Whether it's a neighborhood garden, a community swap, or a tool lending library, the Center for a New American Dream knows that your block, street, or neighborhood has an exciting project just waiting to come to life.  That's why  ioby and the Center for a New American Dream launched the first-ever  Get2gether   Neighborhood  Challenge in 2013.

Learn more about the 2015 challenge winners and see their latest updates below.   

To see last year's Get2gether Neighborhood Challenge winners, click here!

  • Cville Repair Cafe

    At a Repair Cafe, volunteer fixers gather at an event with hands and tools at the ready, and the community is invited to bring items in need of repair.

    NEEDS: $0 of 4,516 + Volunteers
  • Emily and I inspecting our Hatshepsut hive, located at Hartford Food System's Five Corners farm

    One-BEEing, Hartford

    Using Natural Beekeeping and Community Gardening as a metaphor for Collective Work and Community Building, One-BEEing, Hartford promotes Environmental  Awareness, Food Justice and Sustainability.

    NEEDS: $0 of 390
  • The team

    Capitol Hill Tool Library

    Capitol Hill Tool Library: lending tools, sharing ideas, building community.

    NEEDS: $0 of 4,355 + Volunteers
  • Permaculture Park Project

    The Permaculture Park Project in Ithaca, NY demonstrates ecological landscaping practices in a public park. The park is a model for other cities to create beautiful and sustainable parks while addressing hunger.

    NEEDS: $0 of 2,095
  • peace.love.swap & PLAY! Community Center

    Providing a safe, fun place for children to play and for parents to get the much needed support they need. We also aim to keep much needed goods from landfills that families need. 

    NEEDS: $0 of 4,430 + Volunteers