Knight Foundation's Media Learning Seminar gathers leaders in philanthropy and journalism to discuss meeting the information needs of communities. Watch live at knightfoundation.org/live
37 projects to help make Knight communities more successful will receive a share of $5 million in the second Knight Cities Challenge.
New survey of editors in leading U.S. newsrooms says organizations' ability to defend free speech rights is slipping. With $200,000 in support from Knight, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to strengthen free speech law.
With support from Knight, the United States Artists’ Endowment Campaign will provide help to individual artists around the country.
The Akron Art Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of Arts and Pérez Art Museum Miami launch a national Instagram photo contest for Inside|Out.
Seven projects in San Jose, Calif., will advance economic opportunity and promote civic engagement with $400,000 in new support from Knight Foundation. Image by Richard Masoner.
We fund ideas …from people with the vision, tenacity, courage, know-how, and commitment to discovery to see them through.
We seek to weave the arts into the fabric of communities to engage and inspire the people living in them. We believe shared cultural experiences contribute to a sense of place and communal identity.
We invest in civic innovators who help cities attract and keep talented people, expand economic opportunity and create a culture of engagement.
We support people and organizations committed to advancing excellence in journalism and informing people in communities of all sizes through experimentation, innovation and leadership.
We support projects that seek to improve how we create, share and use information essential to communities by providing early-stage funding for experimentation and growth.