To support an innovative form of 3D storytelling by creating a series of outdoor video art events screened on local buildings
To increase coverage of local issues like education, safety, and health and wellness, United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee, in partnership with the Zilber Family Foundation, and working with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, will expand the capacity of an existing local news site.
To create the Miami Film Festival Fund, to support the Miami International Film Festival as it enters its fourth decade of programming
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To expand coverage in an online statewide policy news site, the Community Foundation of New Jersey will help NJ Spotlight increase its health-care coverage and build an online discussion platform.
To spur citizen engagement through the distribution of GivingCards.
To empower people to share breaking news by creating a searchable map of events streamed around the world.
To promote cross-cultural understanding by showcasing Indian Classical dances through adaptations of western fairy tales.
To bring high quality, unique and culturally diverse films to the community by increasing programming and educational outreach at the theater.
To create the Knight Miami Ballet Fund, to strengthen the institution, help the company expand its repertoire and commission new works under a new artistic director
To create the Knight Ideas Fund, to support innovative programming at the Wolfsonian focused on increasing digital and physical access to the collection including the creation of an "Ideas" event.
To provide operating monies that support networking events and story gathering activities conducted by local Black Male Engagement (BMe) team leaders in Detroit and Philadelphia