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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
The American Planning Association (APA) provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and
The Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) fosters health, wellness, and healing in the inner-city by organizing for social change, cultivating the arts, and operating a holistic health center.
The mission of the National Public Housing Museum (NPHM) is to preserve, promote, and propel the right of all people to a place where they can live and prosper. This general operating grant wi
This grant amendment will allow the Green Infrastructure Exchange (GIX) to provide travel grants to members and partners in the Environment Program’s Climate Resilient and Equitable Water
This grant amendment will support Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) to build on its accomplishments in the Fresh, Local and Equitable (FreshLo) initiative, by providing an additiona
This grant amendment supports ReBuild to build its capactiy in programs and administration, allowing it to keep pace with the growing demands in each area and to continue planning for Kenwood Garde
This project grant supports the implementation of a Creative Placemaking and community-engaged design process around the redevelopment of urban brownfields with residents from three southeast Chica
This grant provides project support to Chinatown Community Development Center for the expansion of its culturally relevant Creative Placemaking activities.
This two-year grant, a cross-team endeavor between the Arts & Culture and Health programs as part of the Fresh, Local and Equitable Initiative (FreshLo), will connect Inner-City Muslim Action N
As part of Theaster Gates’s constellation of organizations and initiatives that reimagine blighted neighborhoods on Chicago’s South Side, the ReBuild Foundation has launched three cultural hubs foc
The Low Income Investment Fund is a steward for capital invested in community-building initiatives that provides a bridge between private capital markets and low income neighborhoods.
This cross-team grant, from the Arts and Culture ($650,000), Environment ($650,000), and Health ($300,000) teams, provides support for the Trust for Public Land (TPL) to pilot the holistic integrat
The organization works through neighborhood advocacy and engagement, affordable-housing development and property management to revitalize San Francisco’s Chinatown community and enhance the q
Rebuild Foundation serves as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization by promoting artistic practices, individual empowerment and community engagement.
The private, nondenominational, diverse research university is also an anchor on Chicago’s South Side.
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