A local artist will design a mural depicting elements of the local neighborhood history and install it on a blighted wall at 1673 Lamar. This removes a blight and replaces it with attractive urban art.
SWAG Project is an urban farming, food justice + educational project in the South Ward of Newark. We grow food + build community through locally led projects that bring more fresh food + better health to our neighborhood.
St. Johns County Bike Route aims to create a mutually beneficial road experience through fun education to cyclists and non cyclists in the form of an easy to use and read, regardless of age, pocket map.
We (Founder Christian Luna- Labee, General Manager Rebecca Tello, and fellow Danielle Shaw) wish to raise enough funds to have a small office where we can house our volunteer administrators to expand our impact.
Reclaiming Home aims to help residents of the Clark-Fulton & Stockyards neighborhood re-build pride in their home and neighborhood through exterior improvements while encouraging residents to come together.
Turning Green Curriculum Into Viable Businesses by incorporating current local market data into business, financial and operational planning, adding value to knowledge to make funding possible and success more probable.
We will be playing host to some of the best Breakdancers(Bboys) in the country for a night of Dance at the Brooks Museum. Earlier in the day we will be providing free instruction for anyone interested in learning.
We are raising funds for our field trips to Henning, Nashville and Knoxville, where we will visit West TN State Prison (Henning, TN), the TN Supreme Court, TBI Lab, the State Capitol, and the Body Farm (Knoxville, TN).
The iron fence that runs along the south side of Alabama will be woven with bright fabrics to turn the fence into a tapestry. The tapestry sections of fence will be interspersed with sections of sunflowers.