Make a Difference

Support the movement to SEE, UNDERSTAND, TEACH, and CHALLENGE gifted and talented children from all backgrounds!

Gifted Minds - Twitter.pngFunding from individuals, corporations, and foundations helps NAGC reach its mission to support those who enhance the growth and development of gifted and talented chidlren through education, advocacy, community building, and research. 

The 2020 Donors are committed to ensuring giftedness and high potential are fully recognized, universally valued, and actively nurtured to support children from all backgrounds in reaching for their personal best and contributing to their communities. You, too, can join the movement

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Annual Fund
From research on gifted education best practices and standards to parent resources, unrestricted donations support activities central to NAGC's mission.

Javits-Frasier Teacher Training Scholarship Fund
This fund provides professional development training for Title I teachers and counselors that serve gifted and talented students from diverse backgrounds.

Dr. Martin D. Jenkins Scholar Award 
This award recognizes high-achieving gifted Black students and provides scholarships. The Special Populations Network sponsored award is open to Black students in public school grades 6-12.

Parent Membership Fund 
This fund provides families with limited financial resources the opportunity to join NAGC as a parent member.

Carolyn Callahan Fund 
This fund will support graduate research.

*Should you wish to make your donation by check, please mail to

National Association for Gifted Children
ATT: Annual Fund

1300 I St., NW, Suite 400E
Washington, DC  20005

Gifted Legacy Society for Planned Giving
Designate NAGC as a beneficiary in your will or estate plan.

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Honor a Teacher or Mentor

"My son had an AMAZING year

. . . I have no doubt that his successes came from the joint efforts of his gifted specialist and his Math/Science teacher who provided him endless support, love and encouragement.”—Erin Gribben, parent

Donate in honor of a teacher who made a difference for your child.