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Pictured: Queen GreenFeen raised over $1,800 for compost education with ioby in 2023.

Enrollment is now closed.

Up to $3,000 matched by the generous support of Con Edison for community projects related to environmental issues, green space assets, and the arts in your NYC neighborhood!

The 2024 Con Edison Power Up Neighborhood Match Program supports residents in New York City and Westchester County as they bring to life their ideas for positive change within their communities. Do you have a project that makes your neighborhood greener with parks, gardens, or trees? Are you beautifying your community with art? Does your project solve a local environmental issue? Or maybe you are hosting a visual or performance art event? We want to hear from you! Don't worry, there's no application process. Simply submit your idea below and we'll be in touch. 

Share your idea to get started!

Donations are matched up to $500 per donor, and up to $3,000 total
for eligible projects in New York City and Westchester County.

Eligibility Details

How does it work? 

When you crowdfund on ioby for a project that is eligible for this match, donations will be doubled instantly so you can raise the money you need twice as fast. If someone donates $25, your page will reflect a donation of $50!

Enrollment in ioby match programs is always first come, first served, so start soon for a better chance to double up to $500 per donor and up to $3,000 per project.  

Share your idea to get started!

Simply share your idea with the ioby team, and we’ll confirm within 1-2 business days if your project is eligible for match program. Then you can fill out your ioby crowdfunding page and begin fundraising, with support from our experienced team of fundraising coaches. First-time fundraisers are welcome—we’re here to help! While you fundraise, donations to your page will be instantly doubled so your fundraising work goes twice as far. 

Support a project below and get your donation doubled,
or start a project of your own to be featured here!

2024 Participants in the Con Edison Power Up Neighborhood Match Program:

  • Artichoke Dance Company performing in costumes of upcycled plastics

    Perils of Plastics Project

    A 4-part project including collection and recovery of plastics materials, education and advocacy, art build, and spectacle performance involving community members at all levels.

    NEEDS: $4,725 of 7,500 + Volunteers
  • Raising Funds for a Greener EV LOVES NYC

    Providing 150,000 hot meals per year to food insecure New Yorkers comes at a cost of 2,060 pounds of plastic waste each year from disposable cutlery.

    NEEDS: $5,180 of 12,245
  • Offline Kid Time Community Events

    Children can get inspired, be creative and keep moving during our Community Events that will service our local communities.  

    NEEDS: $18,708 of 20,408
  • Old Norwood - The Bronx Mural

    Let's Repaint the Norwood Mural!

    Help me get the funds to repaint the iconic mural I created for Norwood in 2018. With this money, I will create a participatory process to design a new mural and will paint it with the help of volunteers.

    NEEDS: $3,613 of 6,667 + Volunteers
  • broken shed door

    Eagle Slope Community Garden

    Another year another Eagle Slope/ ioby fundraiser.

    Lets come together again to help us to get a new garden shed and a Greenhouse.


    NEEDS: $0 of 3,356
  • hiking group

    Hike and Shoot

    This hike and shoot project for low-income individuals has the potential to provide recreational and educational opportunities and promote social inclusion, personal development, and environmental appreciation.

    NEEDS: $0 of 5,102
  • Hikers crossing the Highbridge

    Hike the Heights 20

    Hike the Heights - Building Healthy Communities

    Join us in celebrating 20 years of creating community joy, connection, and health through arts, literacy, and sports.

    NEEDS: $5,588 of 10,288 + Volunteers
  • Women in Film

    Support a creative team full of up-and-coming artists of color and women located in NY and Guatemala City, as they explore and expose topics of self harm and abuse.

    NEEDS: $3,372 of 6,667