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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant amendement will allow for the retention of Policy Link's Arts, Culture, and Equitable Development team and the continuation of an artist-in-residence project with New Orleans spoken
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.
This project support grant is for the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ second Vibrant Neighborhoods Forum in New Orleans, Louisiana.
This project grant supports the evolution of PolicyLink's Arts, Culture and Equitable Development initiative, launched five years ago, to integrate arts and culture into PolicyLink’s programs.
Designing Justice + Designing Spaces is an architecture and real estate development nonprofit working to end mass incarceration by building infrastructure that addresses its root cau
CEL Education Fund (also known as CultureStrike) supports artist fellowships, convenings and project incubation, as well as arts integration training for organizations focused on climate, immigrati
East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) is a nonprofit community development organization celebrating 40 years of building healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and the g
This grant amendement will support PolicyLink in the second phase of the Social Cohesion, Arts and Culture and Health Equity project.
This grant supports the DC Office of Planning’s Convergence 2.0 initiative which aims to use Creative Placemaking to examine and refine intergovernmental policies, programs, and practices rela
This project grant will support Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) efforts to increase its members’ understanding of how to implement Creative Placemaking in community revitalization and development
This project grant supports Smart Growth America’s (SGA’s) efforts to scale existing Creative Placemaking investments within the transportation, community development and arts and culture sectors.&
This grant supports the expansion of the Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators (YCI) in Detroit, Memphis and New Orleans.
This grant will support the advancement of Creative Placemaking within the NeighborWorks organization, its network and broader arts and community development fields.
This project grant supports Americans for the Arts, the national arts advocacy and local arts service association, to research the social impacts of arts and culture in cities.
Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR) is the lead nonprofit organization driving the 11th Street Bridge Park effort.
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