What does the promotion involve?
Chevron Canada Limited will donate $1 for each 30 litres or more fuel purchase at Chevron retail stations in the Cities of Surrey and White Rock in British Columbia to the My Class Needs Foundation. My Class Needs will use Chevron’s donations to fund eligible classroom projects in the Cities of Surrey and White Rock, B.C. Up to $200,000 is available for funding of the eligible projects. All classroom project requests must be approved by My Class Needs to be eligible for funding.
Where can I fill up?
You can find participating Chevron retail stations in Surrey and White Rock by accessing the station finder at www.chevronwithtechron.ca and entering 'Surrey' or 'White Rock' into the search field.
When can I fill up?
The Promotion Period will begin at 12:00:01 a.m. PDT on October 1, 2013 and is scheduled to end at 11:59:59 p.m. PDT on October 31, 2013 (the "Promotion Period"). Chevron may end the Promotion Period earlier if the $200,000 available for funding is achieved prior to October 31.
Who can participate?
Consumers: Consumers participate by visiting participating Chevron retail stations and filling up with a fuel purchase of 30 litres or more. Consumers may also independently fund classroom projects on the MyClassNeeds.ca website by making a separate, individual donation, however there is no obligation or requirement to do so.
Educators: Educators participate by submitting classroom project requests between October 1, 2013 and November 30, 2013 on MyClassNeeds.ca. Schools must be K-12 schools located in the Cities of Surrey and White Rock, B.C. and must receive the majority of their operating funding from public sources to be eligible to participate and classroom project requests must be submitted by individual educators.
Project requests are eligible for Chevron funding only if material costs associated with the project are $1,000 or less per project (before fees/taxes). Projects must meet My Class Needs eligibility requirements, which can be https://MyClassNeeds.ca/en/initiative/fuel-your-school/eligibility/ and preference will be given to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) projects. Field trips are not eligible for funding through this Promotion.
Do purchases other than fuel (in Town Pantry stores etc.) count toward funding the projects?
No, only fuel purchases at Chevron retail stations in the Cities of Surrey and White Rock of 30 litres or more at one time count toward funding the approved projects.
How are projects posted and made available for funding?
My Class Needs will review each classroom project request submitted to confirm that the project and submitter meets the eligibility requirements. Once My Class Needs approves the classroom project request, My Class Needs will post the project on its website and the project will be available for funding.
How are projects funded?
The Project Funding Period begins on October 1, 2013 and ends on November 30, 2013 or once all funds have been distributed. Eligible project requests will be funded on a rotating basis by eligible school by the order in which they are received and posted on MyClassNeeds.ca (with STEM projects funded prior to funding of non-STEM projects). Once projects are funded, the materials/supplies for the funded project will be fulfilled and distributed by My Class Needs.
The full funding process is as follows:
Requests for projects that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) will be funded on a rotating basis by the order in which they are received and posted on MyClassNeeds.ca per eligible school. The order of the eligible school rotation is determined by the earliest date the request for the eligible project is posted within an eligible school. Once funding has been completed for an eligible project at an eligible school, funding will move to the next earliest eligible project request posted for a different eligible school. An eligible school will only be eligible to have another eligible project funded once all other eligible schools that have submitted an eligible project have had a project funded. If at any point there are no STEM projects available for funding, non-STEM projects submitted by Eligible Schools will be funded, however, once one or more STEM project(s) is submitted for funding STEM projects shall again be prioritized above non-STEM projects in accordance with the process set out above. Chevron customers may also contribute to funding eligible project requests and/or other posted projects directly through MyClassNeeds.ca. Projects submitted by Eligible Schools that cost in excess of $1,000 shall not be eligible for funding under the Program.
Discontinuance of Promotion
Chevron reserves the right to discontinue the promotion at any time.
Who can I contact with any questions or comments?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.