To scale existing DataKind programs advancing data-driven practice in the social sector while piloting new strategies for generating review to grow and sustain the organization's work.
To demonstrate an innovative approach to city government procurement that could generate substantial cost-savings for cities, create greater transparency and accountability in the procurement process, match the needs in the community with the best available solutions, and create a clearer model for citizen engagement and open up cities to local social and urban entrepreneurship.
To support further connecting and elevating the startup and entrepreneurial communities in Miami and Cuba through a series of events that will pair Cuban private entrepreneurs with their counterparts in Miami.
To engage, educate, and mobilize citizens of Detroit through exercises and programming designed to increase their understanding of the choices ahead as the city reinvests in and rebuilds its civic infrastructure.
To fund Greater Akron Amenities to conduct landscape analysis and ultimately develop an action plan to attract and retain talented 18-34 year olds in Akron.
To conduct an economic impact analysis exploring the impact of a proposed Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve designation, resulting in enhanced recreation, heritage tourism and conservation that will contribute to building a 21st Century economy for Macon.
To support LaunchCode in Miami, creating pathways to economic opportunity and upward mobility through apprenticeships and job placement in technology for thousands of Miami residents seeking jobs at local firms hungry for talent.
To attract and retain entrepreneurs in South Florida and promote economic opportunity through the growth of eMerge Americas, the leading Miami-based conference focused on technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.
To support Welcoming Cities, a program that helps cities to adopt policies and best practices to attract, retain and harness New Americans and immigrant talent.
To enhance Miami's urban life by producing street performances that activate public parks, transit hubs and community plazas that often go unnoticed.
To support the initial phase of development of Design Guidelines for Robust Engagement, a clear and accessible set of evidence-based guidelines that promote effective strategies for increasing civic engagement via design.
To support the pilot phase of Passenger Center (PASSENGER), a proposed residency for emerging creative practitioners in Detroit's Capitol Park district, where they can share their work with expanded audiences, markets, and provide a proof of concept for the PASSENGER live/work/create concept.