ASAS DC Executive Director, Daniela Grigioni, was recently invited to join the NBC4 Washington “News4 Your Sunday” program, to highlight local charities operating in the education space as the Washington DC metro area prepares for back-to-school time. Check out the … Read more
This blog was featured on the Catalogue for Philanthropy’s website, and it details the chapter’s work at the end of the 17-18 school year to respond to violence in the Ward 8 community that feeds into 4 of our current … Read more
“Girly girls” can be into video games, too.
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Genesis and Nyela want me to know that they’re not the type of girls you’d expect to be
Afterschool Ambassador Program: Legacy of Leadership
The District’s Grigioni Selected as One of Just 15 ‘Afterschool Ambassadors’ in United States This Year
Daniela Grigioni Will Work in Washington D.C., Nationally to Increase Students’ … Read more
On Monday, May 23, and Tuesday, May 24, the 15th annual Afterschool for All Challenge brought more than 150 afterschool advocates from across the country to Washington, D.C. for two days of learning, advocating, and celebrating out-of-school time programs. Thanks
By Amy Gold
Aaron Dworkin of ASAS talks about the out-of-school education his organization offers low-income, urban middle school students across the country.
The national youth advisory board of the After-School All-Stars, which provides programming to low-income middle school students, … Read more
The After-Schools All-Stars program serves under-represented students across the nation including those right here in DC. The program’s Executive Director, Daniela Grigioni, along with Corporate Sponsor Brendan Whitsitt and Student Joshua Graves brought one of the kids’ projects to showcase. … Read more