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Donors and Grantors

Grantors

The Thurgood Marshall Academy community is grateful for the generous support of the following donors who have contributed $500 or more during fiscal year 2016 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016):

  • 21st Century Community Learning Centers
  • The Acacia Foundation
  • Jeanne S. Archibald
  •  Blank Rome LLP
  • Patricia Brannan
  • David Briggs
  • William Bruno and Tamara Kraljic
  •  Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation
  •  Building Hope
  • Mary Ellen Callahan
  •  Carr Properties
  •  City First Bank of DC
  •  Community Foundation for the Nat’l Capital Region
  •  Crowell & Moring LLP
  •  Crowell & Moring Foundation
  •  DC Children & Youth Investment Corp.
  •  Destination DC
  • Agnes Dover
  • Kevin Downey and Michele Jolin
  • Calvine and Doug Dunnan
  •  The Ralph and Frances Dweck Family Foundation
  • Jessica L. Ellsworth
  • Jerome and Jayme Epstein
  • Sara Feder
  •  Flamboyan Foundation
  • Robert Fletcher
  •  Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Tracy Foster
  • Patricia Freeman
  • Rick and Carol Froehlich
  • Michael and Marilyn Glosserman
  • Warren Gorrell
  • Dan Gordon
  •  Graham Holdings Company
  • Elizabeth Hale
  • Ridgeway and Jill Hall
  • Stuart and Beverly Halpert
  • Herbert C. Harris
  • Mark and Stephanie Harrison
  • Tony Haywood
  • Jocelyn Henderson and Bernard Marchive
  •  Hogan Lovells LLP
  • Allison Holt
  •  Nina Jackson
  •  Jenner & Block, LLP
  • Katherine Johnson
  • Robert M. Johnston
  • Drs. Frank and Sara Kern
  • Andrew Keyes
  • King & Spalding LLP
  •  Latham & Watkins LLP
  • Roger and Eleanor Roberts Lewis
  • Peri Mahaley
  • Olivier Massot
  • Michael and Hannah Mazer
  • John McCabe
  •  M&T Charitable Bank
  • The Meltzer Group
  • Thomas Merrill
  •  Miller & Chevalier Charitable Foundation
  • Stephen Milliken
  •  Morgan Lewis & Brockius LLP
  •  National Home Library Foundation
  •  Navigant Consulting: Lending a Hand
  • Jonathan T. Opert
  •  OSSE – DC PAY (Physical Activity for Youth) Grant
  •  OSSE – Physical Education & HIV/STD Prevention Grants
  • Alexandra Pardo, Ed.D.
  • Thomas Perrelli
  • Richard Pohlman
  •  PMM Companies
  •  RAFFA
  •  Peter A. Rohrbach Charitable Fund
  • Andrew and Jenny Rosenberg
  • Justin Rydstrom
  • Lorin and Nancy Rydstrom
  • Barbara Schelhorn
  •  Scholarships for Results and Opportunity (SOAR) Act Grant
  • The Schlossman Families
  • Ruth Selig and Mark Matthews
  •  Paul Seligman/AMGEN Foundation
  • Kannon and Dr. Victoria Shanmugam
  •  Jessica Sher
  •  Sher Girls Philanthropic Fund
  • James Showen
  • Jonathan T. Stoel
  •  SunTrust Bank
  • The Tensquare Group
  •  The Meltzer Group
  •  The Motley Fool
  • Richard & Beverly Van Duyne
  •  Meaghan
  •  Vinson & Elkins LLP
  • Elizabeth and John Waters
  •  Williams & Connolly LLP

Grantor Spotlights

Community Foundation of the National Capital Region Children and Family Legacy Fund

The Community Foundation of the National Capital Region’s (CFNCR) Children and Family Legacy Fund – formerly known as the Freddie Mac Foundation – has been a valuable supporter of Thurgood Marshall Academy’s out-of-school time programs, as well as its College Access and Alumni Programs. As a long-time partner, the CFNCR has allowed Thurgood Marshall Academy’s Programs Department to offer innovative student-led clubs and a variety of athletics. Their support has also allowed Thurgood Marshall Academy to develop a vibrant Alumni Support Initiative, one of the few such programs at public or public charter high schools, to flourish and promote high college retention and graduation rates among our alumni.

DC Public Library – Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA)

With the support of the DC Public Library and funding through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), Thurgood Marshall Academy will launch a library internship program in Fall 2014 – the first such program for public or public charter high schools in DC. The program, which is intended to bolster minority student interest and participation in the in-demand field of library sciences, will offer students a background in the inner-workings of a library, and connect them to library sciences professionals working in a variety of different settings – including a law firm, museum, and local elementary school.