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  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • Ross
  • Ross
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
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  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
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  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
  • RossThe Neighborhood Design Center: small, local (MD based), non-profit organization has been providing pro bono landscape planning and architectural services to local communities for over 35 years.  The Center has led/been involved with over 2,000 projects. What it is: From rebuilding playgrounds to redeveloping abandoned buildings, the Neighborhood Design Center is ingrained in the local community, connecting highly specialized volunteers with community members and businesses that need their services the most. How it works: NDC recruits and mobilizes volunteer architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and other design professionals to contribute their services to neighborhood design projects. BackgroundOffice Locations:Full & Part-Time staffBoard of DirectorsFundingOne client example: Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative: - Replacing street trees in 6 Prince George’s County neighborhoods to enhance shade, character, and look of the community which ultimately can lead to higher home valuesAnother client example: Northwood Plaza Center:- Helped lead an all-day design workshop with community stakeholders and citizens so that all could contribute ideas to improve the Shopping Center Plaza near north Baltimore. The final presentation to city officials included recommendations for more pedestrian-friendly and interactive activities like concerts or festivals.
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    1. 1. CONTENT STRATEGY PITCH Morgan Jones, Molly Mattessich, Biljana Milenkovic, Ross Moulton, & Carly Raasch
    2. 2. THE SITUATION IT’S TIME FOR A WEB MAKEOVER The Neighborhood Design Center deems itself a “Catalyst for Change.”
    3. 3. THE SITUATION IT’S TIME FOR A WEB MAKEOVER The Neighborhood Design Center deems itself a “Catalyst for Change.” But, its website doesn’t invoke the spirit of change.
    4. 4. SO, what’s the fix?
    5. 5. OUR PLAN:
    6. 6. OUR PLAN: Content is KING
    7. 7. CONTENT MISSION STATEMENT Through compelling stories, strategic use of our digital properties, and a passion for delivering unique and inspiring content, we seek to reach our volunteers, donors, and beneficiaries to build our membership, ensure our lasting legacy, and continue to design and develop sustainable communities.
    8. 8. Target Personas Content Voice Key Messages & Themes Unique Differentiators
    9. 9. Target Personas Who are we talking to? Content Voice Key Messages & Themes Unique Differentiators
    10. 10. Target Personas Content Voice What’s our tone? Key Messages & Themes Unique Differentiators
    11. 11. Target Personas Content Voice Key Messages & Themes What are we saying? Unique Differentiators
    12. 12. Target Personas Content Voice Key Messages & Themes Unique Differentiators How are we different?
    13. 13. TARGET PERSONAS Rob Marston          Mid-Late 20’s Lives in Baltimore, Maryland B.S. Landscape Architecture, working on M.S. Urban Design Previous volunteer experience with Engineers w/o Borders Tech-y Detailed-oriented, likes to read the specs of his purchases Cares about environment/sustainability Works for a small architecture firm near Baltimore Likes sci-fi, comedy, uses social media
    14. 14. TARGET PERSONAS Arianna Cole  MBA/ B.S. Engineering  45-55 years old  Detailed oriented, but has to be the “big picture” decision maker  Lives in Maryland  Sits on boards for Baltimore Community Foundation, Parks & People Foundation  Reads journals, magazines, news on new eco-friendly solutions for redevelopment projects, “green” initiatives, development of beautification of neighborhoods  Moderate-large following on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook
    15. 15. CONTENT VOICE The Pioneer is ..……..
    16. 16. CONTENT VOICE The Pioneer is ..……..curious ..……..innovative ..…..…optimistic
    17. 17. CONTENT VOICE Volunteers & Partners that ..…….. ..…….. ..…..…
    18. 18. CONTENT VOICE Volunteers & Partners that ..…….. try new ideas ..…….. ..…..…
    19. 19. CONTENT VOICE Volunteers & Partners that ..…….. try new ideas ..…….. think outside the box ..…..…
    20. 20. CONTENT VOICE Volunteers & Partners that ..…….. try new ideas ..…….. think outside the box ..…..… adopt a brave & pioneering spirit
    21. 21. CONTENT VOICE Content that is innovative, reforming, & supportive of the fresh ideas from community members & skilled volunteers.
    22. 22. KEY THEMES & MESSAGES 1 The NDC Legacy - 45 years of positive change 2 The NDC Impact - volunteers transform communities 3 Cultivating communities through collaborative partnerships 4 Innovative sustainable design ideas can make a scalable difference
    23. 23. UNIQUE DIFFERENTIATORS
    24. 24. SIX-MONTH CONTENT PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLAN
    25. 25. SIX-MONTH CONTENT PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLAN 1 Guide the NDC staff
    26. 26. SIX-MONTH CONTENT PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLAN 1 Guide the NDC staff Underscore the primary messages through strategic use of tone & format 2
    27. 27. SIX-MONTH CONTENT PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLAN 1 3 Guide the NDC staff Ensure the appropriate resources are allocated Underscore the primary messages through strategic use of tone & format 2
    28. 28. SIX-MONTH CONTENT PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLAN 1 3 Guide the NDC staff Ensure the appropriate resources are allocated Underscore the primary messages through strategic use of tone & format 2 Capture appropriate and measurable metrics 4
    29. 29. SIX-MONTH CONTENT PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLAN 1 3 5 Guide the NDC staff Ensure the appropriate resources are allocated Maximizes the digital channels Underscore the primary messages through strategic use of tone & format 2 Capture appropriate and measurable metrics 4
    30. 30. Editorial Calendar
    31. 31. Direction for the overall content development & distribution process Engagement parameters Editorial Calendar Strong calls to action Strategic use of resources (leveraging & repurposing content) Measurable content that follows the buyer’s journeys
    32. 32. Organizational Process DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Partners Media Consultant Volunteers Interns
    33. 33. Voice, Frequency, Volume, Format Tailor to the two target personas Establish trust Frame the NDC as a thought leader Demonstrate the NDC is worth the target audiences’ time and money at each stage of the buyer’s journey.
    34. 34. Voice, Frequency, Volume, Format Tailor to the two target personas Establish trust Frame the NDC as a thought leader Demonstrate the NDC is worth the target audiences’ time and money at each stage of the buyer’s journey. 4-1-1 Plan
    35. 35. Measurement Plan
    36. 36. Measurement Plan Focus on website, blog, form page, email, and social media Measure content creation & consumption Measure against monthly change goals Realistic/practical deliverables
    37. 37. Content Audit Incorporate website content into new strategy plan Use compelling and clear photos from Facebook Use videos and descriptions of past projects & events Push out pieces through the various distribution channels & repurpose the content in new formats
    38. 38. Distribution Plan Inbound marketing & demand generation Forum examples Smashing the pumpkin
    39. 39. CONTENT PIECES
    40. 40. The NDC Blog
    41. 41. Tells a compelling story through the lens of a volunteer Is mission-centric Elevates the NDC’s key messages Provides a space when others can take action
    42. 42. About Us Page
    43. 43. Provides tangible results to establish who the NDC is States the “need” Answers how the NDC relates to its visitors
    44. 44. CONCLUSION
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