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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
The mission of In Our Backyards Inc.
This financial amendment will extend the planning grant period for UPROSE, Inc.
This grant amendment provides operational funding to Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District (LPCCD) Inc. as it continues to support residents in Newark, a U.S.
Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation (BSRC) works to improve the quality of life in Brooklyn through programs that preserve and promote the community's rich artistic and cultural identity, fa
This grant will enable UPROSE to develop a Green Resiliency Industrial District (GRID) that will promote climate resilience and community health in land-use planning and implementation in the
This grant provides project support to In Our Backyards (ioby), a national organization that uses a crowd-resourcing platform to support community-led projects, for the continued operation of the o
The Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA) is a national association dedicated to the advancement of development finance concerns and interests.
This grant will renew funding to UPROSE to support the expansion and implementation of core activities of the Sunset Park Climate Justice Center.
This grant will enable Architecture 2030 to lead a collaboration that will help cities develop equitable pathways to eliminate carbon emissions resulting from buildings while also enhancing their p
The center uses community-engaged design and art to contribute to the fields of urban planning, design, policy and community organizing.
The nonprofit works to connect neighborhoods with various forms of resources – including cash, social networks, in-kind donations, volunteer time and advocacy – for a cause or project. This gr
The community-based organization works to engage and empower individuals, families, and groups in the working-class Ironbound neighborhood adjacent to Newark’s waterfront to realize their aspiratio
This grant will support the Sunset Park Climate Justice Center in its efforts to expand grassroots-led climate adaptation, mitigation, and community-resiliency projects in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
The community-based organization provides child care, youth programming, family support, and senior services to the multiethnic, working-class Ironbound neighborhood adjacent to Newark’s waterfront
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