For 2010 general operating support
To sponsor Independent Sector's John W. Gardner Leadership Award dinner, which this year, honors Bill Drayton, CEO and founder of Ashoka
To assess the effectiveness of the Rutgers/LEAP Early Childhood Development Initiative
For a computer training program and wireless Internet service for a Knight-targeted neighborhood
To develop the local film scene by expanding Filmgate, the recently launched interactive film festival, which focuses on cross-platform storytelling, interactive screenings and more
To support a presentation of the major works of Igor Stravinsky, collaboratively produced by Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, Eisenhower Dance Ensemble and the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival during the 2012 Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival
To design and pilot a Camden Early Childhood Research Learning Academy serving children birth through 5 and their families
To provide universal digital access in 26 Knight communities within five years through the creation of the Knight Center of Digital Excellence (K-CoDE) and a $10 million Digital Opportunity Challenge Fund to facilitate the implementation of the program
To create a Arduino-based noise measurement device and software for data journalism projects informed by community hacking events and prototype tests.
To honor Philadelphia’s rich jazz legacy by producing a month-long festival in venues across the city during Jazz History Month
To preserve and expand the reach of traditional Mexican music by creating a mariachi youth ensemble that would celebrate the popular format while incorporating the music of other Latin American countries
To research, develop and disseminate Standards of Conduct for Interscholastic Coaching across the U.S.