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Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
San Francisco, California
2012-03-13
 
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is a civil liberties organization that fights to protect freedom of speech, privacy, innovation and consumer rights in the digital realm. We are a public interest law firm.
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New York, New York
2009-07-14
 
Makom Hadash literally means "new space" and will serve as a shared office and communal space for innovative Jewish non-profits. The space will house between 5 and 10 organizations with about 40-50 people.
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Concord, California
2014-06-26
 
The Rainbow Center recently opened "Everything Under the Rainbow." this is a community thrift store designed to provide support for LGBTQ youth. We are looking for assistance with Interior Design and Brand Integration.
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Lanham, Maryland
2009-09-24
 
Soon after new CEO, Russ Snyder took the helm of Volunteers of America Chesapeake in January 2009, he recognized the dire need for a space assessment at the administrative offices in Lanham, Maryland to determine the most effective way for the existing facility to be used moving forward.
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Silver Spring, Maryland
2012-12-06
 
Project Location: Nkongsamba, Cameroon
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Costa Mesa , California
2010-01-06
 
Our Mission: "To promote civil rights for people with developmental disabilities through services which expand independence and choice." In an effort to make our building accessible for EVERYONE, Mitsubishi has generously donated an elevator.
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Bronx, New York
2013-04-23
 
Faith @ Work Christian Church is a small social justice intentional fellowship. We have been ministering and providing services in the Coop City, Bronx community for nearly 8 years in temporary space. The space for which this proposal speaks was for years a doctor's office of 945 sq. ft.
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Chicago, Illinois
2010-03-17
 
Glessner House Museum engages diverse audiences in exploring urban life and design through the preservation and interpretation of the architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson and the historic home of John and Frances Glessner.
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Brooklyn, New York
2014-05-09
 
The United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth facilities were built more than 40 ago to be a pre k-12, higher education and a Synagogue.
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