2023 Community Partners
The 2023 National Neighborhood Promise grant recipients will receive contributions between $120,000 and $250,000. The 12 recipients are:
Arizona: St. Vincent de Paul, Phoenix
St. Vincent de Paul, Phoenix; The grant will replace much-needed commercial soup vats and tilting skillets, allowing the organization to continue to provide thousands of meals per day to those in need in metro Phoenix.
California: urban Corps of San Diego County
Urban Corps of San Diego County; The grant will support extensive trail restoration, waste removal and sustainability education.
Illinois: Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago
Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago; The grant will support local community organization “Imagine Englewood If,” enabling repairs to The Healing House, The Jean Carter Hill Community Garden and The Peace Campus.
Louisiana: Habitat for Humanity Lafayette
Habitat for Humanity Lafayette; The grant will support the local chapter of 100 Black Men, which provides mentoring and education for area youth. Republic Services volunteers will conduct a large-scale community clean up and provide landscaping and interior and exterior painting.
Michigan: Pope Francis Center, Detroit
Pope Francis Center, Detroit; The grant will provide a community computer lab and resident fitness center in the new PFC Bridge Housing Campus, which provides meals, supportive services and housing assistance to the underserved.
Minnesota: Rebuilding Together Minnesota, Minneapolis
Rebuilding Together Minnesota, Minneapolis; The grant will fund improvements and repairs to the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center, which provides social and mental health services to help empower Native women and their families.
Missouri: Rebuilding Together St. Louis
Rebuilding Together St. Louis; The grant will fund improvements at the Wesley House, which serves as a community safe haven and provides social services to youth, adults and seniors in the Penrose neighborhood.
Montana: Missoula YMCA
Missoula YMCA; The grant will help transform an underutilized corner of the campus into a free, 2,200-square-foot outdoor splash pad for children of all abilities.
Tennessee: Binghamton Development Corporation, Memphis
Binghamton Development Corporation, Memphis; The grant will fund three outdoor classrooms for hands-on STEM education and provide necessary equipment to grow BDC’s recycling-oriented on-the-job training.
Tennessee: The Miss Katie Woodie Foundation, Murfreesboro
The Miss Katie Woodie Foundation, Murfreesboro; The grant will fund an outdoor classroom for the Walter Hill school, supporting new STEAM learning programs for the community.
Texas: Rebuilding Together Houston
Rebuilding Together Houston; The grant will support critical roof and sewer line repairs and revitalization of the community garden at the SHAPE Community Center, which has helped thousands of underserved people.
Wisconsin: Eagle River Recreation Association
Eagle River Recreation Association; The grant will support critical infrastructure improvements to the historic hockey dome, including cooling tower installation, roof repair, girl locker rooms and septic repairs.