Applying for traditional grants can require extensive searching and hours of drafting. These grants are competitive and are often not fulfilled for many months, which can make planning difficult. Through GrantEd, a teacher can apply for a grant in the time it takes for her students to come back from recess.

GrantEd provides public and charter school teachers in Washington, DC, with a single go-to resource to fund nearly any classroom expense— and it's one they can tap into repeatedly.

With its significant reach and efficiency, GrantEd is the smart answer for individuals and businesses interested in broadly benefiting DC public schools. The GrantEd model leverages technology over manpower, such that we can keep our overhead low, committing donations to teacher grants. 

With a single gift, donors can affect the experiences of teachers, students, and entire schools.

GrantEd is the only organization focusing on the needs of individual teachers in order to achieve equity in education funding in Washington, DC. But this by no means leaves the students behind. Every dollar that a teacher receives for her classroom or professional development is a dollar that a class of kids will reap the benefits of. 



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GrantEd now in 18 schools! Ketcham ES, King ES, McKinley TECH, McKinley MS, Burroughs ES, JO Wilson ES, Roosevelt STAY, Kelly Miller MS, School Without Walls (SWW) HS, SWW at Francis Stevens, Sousa MS, Ballou HS, Boone ES, Simon ES, MacFarland MS, Aiton ES, and Columbia Heights Education Campus.


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Taste of H 2018 was a success! Look for news of our next Taste of H on November 2, 2019.
New grant type announced: GrantEd Past Grant allows teachers to request reimbursement for funds spent out of pocket within the last month.