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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
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 planning grant will enable Got Green and their partners to build community momentum and capacity to take advantage of several time-sensitive policy opportunities to improve health and climate
This grant amendment supports Grantmakers in the Arts' (GIA) general operating grant, advances Kresge's Creative Placemaking strategy and addresses a recommendation in Bridgespan's Strong Field Fra
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
Amplifier is a design lab that builds and shares art to amplify the voices of grassroots movements.
This grant will renew funding to UPROSE to support the expansion and implementation of core activities of the Sunset Park Climate Justice Center.
Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) is a national professional membership organization for grant makers supporting the arts and arts-related activities.
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
Puget Sound Sage and its project partner, Got Green, will work to prioritize equitable processes and outcomes in public-sector climate policies in the Seattle, Washington region. Puget Sound S
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 national membership organization for professional private- and public-sector grantmakers for arts and arts-related activities seeks to support arts funders and to strengthen and expand the fiel
The South Brooklyn community development organization works to advance economic and social justice and build vibrant, diverse communities where residents have opportunities to achieve their goals a
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