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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Aurora, Illinois
2009-01-05
2010-01-13
Council # 736 of the Knights of Columbus will supply the money to build a Basketball Gym for the elementary school at St Therese Church School in Aurora Illinois. We will be using a pre engineered metal building to be placed between two brick buildings.
Completed
Lindenhurst, New York
2015-07-08
2015-07-09
A resident of Lindenhurst, NY needs professional architecture services for the foundation and detached garage for their newly constructed two story home. The house was ruined by the storm, leveled and rebuilt to be elevated on pilings.
Completed
Detroit, Michigan
2011-02-25
2012-09-02
Habitat for Humanity Detroit utilizes the sale of lightly used and new construction materials to support our mission of building simple decent and affordable housing through our Restore.
Completed
San Francisco, California
2015-10-02
2015-07-09
YLI's San Francisco office is bursting at the seams. Young people who are interns and program assistants must carefully coordinate their schedules in order to share desks, computers and a conference room.
Completed
New York, New York
2013-04-15
2013-02-08
About our organization:
Completed
San Francisco, California
2014-05-09
2015-07-09
The Lab has been in this location for 18 years. We recently found out we are zoned as office space, even though the space we are in has been an assembly hall since 1930.
Completed
Los Angeles, California
2015-07-31
The National Immigration Law Center, Los Angeles (NILC LA) is relocating to a larger office space within the Equitable Plaza building which we currently reside. After approx. 17 years, we have outgrown our current space.
Completed
Houston, Texas
2015-05-22
2015-07-09
We are looking to launch a boarding high school for boys in one of Houston's most under served communities. The school will double as a community transformation organization to organize the people and businesses in the area to revitalize the area.
Completed
San Francisco, California
2014-08-21
2014-08-14
The Museum of Performance + Design is a living record of San Francisco 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.
Completed

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