You make a difference in children's lives.
Let us make a difference in yours.
Reach parents with the nation's leading digital flyer
channel, trusted by over 10 million parents.
Schools use Peachjar to connect parents with
programs like SAT Prep Class & Girl Scouts.
With Peachjar, your important program and event
information is sent directly to parents.
Peachjar provides timely information about events,
programs, and resources near you.
Parents Trust Peachjar
Why? Because their school contracted with Peachjar to deliver timely information about important school-approved programs like soccer, Girl Scouts & college savings plans!
Programs like those mentioned help instill critical values like teamwork, confidence, & motivation, & can help improve performance in school.Learn More
14,000+Schools On Board
10 millionParents Receive Emails
337,000+Trees Saved since 2013
Did You Know?
Kids Are Awake 5,000 Hours Every Year.
They Are In School 1,000 Hours.
Parents Must Figure Out The
Remaining 4,000 Hours.
Peachjar provides K-12 parents with easy access
to amazing programs for their children!
These types of programs can lead to improved
behavior, attendance, and grades.
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Peachjar helps me stay more connected with my schools and parents. Our community has been very enthusiastic about this initiative. We love Peachjar!
Palmdale School District
Since we’ve started using Peachjar two years ago our reach to schools has expanded exponentially and at a lesser cost to us as a business. I am a BIG fan of this service. We’ve seen the benefits and believe this is the future of marketing to schools.
Chase FishbackGeneral Manager, Austin Sports Center
I have Peachjar to thank for getting my son involved in Cub Scouts. By receiving this type of information from my school digitally, I won't miss out on opportunities for my child.
Poway Unified School District
We have made it our mission to find ways to increase teacher time. We now know that flyers get to our parents electronically without taking any class instruction time away from teachers.
Dan VoelpelPublic Information Director, Tacoma Public Schools