To support GiveMN and The Saint Paul Community Foundation's use of online giving technologies for two years in order to raise their community profile and engage new donors.
To support economic opportunity and integration by funding Gehl Architects to develop a public space/public life survey in Downtown Lexington, improving the quality of public space infrastructure for all residents of different socio-economic income.
To support civic engagement by funding an Art Garden through California University Long Beach to better connect the art district with other neighborhoods.
The Knight Community Foundations Program serves to advance informed and engaged communities by working in transformational ways with community foundations and their leaders.
The nature of the relationship we have with our network of partners in each of our 26 Knight Communities is invaluable. To date we have committed to giving at least $140 million to community foundation endowments. The leadership behind these organizations is not only supported by our assets, but increasingly by our efforts to ease the flow of information between all of us so that we may learn and lead more effectively.
Activating this network in this way provides Knight an excellent platform for experimentation and learning for creating more informed and engaged communities.
Grant seekers within Knight communities are encouraged to contact their local community foundation and inquire about the Knight donor-advised fund.