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Location
Post Date
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Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Chicago, Illinois
2015-03-26
 
Kells Park is located in the West Humboldt Park community of Chicago's west side. The park is currently the only open space within the community that provides outdoor recreational programming for community residents.
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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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Bangor, Maine
2012-05-08
 
MARTiAL YOU is currently an effort, dubbed Project MARTiAL YOU, to create a community center focusing on providing the best martial arts instruction to the broadest range of individuals possible through reduced membership fees subsidized by fundraising, grant funding and donations.
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Los Angeles, California
2010-03-31
 
Since Spiraling Orchard ArtPark's 1997 beginnings, ACLA and the Spiraling Orchard community have grown from their roots in one leased parcel of land to a half-acre of native plantings, murals, mosaic benches, after-school and summer programs and cultural celebrations for youth and adults.
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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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Martinez, California
2015-10-02
 
The County of Contra Costa owns one of the oldest buildings in ou reigion."The Finance Building" It is the desire of the community for the County to hand over the property to the community and develop it as a future performing arts center.
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Oakland, California
2011-09-12
 
Homefulness, a project of San Francisco-based POOR Magazine, will provide 8-10 units of housing as well as a community cafe and community gardens for homeless and formerly homeless people in East Oakland.
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New York, New York
2011-09-06
 
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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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