Rebuild Math Classrooms
Rebuild Math Classrooms, a grant program established by The Actuarial Foundation, has helped numerous schools to rebuild their math classrooms following a natural disaster. Originally established in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the program was reinstated to help teachers whose math materials were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and most recently in Moore, Oklahoma after the destruction of an F5 tornado.
On behalf of the teachers, schools and students who have benefitted from the many individual and corporate donations to the Rebuild Math Classrooms effort - we thank you. Please visit the individual pages for each Rebuild effort for special thanks from teachers and students.
Click here for coverage and thanks from teachers and students in Long Beach, New York (Rebuild effort for Hurricane Sandy).
Click here for coverage and thanks from teachers and students in Louisiana (Rebuild effort for Hurricane Katrina).