To create a digital platform for engaging the seven-county region in development and use of greenways and green spaces they share
For the Grow Citizen Journalism Project to engage diverse communities in environmental information and action using mobile media tools, targeted messaging, and training in citizen journalism
To create a forum where more than 170 groups concerned with the environment can exchange information and improve citizen engagement
To expand reporting capacity of Florida health news coverage in Tallahassee, Bradenton and Miami
To link more than 60 middle and high schools across the islands of Hawaii to produce weekly newscasts for PBS Hawaii stations
To provide a digital platform that links neighborhood residents to a wide-range of civic services and activities. This pilot will further test the viability of a digital network to provide services and link residents
For an investigative reporting team to provide in-depth reporting for media outlets across Colorado
To increase access to information on jobs, technology and entrepreneurship in rural communities
To increase public understanding about how education funding works in Duval County, The Community Foundation in Jacksonville will create a website to serve as a hub of information, interaction and engagement.
To increase local environmental coverage, the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo will fund a beat reporter dedicated to environmental issues at a newly launched nonprofit investigative news site.
The Chicago Community Trust will create apps and other tools to help increase the utility of local government data to benefit community organizations and the broader public.
To engage older adults in reporting local news stories, the Maine Community Foundation, in partnership with the University of Maine’s Center on Aging, will train older adults in rural communities to be citizen reporters.