The Leon Levine Foundation, which has committed $10 million toward the $55 million Project LIFT effort to help schools on Charlotte's west side, is putting even more money into those struggling classrooms. The foundation is joining forces with DonorsChoose.org, a website that helps teachers find donors for class projects, to offer $100,000 in matching grants for projects benefitting 11,000 students in more than 400 high-poverty classrooms in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. For each project, the foundation will cover half the cost, and others are asked to supply the rest. To donate, go to the Donorschoose.org site, then click on "View Projects." Look for "Match Offers" on the right side of the screen. Then click on "Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools."