Knight Cities Challenge
Posted by Knight Foundation on October 06, 2014
The Knight Foundation has announced the upcoming launch of the new Knight Cities Challenge, which is seeking ideas that make the 26 communities where Knight invests more vibrant places to live and work.
Philadelphia is one of the eligible communities.
The challenge is offering $5 million for innovative projects that answer the question: What’s your best idea to make cities more successful? It will launch on October 1st, with applications being accepted until November 14th.
The challenge is open to innovators of all types: architects, activists, artists, city planners, entrepreneurs, students, educators, city officials, as well as governments and organizations.
To enter the Knight Cities Challenge go here starting October 1st.
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