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A Civic Blast

To deliver relevant content through new media channels targeted to 18-30 year olds who have not attended college

BG Time

To bridge ethnic, economic and especially generational lines to raise digital literacy among seniors, enhancing their participation in civic dialogue

To establish a web-based place where Berks County citizens can find out what is happening in their community

C-U Citizen Access

To use a multifaceted approach to address information needs of overlooked populations in a college town

CommonWealth Magazine

To support the reporting depth and on-line reach of this award-winning, quarterly journal of MassINC, a non-profit, Boston think-tank

Community Information 2.0

To research and create an on-line platform for community news and information that will foster citizen engagement and dialogue

Connect Southwest Alabama

To create a dynamic community information system that will function as a repository of available community knowledge and information


To transform a proven innovation into a national model for community foundations to utilize and inspire citizens to lead change

Council on Foundations

For the second convening of the Media Learning Seminar for Community Foundations in Miami in February 2009, and to convene a special meeting as a part of the Council's annual community foundation conference to be held in October 2009

Digital Public Square (

To position the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties as a civic leader by extending their management of Knight Foundation's community guideline

To recruit, train and empower seniors as citizen journalists, bridge the "Gray Divide" and create a model that can be used elsewhere

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