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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
San Francisco , California
2012-04-27
 
The San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club submitted a grant application in March of 2011 for the renovation of the historic Lawn Bowling Green #1 in Golden Gate Park.
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New York, New York
2015-04-08
 
The facade of Subud Chelsea Center must be totally upgraded. This project - on a popular Manhattan street - will get huge exposure for the chosen design.
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New York, New York
2010-01-13
 
As ACCE membership continues to grow, the goals and vision of the Queens-bound non-profit is also taking new shape.
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San Francisco, California
2013-11-18
 
The Museum of Performance + Design is a living record of San Fancisco and the Bay Area's performing arts history, from the extravagant attractions of the Gold Rush Era to the sophisticated productions of the War Memorial Opera House.
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San Francisco, California
2011-03-02
 
The SFFM is start-up museum without a home. We are hoping to find a design team to help us strategize for the future.
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New York, New York
2011-08-25
 
World Cares Center was founded 16 years ago by average everyday citizens who came out to help during the 9-11 relief effort. Starting as an all-volunteer organization we were lucky to piece together donated materials to build out our offices.
Landscape Architecture
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New Rockford, North Dakota
2009-04-13
 
Dakota Prairie Regional Center for the Arts has been operating a small theatre in New Rockford for 17 years. During any summer @4000 people attend the productions in the small 130 theatre. A new space is being contemplated to allow a greater variety of productions to be staged.
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sacramento, California
2012-11-26
 
5. Sustainable hub building and parking lot. This site allows for appx. 2,000 sq. ft of refrigerated storage alongside 2,000 sq. feet of dry storage.
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Williamsburg, Virginia
2015-12-29
 
GuideStar USA has a 50+ person office located in Williamsburg, Virginia. The Williamsburg office was occupied in 2005 and typical of many nonprofit offices was designed on a shoe-string budget with donated and repurposed furniture and cubes.
Architecture, Interior Design
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