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The 2022 Con Edison Power Up Neighborhood Match is closed.

 

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Double Your Resource Organizing! ioby NYC Match Programs for 2022
April 1, 2022 12:00 PM EST
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This program doubles donations up to $5,000 for projects that: 

  • Promote local solutions to environmental issues.
  • Make your neighborhood greener through caring for parks, gardens, or street trees, and encourage resident use of and engagement with green spaces.
  • Beautify and enliven communities with the visual and performing arts, make art more accessible to a broad audience, or engage community members in the creation of art.
  • Projects must take place in an eligible location in New York City and Westchester County. 
  • Please click the eligibility details below for further information and examples.

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 $5,000 from your donors. 

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. 

 

Completely new to ioby and crowdfunding?

Learn more about ioby! 

If your project isn’t the right fit for this match program, you may still be eligible to fundraise on ioby without matching funds, which will still give you access to our training materials, low-fees, fiscal sponsorship, and one-on-one support from an experienced ioby Leader Success Strategist. 

 

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

  • Back to School: Youth Care Circles

    Support Lion's Tooth Project back-to-school healing and art-making care circles to address the impacts of COVID-19 on immigrant, Black, Indigenous, POC, LGBTQI+ students.

     

     

    NEEDS: $0 of 12,555
  • Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal

    Brooklyn Utopias: Along the Canal

    Two public outdoor exhibitions on the fences of J.J. Byrne Playground and Coffey Park inviting artists to consider what “Utopia” would look like for the communities bordering the Gowanus Canal.

    NEEDS: $0 of 9,700
  • People walking their bikes through barricades in the street

    Willoughby Avenue Open Street

    A Festive Community Celebration of the Willoughby Avenue Open Street plus Free Programming and Activities out in the street in Spring 2022.

    NEEDS: $3,061 of 4,076 + Volunteers
  • SNEAK PEEK of 17 Trees, To Be Precise, by Barbara Nikonorow  With illustrations by Juliette Borda

    17 Trees, To Be Precise (PART 2)

    A children's book about street tree stewardship, inspired by a true NYC event. The book offers a starting point to speak with kids about the value of community engagement - beginning with YOU!

    NEEDS: $0 of 14,337 + Volunteers
  • Artichoke Dance performing along the Gowanus Canal

    Interactive Performance Tours

    Immersive experiences illuminating a geography's environmental justice history and envisioning a sustainable future through movement and the arts.

    NEEDS: $0 of 6,575
  • City Hall Park Conservancy Inaugural Projects

    Help us grow!  City Hall Park Conservancy's mission is to enhance and re-envision City Hall Park as a community asset and New York City-wide symbol.

    NEEDS: $4,500 of 25,000 + Volunteers