For the “What Immigrants Contribute” event at the Bush Center on July 10, 2013, designed to impact the national dialogue on immigration.
To support the Spanish translation of the book, 'Cubans: An Epic Journey,' produced by Facts About Cuban Exiles.
To support journalism excellence and diversity by funding Girls Write Now to provide workshops on digital journalism writing for low-income girls.
To create and implement an innovative education recruitment and retention model that will increase the number of African-American males enrolling in and graduating from the University of Akron
To build +Acumen, an online leadership academy to train social entrepreneurs with targeted outreach in four Knight communities.
To help launch a new vision for Silicon Valley by supporting development of a focused plan aimed at making downtown San Jose a more viable, fun and pedestrian-friendly place
To create a new sense of place in Silicon Valley by supporting an initiative that uses the lens of creativity to bring the future into focus and inspire physical and cultural improvements
To support the 2010 Youth Venture Summit, a gathering of young leaders who are addressing social issues in their communities throughout the U.S.
To provide support for the Grantmakers in the Arts 2012 Annual Conference to be held in Miami, Florida
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 support the launch of a Code for America 2015 Fellowship with Miami-Dade County government, which will be the first first CfA Fellows class in Florida.
To complete a planning process with longstanding and new stakeholders, to leverage and build upon infrastructure improvements of Detroit's central open-air market - ultimately improving Detroit's core city vibrancy.