CESHABI Funding Opportunities
The CESHABI received a five-year federal grant
of $1.5 million to launch our Master’s Degree and
EdS program through GSEHD’s Department of Teacher
Preparation and Special Education. Most of this funding
supports student scholarships and activities. New grants
for special projects and new academic programs are also
planned through collaboration of the CEHSABI and the DTPSE
or other Departments.
also received start-up funding from the Jason Foundation
in Radford, Virginia followed by our charter from The George
Washington University in 2000.
years later, we have a clear vision and strategic plan to
develop and implement initiatives that will play a critical
role in helping people with brain injuries, of any age,
have more productive and fulfilling lives.
As we look toward the future, additional funding
is needed to build the Center’s foundation, to respond
to a variety of needs through the year, and to have the
freedom to launch compelling initiatives as opportunities
arise. To help the Center thrive even more in the future,
we seek funding for:
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are many ways to contribute to the strength of the CESHABI.
You may make an outright gift, a pledge over a period of
several years, or a gift via the transfer of appreciable
securities. You can also support the CESHABI via planned
giving vehicles that may offer special tax advantages.
information about making a gift, please call Sarah Baker
Morgan, Director of Advancement for the Graduate School
of Education and Human Development at (202) 994-8724 or
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gifts can be mailed to the Office of Advancement, GSEHD,
2134 G Street N.W., Washington D.C. 20052. Checks should
be made payable to The George Washington University and
accompanying documentation should indicate your wish to
support the CESHABI. All gifts to the University, its schools,
and programs are tax deductible to the fullest extent of