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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Out and about: grid
Check out the latest issue of grid magazine for a feature story on the Overbrook Environmental Education Center, a 2005 Community Design Collaborative project. The...
Catch up with our clients: Albert M. Greenfield School
Lisa Armstrong, Co-Chair of the Greening Greenfield Committee, writes that the ground breaking for the first phase of the Greening Greenfield project will take place on...
Projects In Progress: Logan CDC
Cicely Peterson-Magnum, the Executive Director of Logan CDC, recently updated us on the CDC's work with the Community Design Collaborative via a press release sharing the...
D-Tours: Mt. Tabor Cyber Village
Affordable housing doesn’t have to be boring! Mt. Tabor Cyber Village Senior Housing in East Poplar has a colorful contemporary design that looks a lot like neighboring NoLibs...
Catch up with our clients: Frankford Friends School
After assessing its options, Frankford Friends School decided on new, on-site construction and sustainable design for its middle school. Frankford Friends School (FFS)...
PennFuture's podcast features the Collaborative
The Collaborative's Executive Director Beth Miller was interviewed for PennFuture's bi-weekly podcast, Voices of Pennsylvania's Future, along with leaders from New Kensington...
A Teaching Moment: Greening Greenfield
Greenfield Elementary School picked an instructive day to celebrate the groundbreaking of Greening Greenfield, its innovative project to "unpave" and plant its playground....
New Service Grant Recipients
Congratulations to this round of Collaborative service grant recipients! The Collaborative is pleased to award service grants to eight outstanding nonprofits. They are: Central...
Bright Idea: ECA to Create Green Jobs Training Center
The Energy Coordinating Agency has received a 1.1 $ million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to renovate its warehouse in Kensington as a LEED Silver...
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