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Name
Location
Post Date
Completed
Nonprofit
Project Description
Needs
Status
Berkeley, California
2009-09-30
2009-09-30
Guts remodel, more info to follow Timeline project construction start: May 2010
Completed
San Francisco, California
2013-01-14
2015-07-09
San Francisco Parks Alliance was establish in 1971 to encourage philanthropy and stewardship of parks. We fiscally sponsor over 100 community groups across San Francisco who are doing a variety of open space improvement projects from major playground renovations to gardens to activation events.
Completed
Brooklyn, New York
2015-08-31
minor renovations to our artists studio space
Completed
Evanston, Illinois
2009-12-09
2015-07-09
We are located in Evanston, IL near the lake shore. We recognized that south Evanston, while having the highest population density and greatest diversity, lacked a cultural center. North Evanston has Northwester U., downtown, and dedicated cultural facilities.
Completed
Oakland, California
2014-11-25
2015-07-09
The library seeks a pro bono design professional to help us transform an underutilized area of the library into a multi-purpose space for holding free legal clinics and education programs for low-income individuals.
Completed
San Francisco, California
2011-11-11
2015-07-09
Our mission is to help other organizations succeed.
Completed
El Sobrante, California
2010-05-27
2010-05-27
The El Sobrante development will contain 10 new homes. The buildings will be two-story wood frame construction homes, similar to other HEB developments. Timeline We are currently seeking of donated civil engineering and landscaping design services.
Completed
San Francisco, California
2015-03-31
2015-07-09
Through our Community Opportunity Fund Program, part of the 2012 San Francisco Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks General Obligation Bond, we are requesting your services to redesign and rebuild the Merced Heights Playground and Facility @ 801 Shields @ Byxbee Streets in San Francisco, California.
Completed
Seattle, Washington
2016-08-24
2016-08-24
Seattle Public School District has been saving energy for the past 10+ years. We want our school to be nationally recognized for our efforts by becoming Energy Star Certified. In order to do so, we need help from a Registered Architect or Professional Engineer to verify our application.
Architecture, Engineering, Sustainability/Environmental
Completed

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