Are you currently looking to renovate/expand your existing space? Are you planning a new construction project? Developing Dreams is an exciting, first of its kind, nonprofit award program created by Sam Nicholson, President of Grand Canyon Development Partners. Developing Dreams is aimed at helping nonprofit organizations in our community build their “dream” projects, one brick at a time. We are awarding one local nonprofit with pro bono construction management services on a qualifying project through a nomination process.
A panel of judges will review each nomination before selecting a group of finalists, who will be invited to participate in a personal interview with Sam Nicholson and the panel. Of the finalists, a winner will be chosen.
Core is a long-term, two generational, holistic, and collective impact model serving under-resourced students (“Scholars”). Scholars are accepted into Core starting in 6th grade after a home visit and parent interview. From 6th grade through 12th grade Scholars participate in afterschool and weekend programming; concurrently, their families work with Core staff to develop support networks, continue their own education, and develop the skills necessary to be successful in the workplace. After graduation, Scholars are engaged with Core through our Alumni Network to ensure that they stay on track and continue to reach for their potential.
Core’s programming focuses on the individual needs of each Scholar and their family. For the families the goal is to create stability in the home and to provide a pathway to better jobs and education. Meanwhile, we work with each Scholar on developing stronger character, aligning their strengths with career and college opportunities, and providing the experiences and tools needed to lead choice filled lives in and out of school.
• Must be a 501(c)3 with a physical location.
• The organization must be in and serve the people of Southern Nevada
• Not valid where prohibited. Employees, officers or directors of Grand Canyon Development Partners are not eligible to compete.
• Project estimated duration should not exceed one calendar year.
• The project must be funded and/or Non-profit should have a solid plan for obtaining funding.