Explore Projects

Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Cambridge, Massachusetts
2009-02-03
2010-11-14
The Forgotten Dreams Foundation grants the dreams of adults with life-threatening (and terminal) medical conditions to give them a reason to look forward to look forward to the sun rising on another day. Kathy is the second dream recipient for the new and growing nonprofit.
Completed
Camden, New Jersey
2009-10-12
2014-10-21
AAA Academy for Children, Inc. is dedicated to Academics, Achievement, and Advancement for children. We are a premier provider of services for at-risk families in New Jersey and seeks to make this experience even more valuable for its clients, children.
Completed
Seattle, Washington
2014-08-12
2015-07-09
We are a K-12 youth development and mentoring nonprofit in Seattle's Central District and will expand to serve additional youth over the next ten years. We have outgrown our current space and are moving to a location with double the square footage.
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
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
San Francisco, California
2015-03-12
2015-03-12
Historically, the central stretch of San Francisco’s main artery Market Street was home to a thriving theater arts district. Most of the old time theaters have since closed, but a handful like The Orpheum and The Warfield are a vibrant reminder of Mid-Market’s former glory.
Urban Planning
Completed
Seattle, Washington
2015-10-02
2015-07-09
We are moving from an office of 3400 RSF to approx. 4300 RSF. Both offices (old and new) are in Pioneer Square. The new office will be an open plan with just a few private spaces for phone calls & conferences. Our staff highly value bringing in as much light as possible from the windows.
Completed
Long Island City, New York
2012-02-15
2015-07-09
The Problem in a Nutshell:
Completed
San Francisco, California
2012-07-11
2013-06-13
WHO WE ARE
Completed

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