TEACHED is a non-profit project that relies on charitable contributions and sponsorships to achieve its mission. Donations to TEACHED are tax-deductible through our fiscal sponsor,
the prestigious International Documentary Association.
Donate with a credit card or paypal: here
To write a check:
- Make the check to the International Documentary Association
- Write TEACHED in the memo line
- Mail it to:
P.O. Box 943
Angwin, CA 94508-943
Thank you! We will make a record of your donation and forward to the IDA.
PLEASE JOIN US IN THANKING OUR SPONSORS:
American Board for the Certification of Teaching Excellence, Black Alliance for Educational Options, Building Hope, Center for Education Reform, Communities for Teaching Excellence, DARE Digitals, Diversity Leadership Institute, Educators4Excellence-L.A., Future is Now Schools, La Saison, Nadalie, Pearl, Ray's the Steaks, Soutirage, Spitbucket and Students Matter.
...and all of our individual donors.
PLEASE MEET OUR ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTORS:
SANJAY SETH- Graphic Designer
Sanjay is donating his time designing our beautiful website graphics, brochures, dvd packaging, t-shirts...the list goes on. He is an experienced, talented designer currently living in France (but this poses no problem to our collaboration). We highly recommend him for all your graphic needs. Contact Sanjay: firstname.lastname@example.org
BERNADETTE DARE- Photographer
Bernadette is an outstanding photographer based in Washington, DC. Fortunately for us, she has done some work for local schools and provided TEACHED with many beautiful portraits of students and their parents (including the girl in our website banner). Check out her gallery at the DARE Digitals site.
ANDY ORIN - Website/Social Media/Film Producer
Andy is a quick-as-lightning, expertly-skilled website designer/developer who is blessing TEACHED with his talents pro bono. He is the founder of Cocopunk Industries and was previously an Associate Web Producer at LINKTV (a site we love).
MICHAEL HARRIS - Musician/Composer
Michael provided the TEACHED Vol. I soundtrack with some beautiful compositions (working with Asparagus Media in Baltimore), including our theme song, "Listen to the Children." He also provided his time to perform during the reception of our recent Washington, DC premiere (and was awesome). He is one of the DC area's finest musicians, and has pulled together numerous talented others to create innovative bands and evolving projects including Bossalingo, which performs jazz with Cuban and Brazilian influences.