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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Washington, District of Columbia
2015-06-24
 
Over the past 4 years, our elected officials and DC Public Schools have promised to renovate our school building and every year those promises have been broken.
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Kansas City, Missouri
2009-11-25
 
Habitat for Humanity Kansas City, a 501(c)3 non-profit homebuilder and rehabber serving low income working families in western Jackson County, Missouri which includes most of South Kansas City.
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Chicago, Illinois
2013-08-05
 
Everybody Is Somebody Residential Community will be a self-sustaining integrated community for adults with mild to moderate developmental and intellectual disabilities. We believe that it's time to change the model.
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Sunnyvale, California
2010-12-15
 
We have an 11 acre sustainable farm right in the heart of Silicon Valley. We teach kids (and adults) about growing their own food, how that happens and why it matters.
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Washington, District of Columbia
2015-10-02
 
The Women's Collective (TWC) has been located at 1436 U Street, NW in the heart of the historic U Street corridor for eight years in the MA Winter Buidling, known for its wonderful design. Unfortunately, we have outgorwn our space.
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St. Louis, Missouri
2012-02-07
 
The Luminary has announced plans to purchase a 22,500 square foot former variety store on Cherokee Street that will become a unique incubator for the arts in the city.
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Portland, Oregon
2012-11-13
 
We are in the process of securing a new home for our school. Over the next 6 months we will engage in a project to seismically retrofit and renovate our building prior to move-in this spring. Timeline Target move-in date is January 10, 2013.
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Oak Forest, Illinois
2016-06-17
 
We are a church seeking to gain Energy Star certification. We have reached a score of 78, but we need assistance verifying that our data is accurate and that we are eligible for certification.
Sustainability/Environmental
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Los Angeles, California
2010-04-28
 
CoachArt's offices were originally designed for 4 people. Even after adding office space to accommodate a new Executive Director, the organization continued to grow.
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