The Green Line is up and running, and now, so is the Knight Green Line Challenge! Knight Foundation is looking for great projects that will make the diverse neighborhoods along the Green Line in St. Paul even more vibrant places to live, work, play, and visit. Got a great idea to benefit at least one St. Paul neighborhood along the corridor? Learn more and submit your idea by July 24, 2014!
At the Minnesota Idea Open, we know there's nothing our friends like better than a good challenge; so when we heard that the Knight Green Line Challenge was on, we knew we had to share it with you.
From now through July 24, the Knight Foundation is looking for great projects that will make Central Corridor neighborhoods in Saint Paul even more vibrant places to live, work, play and visit.
Over the next three years, the Green Line Challenge will fund $1.5 million in winning projects. Any individual, business or nonprofit can apply. It's easy!
Got questions? Go online or attend one of four community Q&A sessions with Knight Foundation staff over the next two weeks. They'll be held at the Dubliner Pub, Hamline Midway Library, Rondo Community Outreach Library and Bedlam Lowertown.
Learn more about Q&A sessions here: http://bit.ly/1iHblMB. RSVP is encouraged, but not required.
The challenge is sponsored by the Knight Foundation and managed by The Saint Paul Foundation.
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