A Spring 2010 Knight Neighborhood Challenge grant enabled a local artist, Dwayne Bass, to create an agility course, furniture and sculpture for Tyler's Place Dog Park.
Since the additions to the park, there has been a increase in the number of dogs at the dog park as well as an increase in dog walking and outdoor activities for pets in the Corridor. Look at how much fun the dogs are having!
The history of the park and plans for the obstacle course
GiVE 365 members become part of an exciting new way to give by pooling money in a charitable fund to make grants that improve the Memphis community.
GiVE 365 members choose a grantmaking theme each year and solicit proposals from area nonprofits to address the chosen theme. Through a group process, proposals are reviewed and grants are made for the selected projects.
In December of 2009, the Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) at Grand Valley State University was awarded $75,000 for its FastTrac NewVenture Program, a 10-week training course for potential entrepreneurs. Dante Villarreal, Regional Director at the MI-SBTDC, had exciting results to report after FastTrac's last session under the Community Foundation grant.
The Pittsburgh Foundation and Bricolage Production Company invite you to join us for our storytelling series, Tell Me Pittsburgh. Through personal stories, we hope to encourage understanding and social change. Our first event was Hard to Love: Stories of Struggle in Pittsburgh, on April 26. You can watch the video from this event on Pittsburgh on Video.