The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
Through our grants, The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation seeks to improve the built environment, to enhance the city through the arts, to use investigative reporting to strengthen our democracy, and to ameliorate the effects of low wages.
On February 20, 2014, over 1,500 people celebrated The Power of Neighborhoods at the 20th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards. The event honored the achievements of 10 awardees, including the recipients of the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design.
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On May 1, 2014, The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association honored Mayor Rahm Emanuel with their Angel Guild Award. Richard Driehaus presented the award to the Mayor for his commitment to Chicago families and neighborhoods. The award is named after Angel Gilding, a decorative technique used in Chicago Bungalow art glass ...continue reading ...
By David Sweet
For more than 20 years, Kim Coventry – a native of Carmel Valley, Calf. – quietly ran an eponymous firm focused on publishing that highlighted old-line names in the North Shore and Chicago.
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The Paper Machete $10,000 08/12/13 For general operating support Chicago, IL Arts & Culture
CEOs for Cities $10,000 08/02/13 For the 2013 annual National Meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan Chicago, IL Built Environment
To fund 4 Taproot Service Grants to grantees of the RHD Foundation and $10,000 in general operating support Chicago, IL General
Catalyst Chicago $10,000 12/03/13 To support the work of the education news operation, Catalyst Chicago Chicago, IL Investigative Reporting