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Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Sacramento, California
2012-12-13
 
4. As many as 200 10' x 10' permanent covered booths will reside at the market. We know that by supplying a cover from sun and rain as well as tables, a signage program so that the vendor doesn't have to bring the over sized sign with them, lighting and an assigned Sat.
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San Francisco, California
2010-06-08
 
KIPP Bayview Academy is looking for assistance in evaluating the ADA compliance of their leased facility. http://www.kippbayarea.org/schools/bayview Timeline ASAP
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San Francisco, California
2014-11-25
 
MEDA is engaged in comprehensive solutions to ease the housing crisis in the Mission District, including preserving small apartment buildings and commercial mixed use buildings with long term businesses.
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San Francisco, California
2009-01-22
 
CVE, inc is a non profit that is growing quickly. We have approximately 12,000 SF but the space is not being used efficiently and we are having issues when hiring new staff or working with volunteers and interns. The building is a large open warehouse space with great potential.
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Los Angeles, California
2011-08-30
 
The Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC), member of the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice purchased the current location at 1145 Wilshire Boulevard in October 1999. The agency underwent a successful four year capital campaign to purchase the building.
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New Orleans, Louisiana
2017-03-23
 
Global Green's Climate Action Center, located in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans, will be the first of its kind to bring climate change education and models of resiliency to the community level.
Interior Design, Landscape Architecture
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Evanston, Illinois
2009-04-20
 
The Evanston (Illinois) Arts Depot is a cultural hub, located in a mass transit station, now positioned to play a substantial catalytic role in a city-wide sustainability effort.
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Seattle, Washington
2013-04-25
 
Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Spruce Street Inn provides a safe place for at-risk youth who are in crisis to stabilize for up to 15 days while they work with a counselor to find suitable living arrangements.
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Ewing, New Jersey
2010-11-05
 
As an organization committed to advancing the profession of nursing and the community it serves we are committed to providing education to nursing and the general community.
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