To support talent retention and attraction by funding a Columbus tech leader to attend the Open Cities Conference in San Francisco which allows civic innovators to reimagine the future of their cities.
To support talent retention and attraction by funding Uptown Columbus Riverfest which promotes entrepreneurship and business development in Uptown Columbus.
To promote talent retention and attraction by funding the Milledgeville Film Festival which connects industry professionals within the community and university to teach them film skills.
To support economic opportunity and integration by funding the Completing Milledgeville Streets Plan which makes a plan to connect downtown with the Southside neighborhood.
To promote Milledgeville's bikeability and walkability by funding a bike summit and workshop led by Gil Penalosa from 8-80 Communities, which builds cities for 8 year olds to 80 year olds.
To support the City of Gary's economic opportunity and integration by funding a learning exchange at Indiana University in which disadvantaged youth in the community learn transferable, digital media skills from college students
To support civic engagement by funding an Art Garden through California University Long Beach to better connect the art district with other neighborhoods.
To support economic opportunity and integration by funding Citywide Block Events which organizes community dinners to increase connectivity and engagement between neighborhoods.
To promote civic engagement by funding IdeaFest, a community event in Long Beach, which transforms businesses, parks and open spaces to bring together leaders and citizens from different neighborhoods.
To support civic engagement and entrepreneurship by funding CityMart to help the City of Long Beach simplify its procurement process.
To support talent retention and entrepreneurship through a crowdsourcing event which invests in innovative projects that address the downtown core’s needs.
To support civic engagement around the revitalization of Duluth's St. Louis River and Estuary by funding the UMD's School of Journalism to engage local media partners and citizens around this important community investment.