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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Los Angeles, California
2012-04-06
 
The Garden School Foundation is seeking to engage a firm to design a perennial, four-seasons outdoor classroom in which students gather, work, discuss and reflect on garden lessons.
Architecture, Landscape Architecture
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Oakland, California
2010-01-25
 
Parent Engagement and building a College-Going Culture are two tenants of Coliseum College Prep Academy, a public secondary school in East Oakland serving a low-income population of students.
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Detroit, Michigan
2013-11-12
 
Builders of Promise serves as a community organization focusing on education/ mentorship, food security, and productive spaces. The community we are currently working in the heart of Detroit just west of midtown, Dexter and Joy Road.
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Washington, District of Columbia
2014-03-27
 
The Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia is D.C.'s oldest and largest general civil legal services program.
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Chicago, Illinois
2016-06-16
 
Earth to Table Ministries is in need of an architect well versed in Green Technology for use in an industrial kitchen. The architect would need to possess an eye for artistic design yet functional use.
Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Planning, Engineering, Sustainability/Environmental
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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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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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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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