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CONNECTING WHAT MATTERS


What’s your best idea to make cities more successful?

The Knight Foundation would like to hear from you by 5pm ET on Friday, November 14th.

 

www.knightcities.org

 

You don’t have to be a professional grant writer to apply: The initial application asks for two primary pieces of information about your project in 150 words or less; you don’t even need to give a budget or amount.

 

There are just two rules:

 

  • Your idea must focus on one or all of three key drivers of city success: attracting and retaining talent, expanding economic opportunity, and creating a culture of robust civic engagement.


 

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