Chevron helps make a difference in communities like yours by helping fund materials and supplies for local public schools through DonorsChoose.org.


Teachers—Post Your Projects

Chevron is working with DonorsChoose.org again this year to help K-12 teachers in public schools get the supplies they need for eligible public school classroom projects.


What do your students need? Microscopes, art supplies, books… The time period for submissions on DonorsChoose.org is September 1, 2017, to November 3, 2017. Don’t wait—because the earlier you post your project during the submission period, the better your chance will be to receive funding.

Fuel Your School is a great chance to get supplies you need through the community with help from Chevron. See Fuel Your School Official Rules for all the details.

Fill Up and Make a Difference!

From October 1 through October 31, 2017 in Alameda & Contra Costa Counties, CA (See Rules »), Chevron will donate $1 when you fill-up with 8 or more gallons,
up to $1 Million, to help fund materials and supplies for local public schools through DonorsChoose.org.

Supporting education in your community was never so easy!
Go to participating Chevron or Texaco stations.
Fill up with 8 gallons of gas or more.
Tell your friends!


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Since its inception in 2010, Fuel Your School has helped fund thousands of classroom projects across the U.S. See for yourself how Fuel Your School makes a difference!

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Helping Fuel a Better Future

Chevron believes that effective education including Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.) will foster bright young talent for the future workforce and healthy economic growth for the country.

The Fuel Your School program is part of Chevron’s overall support for education, which has totaled over $340 million worldwide since 2013, helping to provide teachers with the tools to prepare students for the jobs of the future. The 2017 Fuel Your School program also receives support from local Chevron and Texaco marketers in seven of the communities.