Alums and Friends of GW
Rating: 4.5 stars 2 2 reviews
655 So Monaco Prkwy Library PO Box 460595 Denver CO 80246 USA
To support George Washington High School in Denver, Colorado and its students through grants for classroom equipment and materials, library collection, faculty development, and building improvements. We plan to make grants to help GW continue successful academic, creative programs if school budget shortfalls threaten the discontinuance of any such program. We will provide encouragement of new projects and programs developed by or recommended by students, teachers, and administrators, and will work towards building a mentoring program in co-operation with other charitable organizations.
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14 people found this review helpful
Dedicated group of people who are sincerely interested in improving every level of the school's environmnent for both the students and teachers.
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Improvements have been made in both the physical and learning environment for the school.
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The genuine dedication of the people involved. Most of the members attended George Washington or have children who have matriculate there and we are trying to give something back to our school
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We have had wonderful cooperation at every level from the teachers, administration and students.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Make a magnificent difference at George Washington H.S.!
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We are growing our organization and look forward to the inclusion of many past alumni in our fund raising.
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