To support an event series that identifies, attracts and educates potential investors on the angel investment process with the goal of catalyzing more funding activity in early-stage Miami-based companies.
To support the Waccamaw Community Foundation's use of online giving technologies for one year in order to raise their community profile and engage new donors.
To support Great Give PBC, managed by Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties and its Host Partners, in order to use new technologies to raise their community profile and engage new donors for local nonprofit organizations.
For a master planning process to re-imagine the north end of uptown Charlotte with its civic/cultural amenities as the city's living room where residents and guests alike want to visit, engage and linger.
To support 8-80 Cities in producing a nationwide convening and international trip to facilitate the formation of a civic innovation network among leaders in Knight communities, learning how to execute place-based solutions, attract and support talent and foster opportunity.
To support MIA Music Summit: Where Music and Technology Meet, a gathering that seeks to support, connect and propel Miami's music, startup and entrepreneurial communities.
To support an expanded, second annual edition of Startup City: Miami, which will comprise two events that connect and support Miami's startup community with talks, panels and pitch sessions from local and nationally-known entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders.
To expand the Jane's Walk program into Knight resident communities and develop a model and set of resources for expansion into other cities across the U.S.
For 2014 membership in the Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, formerly known as Delaware Valley Grantmakers, to support the work Knight's work in Philadelphia.
To spur citizen engagement through the distribution of DonorsChoose.org gift cards to participants at the 2014 Florida Philanthropic Network Annual Summit.
To conduct research on the use and adaption of civic technologies by examining the intersection of these new technologies and community engagement.
To support New Leaders Council (NLC) Philadelphia Institute for three years to recruit, train and promote millennials in Philadelphia to be effective civic and community leaders.