Urban Space 100 launched a new grant season, which will be open from 15 September to 15 October. This is an opportunity for initiatives and active citizens to receive funds for the implementation of Ivano-Frankivsk development projects. As for this season, we will tell you about ideas that have already been implemented with the support of the grant fund. The first project is the 2nd 4:3 International Short Meter Festival.
Urban Sapce 100 announce the start of the grant season. This is an opportunity for initiatives and active citizens to receive financing for the implementation of projects in Ivano-Frankivsk.
On July 30, Urban Space 100 closed to visitors a little early. On this day, the restaurant co-founders chose the winners of the competition of the summer grant season.
The Urban Space 100 summer grant season continues. Marta Hladka, Programme Coordinator, has told us which projects won the competition in the previous 7 years and what changed in the Programme after the start of the full-scale war.
Celebrity guests cook in the Urban Space 100 kitchen and talk about their path to success
Urban Space 100 returns with a grant competition to support social projects in Ivano-Frankivsk.
In June, Urban Space 100 became a place where locals brought books to share with our compatriots abroad.
The case of social entrepreneurship Urban Space 100 is presented at the European Cluster Collaboration Platform
An article published in the Ivano-Frankivsk publication KURS about the project “Revision Syndrome: Soviet Ukrainian and Polish Ukrainian Avant-Garde by Kadan and Andruhovych in Tandem”, supported by the Urban Space 100 Grant Programme
From now on, you can bring your own book and take another one from the bookcrossing shelf at Urban Space 100 at 19 Hrushevskyi Street
On 27 December 2021, Urban Space 100 celebrated its 7th anniversary.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the restaurant industry is once again facing difficulties. Since the grant fund is formed directly from 80% of the net profit of the Urban Space 100 community restaurant, we have to make this decision.
On 30 October, the 29th General Meeting of the co-founders of the Urban Space 100 public restaurant was held. The net profit generated amounted to UAH 410,837.
Urban Space 100 gathers Couch Fans to support runners in the Frankivsk Half Marathon
In just one day, 4 new members joined Urban Prostir 100 NGO
If you want to join a community of active citizens and get a tool to make positive changes in the city, right now you have a unique chance to do it by becoming one of the hundred social investors in the Urban Space 100.
What challenges and business opportunities has the pandemic created? And why is it important to unite and interact together on a global level?
Recently, the Teple Misto and the Urban Space 100 public restaurant teams went on the restored doors tour with Mariia Kozakevych, coordinator of the Frankivsk That Must Be Preserved initiative.
Together, we created a cool Urban community — this is our resource for growth. 6 years ago, we opened the doors of Urban Space 100 to the first guests.
Urban Space 100 not only offers delicious burgers, but also provides funds to implement ideas for the development of Ivano-Frankivsk city. Grant applications are accepted from 15 December to 15 January.
On 31 October, the Urban Space 100 co-founders supported 5 projects and provided them with a total of UAH 176,333.
We have developed a large information brochure about Urban Space 100, where we have collected the maximum volume of information about the project so that you can learn more about the creation history, mission and philosophy of the restaurant.
At the exhibition "Living the city" in Berlin, the public restaurant Urban Space 100 was presented together with 70 other participants from 20 countries: Belgium, Hungary, Spain, France, Finland, Turkey, Germany, Canada and others.
After a long quarantine break, the restaurant is ready to allocate funds for new social projects again.
The training social school entrepreneurship programme was recently recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine to be implemented at schools. The Urban Space 100 case was included in the training course.
To create movement and breathe new life into the city is the goal set by one of the initiators of the idea and the co-founder of the Urban Space 100 restaurant, Yurii Filiuk.
On 27/08/2020, the Urban Space 100 social restaurant got its second award [Open Doors] from the Dostupno.UA initiative, which supports the ideas of accessible urban areas and full inclusion of people with disabilities into public life.
On 15 July, Ukraine reported to the UN on the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals for the first time (SDGs).
The Anti-Crisis Fund For the Fight Against COVID-19 will provide meals to health professionals who continue working under tough conditions every day. Starting from 14 May, for one month, the Urban Space 100 public restaurant will deliver 80 meals to emergency substations every day.
From 24 April Urban Space 100 decided to open as a craft goods store and a food delivery facility.
On January 27, the co-founders of Urban Space 100 supported 7 projects to the amount of UAH 284,765.
An article about the "IT educational project" supported by the Urban Space 100 grant program
On 26 October 2019, the regular General Meeting of the co-founders of the Urban Space 100 public restaurant supported 2 projects totalling UAH 57,730.
An article about the project "If there is a loss", supported by the Urban Space 100 grant program
An article about the "Orange Ball" project, supported by the Urban Space 100 grant program
The journalist of the American financial and economic magazine Forbes, during his visit to the restaurant, noted that he was most impressed by the concept of the Urban Space 100 public restaurant.
An article about the "Franko100" Cycling Marathon project, supported by the Urban Space 100 grant program
On August 10-11 Pitcher King Late Art Championship – v 4.0. took place at the public restaurant Urban Space 100 in Ivano-Frankivsk.
An article about the project "Research and restoration of ancient signs of Ivano-Frankivsk", supported by the Urban Space 100 grant program
An article about the Babylonian Library project, whose book releases are supported by the Urban Space 100 grant program
Dozens of useful and interesting urban projects would have not been implemented in Ivano-Frankivsk, if it had not been for the Urban Space 100 public restaurant, in particular, its grant programme based on contributions of each visitor.
The regular general meeting of co-founders of the public restaurant Urban Space 100 was held on January 26th. Seven projects were funded for the total amount of 169,870 UAH.
On December 18, 2018, the Urban Space 500 began its work in Kyiv. It is the first restaurant opened under the social franchise of the Urban Space 100 public restaurant, the idea of which is owned by the “Тeple Misto” (“Тепле Місто”) platform. In the capital, this ambitious project is implemented by the NGO “Insha Osvita” (“Інша освіта”) and the management restaurant company Druzi Cafe & Bar. The project became possible thanks to the uniting of the five hundred co-founders and it has to contribute to positive changes in the life of the capital city.
From 15 March to 15 April, applicants may continue the submission of their projects for the grants. People from any part of Ukraine may submit their ideas, but the project is required to be implemented in Ivano-Frankivsk.
The press conference regarding the launch of the campaign was held in Kyiv on 15 March. The goal is to find 500 co-founders for the Urban Space 500 public restaurant to be open in 2018.
Urban Space 500 will be opened in Kyiv as early as in the year 2018.
The press conference presented the results of the second year of the restaurant operation and its main achievements.
On the 16th of December 2016, the project was awarded the 2nd prize at the First German-Ukrainian Conference on Urban Development: Opportunities for Integrated Urban Development to Support Sustainable Development in Ukraine.
From 15 December to 15 January 2017, applicants may continue the submission of their projects for the grants. People from any part of Ukraine may submit their ideas. The basic requirement is to implement the project in Ivano-Frankivsk. The deadline is 15 January 2017.