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After-School All-Stars is one of the country’s largest nonprofit organizations working to close the opportunity gap for low-income youth. Our mission is to provide comprehensive programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life. Founded in 2013, our chapter reaches nearly 500 students at 6 sites across the Washington metropolitan area.

2023 ASAS DC Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday (and throughout the giving season), we’re inviting you to help improve the lives of our students. Give today to support our All-Stars!


Choose one student, choose hope.

2022-23 ASASDC 21CCLC Summary

Grant Impact Highlighted in Evaluation Report

We’re pleased to share our executive summary and key findings for the final year of ASAS DC’s three-year 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant. These findings are provided as part of an external evaluation from the Office of the State Superintendent of Education.

Read Our January Newsletter

In our latest newsletter, we welcome a new school to the chapter, recap our successful completion of “flood ready” workshops, and celebrate four students who were recognized for their exceptional submissions to the MLK Inspiration Contest hosted by MENTOR MD | DC!

Read the full newsletter

Thank You!

We want to express our sincere appreciation for everyone who supported our students throughout the giving season. Thanks to the generosity of people  and partners like you, we raised $27,000!

If you wish to help improve the lives of local students, please consider donating today.

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2023 ASAS DC Giving Tuesday
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Daniela Grigioni, Executive Director

Aaron Gonzales, Board Chair

After-School All-Stars Washington, DC 
1730 Rhode Island Ave  |  NW #600

Washington, DC  20036

Phone: (202) 289-3904 

6 Sites

494 Students

90%  of Students Qualify for the Federal Free or Reduced-Lunch Program

16% of Students are Enrolled in Special Education Programming

Ethnicity:

86% Black / African American

2% Hispanic / Latino/a/e

1% Asian / Asian American

1% White

10% Other

Revenue:

59% Government
29% Foundation
8% Event

3% Individual Donations

1% Corporate

Expenses:

83% Program

9% Administration

8% Fundraising

HEALTHY COOKING CLASS

LEADERSHIP HIGHLIGHT

Daniela started at ASAS DC chapter seven years ago. She is passionate about leveling the playing field for children who are not afforded the same opportunities as others. She has more than 20 years of experience within the District of Columbia Public School system, previously managing partnerships between public schools and nonprofit organizations offering afterschool and summer programming.

Daniela has served as a national Afterschool Ambassador to advocate for afterschool for all students, participates in the DC Out of School Time coalition to ensure DC students have equitable access to afterschool programming, and received the Mayor’s Commission’s Award for National Service in recognition of her work on behalf of DC students.

Daniela came to the US with her family from Italy. She often goes back to enjoy her beautiful country and can tell you exactly where to go to have a great meal in Rome!

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