KLCC. Photo: rmlowe, Creative Commons Attribution License.
KLCC. Photo: rmlowe, Creative Commons Attribution License.

If you have an idea for how to improve KL – from regenerating an abandoned area to improving city mobility – ThinkCity wants to hear from you. The organisation, first started in Penang under Khazanah Nasional Berhad, is looking for project proposals based n KL.

Applications are now open for their Grants Programme, with RM10,000 to RM100,000 available for projects that play a role in rejuvenating urban spaces. Individuals, NGOs, community groups, and public and private companies are all eligible to apply for the funding. ThinkCity’s aim is to create more sustainable cities from the community level.

You can find out more about ThinkCity at a coffee session on Saturday 17 January at 3pm, held at Bookmark, Art Printing Works, 29 Jalan Riong. Email tcgrants@thinkcity.com.my to reserve your spot.

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