Birmingham Comprehensive Plan draft presentation cites the importance of connectivity and the first investment in light-art for the 18th Street underpass.
Community Catalyst Fund grant of $247,000 will create a light-art installation in the 18th Street underpass near Railroad Park and a master plan for lighting across the City Center.
Funding partnership brings national Breakthrough Collaborative to Birmingham this summer, offering boost for seventh-graders and focusing on high-achieving, low-income students.
The Community Foundation is supporting a youth symposium and a statue honoring lives lost in the church bombing, two ways to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Civil Right events and look to the future.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report on County Health Rankings shows Jefferson County making progress, including what we believe are results from the work of the Health Action Partnership.
Grant from Women’s Breast Health Fund of the Community Foundation supported workshop where young cancer survivors and their loved ones learned and shared with each other.
Gus Heard-Hughes takes part in a panel on what funders want from nonprofit partners as we work together to make our communities great places to live.
Take your pick of School Board 101 sessions, which provide four Saturdays of training for parents, PTA members and school board members, current and future.
Overview sessions begin in April for Birmingham area nonprofits applying for grants in Cycle 2 for 2013.
Cahaba Blueway program introduces potential for community connections along the Cahaba River, thanks to a collaboration of organizations and funders, including the Community Foundation.