For Code for America's work focused on rewiring government to better engage with citizens using innovative technology solutions
To help address the shortage of women in the technology field by deploying a new program in Detroit, Miami and San Jose to encourage girls (ages 13-17) to build their skills and seek opportunities in technology
To provide operating and business development support to the Student African American Brotherhood to ensure their ability to effectively engage thousands of black males in strengthening their communities
For Connect2Compete, a national public-private coalition to make Internet services, equipment and training affordable and compelling for low-income families, with a focus on Knight communities
To support the organization's efforts to promote philanthropy that makes a positive difference in the greater Philadelphia region
To include Knight-community libraries in the creation of a national digital library network
To provide opportunities for hundreds of underserved residents to join Philadelphia's growing apps development community
To increase local arts coverage through a partnership between Drexel University and The (Philadelphia) Daily News to "embed" nonprofit arts journalists who will write regularly for a high-circulation city newspaper.
To invest in the development and distribution of ElectNext, a voter education platform that matches voters to candidates, for down ballot races in Philadelphia
To help a Philadelphia Public Schools news site better connect with its audiences, Resources for Human Development will enable The Notebook to produce more content in accessible and usable forms.
SnipSnap is a mobile app that enables users to scan, share and redeem coupons with their mobile phones.
To establish a new outlet for public art that showcases temporary installations to the city's tens of thousands of daily commuters