post from ioby.org We Started Here is ioby’s multimedia storytelling series exploring the work of neighborhood leaders across the country. Video and photography by Dan Lane and Erin Moore of GoodEye Video. Written by Tobin Hack. When Justin Moore thinks of his grandfather, he sees him hard at work on a “project,” pouring and forming concrete in […]
We have had an incredible year at Urban Patch. Thanks to many friends, collaborators and organizations we think we have made real progress in making the inner city better. One of our earliest collaborators and supporters is ioby.org, a national organization that does crowd funding and resourcing for urban and environmental projects. In fact, our […]
After a great effort in visioning, fundraising, and lots of drawing, painting and community collaboration, we have completed the 1,100 sqft. mural project. If you’re in Indy, walk, bike, bus or drive by 30th and Central to take a look at our contribution to making the inner city better through local art projects.
Urban Patch has helped to start the Saint Nicholas Miracle Garden in Harlem. During Earth Week the group of community members received their approval to turn a vacant city-owned lot into one of the city’s newest Green Thumb sites, and had their first work day cleaning up the garden. The site is small (like everything in […]