U.S. to support public education.

Visit and donate to one or more of the thousands of public-school teacher requests seeking support to provide students with educational resources.