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People-Powered Challenge 2020


How Does the Challenge Work?

The Laundromat Project is a Black-rooted and POC-Centered arts organization. This year is an exciting one for us, as we celebrate our 15th Anniversary and prepare to move into our first long-term home in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn! The LP recently signed a 10-year lease on a storefront space in Bed-Stuy, which will serve as a creative community hub for artists and neighbors in communities of color throughout NYC and in Central Brooklyn.

From October 5–14, we’ll be fundraising toward a collective goal of $40,000 during our annual People-Powered Challenge, in support of our new home and continued citywide programming for artists and neighbors!

The People-Powered Challenge is The LP’s annual 10-day campaign where we fundraise through the collective power of our friends, family, neighbors, and social networks to support people-powered art and strengthen our communities by getting supporters, new and old, to invest with us in our work.

How Can I Participate?

Become a People Mover!

People Movers help us reach our goal by committing to asking 15 people or more (friends, family, neighbors, etc.) to give at least $10 each during the 10 days of the campaign. 

Fundraise as a Team!

Teams commit to supporting the People-Powered Challenge as a group, with collaborators, coworkers, family, etc.

Be an Amplifier!

Amplifiers help us spread the word about the campaign through social media and other channels. To become an amplifier, email Development Manager Amelia Brod at to express your interest.


Reach out to The LP Development Manager Amelia Brod with any questions about participating in the People-Powered Challenge:

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