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March 23rd, 2017

First Round of Design Grants for 2017

Wherever a nonprofit's mission and vision are taking them, we're here to help!

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Pictures from a pop-up exhibition
Get a glimpse of the work we completed in 2015 and 2016 in this online mini-show, inspired by the 32 design grants on display at our Leverage 2017 pop-up exhibition. We are proud...
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Friends Housing Cooperative receives stewardship award
The Friends Housing Cooperative has been nominated to the National Register of Historic Places and recently received an award for stewardship from Preservation Pennsylvania....
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Partners for Change: Ballinger
Few architectural practices enjoy the longevity of Ballinger, based in Philadelphia since 1878. The firm pioneered interdisciplinary practice from its earliest years and today...
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Play Patio Saves the Day
A temporary play patio enables Glen Foerd to plan for the future—and even saves it from “a series of unfortunate events” Glen Foerd Conservation Corporation wants to complement...
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Collaborative welcomes six new board members
The Community Design Collaborative welcomes Modesto Bigas-Valedon, AIA, LEED AP BD + C; Rose Gray; Robert Leonard, Esq.; Charles Moleski; Maria Sourbeer; and Julie Wiley, PE to...
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Wearing Two White Hats: Paul Sehnert
More than one board member has described Paul Sehnert as the Collaborative’s biggest cheerleader. Paul is wrapping up his service as board co-chair, but will thankfully remain on...
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First Round of Design Grants for 2017
The Community Design Collaborative is proud to announce its newest Design Grants to nonprofits! The Collaborative will work alongside Beacon to consider the future use and...
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Fourth Round of Design Grants for 2016
Ready to grow… at the crossroads… good stewards… jazz messengers… wherever you are and whatever your mission, we’re ready to help. The Community Design Collaborative is proud to...
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Making Connections Across North Central
North Central Philadelphia has plenty of assets—a busy regional rail station, Cousin’s Supermarket, the Pearl Theatre, Penrose Recreation Center, and a constellation of community...
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