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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Oakland, California
2016-07-21
2016-07-21
Beyond Emancipation (B:E) offers a range of services to support current and former foster youth in their transition to living as independent adults. As of July 2016, B:E is also now implementing the Alameda County Independent Living Program (ILP) for youth ages 14-21.
Architecture, Interior Design
Completed
San Francisco , California
2011-01-05
2011-05-09
The San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club was founded in 1901 and is the oldest public lawn bowling club in the United States. It's early development directly involved John McLaren as both an advocate and charter member. The club facilities were afforded city landmark status #181 in...
Landscape Architecture
Completed
Los Angeles, California
2011-09-23
2012-11-20
Watts Village Theater Company (WVTC) is a multicultural urban company that seeks to inspire its community with an appreciation of all cultures through new works about contemporary social issues.
Completed
Brooklyn, New York
2009-03-23
2009-03-23
chashama acquires temporarily vacant real estate spaces and converts them into visual arts studios, galleries, rehearsal spaces and theatres.
Completed
Rockaway Park, New York
2013-10-18
2014-06-10
A family in Rockaway Park, NY has been told that the existing house needs to be leveled and a new one built. The house, which was already 3' from the ground, filled with 4' to 5' of water and was knocked off of its foundation.
Completed
Seattle, Washington
2009-12-08
2015-07-09
Develop best practices and models for domestic violence shelter, transitional and other housing for survivors of abuse and their children.
Completed
San Francisco, California
2015-06-22
2015-07-09
Root Division was displaced from our Mission District location in June 2014 and relocated to an interim space in Mid-Market. Meanwhile, we signed a 10-year lease for a 13,000 sf stand-alone building at 1131 Mission, and are in the first phase of renovations.
Completed
Park Forest, Illinois
2015-10-02
2015-07-09
The Park Forest Historical Society operates the 1950s Park Forest House Museum in an original rental townhome, furnished as it might have looked in 1948-1950. The archive collection developed by the library over 27 years, is now "homeless", stored in PODS out of town.
Completed
LOS ANGELES, California
2012-09-25
2012-11-08
This project is an attempt to restore a 20 year old building of hope.
Completed

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