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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Minneapolis, Minnesota
2015-02-23
 
This is a not a large project. It is not a high profile project. But with the right partner- this can be an incredibly high impact project.
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New York, New York
2015-06-03
 
Mobile food vendors face a maze of legal, logistical and food supply chain challenges, which has impacted the availability and quality of mobile food vending on the streets of NY.
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Santa Clara, California
2015-10-06
 
We currently have an open office plan in 3000 sf space. Our goal is to re-design space using as much of our existing panel system as possible and to build two hard wall offices.
Architecture, Interior Design
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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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Brooklyn, New York
2017-09-16
 
Our project has two purposes.
Interior Design
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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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Wilmington, Delaware
2015-10-02
 
The Delaware Kenya Association (DEKA) is a growing non-profit organization for Kenyan immigrants and friends of Kenya which was launched in 2001 to champion the issues of Kenyans both in the United States and in Kenya. The organization's headquarters are in Newark, Delaware, U.S.A.
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BRIDGEPORT, Connecticut
2012-01-20
 
This project is being undertaken on behalf of the growing and vibrant Caribbean community of Fairfield County, Connecticut; and will accrue benefits to the City of Bridgeport, its citizens, and the surrounding communities. This Center will serve the following functions:
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Denver, Colorado
2008-10-03
 
The Dandelion Project is a horticultural therapy program for children and youth in foster care due to abuse and neglect. We are developing a formerly abandoned carriage lot as a children's therapeutic garden. We need help creating outdoor structures for conversation, storage and shade.
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