To help communities better tell their stories by building an accessible, multimedia storytelling platform.
To help tell rich multimedia stories by improving a toolkit that allows people to collaboratively produce, curate and publish multimedia projects.
To create the CitizenshipWorks Innovation Fund to invest in new tools and technologies that help legal permanent residents become U.S. citizens
To build an online catalog of applications that local governments and community leaders can use to locate, understand and deploy the best available tools for community engagement
To pilot the What it Takes e-mentoring program which uses software to help engage 50-100 professional African-American men as mentors to hundreds of black boys
To develop an interactive map that globally aggregates youth-led social action projects and to upgrade the TakingItGlobal membership platform
To support an informed and engaged approach to transit-oriented community development through the Central Corridor Funders Collaborative (CCFC)
To support the development of a technology plan for an SMS-based mobile membership platform designed to increase the number of participants and incentivize increased action and retention
To analyze issues of Internet unity, governance and structure and propose strategies to increase global Internet freedom
For a planning grant to determine the feasibility of establishing a Journalism Collaborative between Mercer University, The Telegraph and Georgia Public Broadcasting
To create the Macon/Bibb Law Enforcement Foundation (MBLEF). This new foundation's mission is to mobilize the community to support public safety officers in the City of Macon and Bibb County
To break down barriers of access to the performing arts and touch the lives of Philadelphia residents with Random Acts of Culture (RAC), a series of unexpected, spontaneous cultural performances in non-traditional settings