To support and help shape the agenda of the 2014 National Day of Civic Hacking.
To support various creative placemaking activities, facilitated by Hunter Franks, that will inspire robust engagement and change perceptions of place in Knight communities.
To fund Steven Johnson as a speaker and thought partner, together with an online resource connected to his Fall '14 PBS/BBC series, 'How We Got to Now' which will explore how leaders and communities create places that foster innovation and support talent.
To support the Community Foundation of Central Georgia's use of online giving technologies for two years in order to raise their community profile and engage new donors.
To model on the successful College Hill Corridor planning process, the project will create a master plan and a new approach to downtown revitalization, bringing together diverse stakeholders, property owners, and agencies around a common vision and working strategy.
To hire Zimmerman/Volk Associates to do a residential market study analysis for the Walnut Creek Village area of East Macon
To create the Tourism Technology Initiative that will bring seven Macon cultural attractions into the digital age through creation of individual website presence, social media utilization, and online ticket sales to attract additional visitors
To support the Community Foundation of Central Georgia's leadership role in the use of online giving technologies and to spread the knowledge and best practices they acquire to other Knight community foundations
For Code for America's work focused on rewiring government to better engage with citizens using innovative technology solutions
To quantify the necessary investment in the Macon community to coordinate, utilize and maximize all existing assets to improve broadband access and adoption
To establish an "Innovation Corridor" that will attract and retain entrepreneurial businesses and individuals who will help revitalize downtown
To include Knight-community libraries in the creation of a national digital library network