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Make a Donation to DCPS

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We welcome your support. Donations from valued community partners support our efforts to provide a high quality education to students in our nation’s capital.

We are most in need of new items that support our instructional efforts. Some examples of the types of items we would appreciate are:

Making a facilities-related donation?

Any donations that necessitates any form of construction/installation or access to utilities/power must follow the DCPS Facilities Donation Process. In order to ensure that the donation meets safety requirements and can be maintained overtime by DC government, DCPS schools and donors are asked to these guidelines. Please contact [email protected], DCPS Environmental Specialist, with questions.

Three Ways to Donate

Donors may either contact a DCPS school directly or work with our central office staff to determine if the donated item(s) meets a need we have at the school or central office level.  

  1. Donate directly to a DCPS School –Whenever possible, we encourage donors to contact DCPS schools directly. This will expedite the process and allow donors to align with the school’s specific needs. A full list of our schools may be found at the DCPS School Profiles website.
  2. Donate via DCPS central office –If you are looking for additional guidance or support in facilitating a donation, we ask that you complete this Donation Form and the School Partnerships Division will be in touch with next steps.
  3. Donate via DonorsChoose.org –You may also support a DCPS classroom projects through Donors Choose, a pre-approved online platform through which DC Public Schools may receive donations. To do so, visit the Donors Choose website and search for “DC Public Schools.” This will be the best way to ensure the projects listed are for District of Columbia Public Schools. (Tip: once you identify the specific school project you wish to support, you can review the DCPS School Profiles website to ensure the school project you selected is a DCPS school.)