Gloversville’s 100in1 Day is part of a citizen-driven movement changing the way people experience their cities. The program brings people together from across the community (citizens, non-profits, business and elected officials) to do many small positive actions in one day – and inspire larger actions throughout the year.
These small actions are low-cost community projects that are free, open to anyone and designed to create positive, lasting change. Examples of 100in1 Day projects are plant swaps and giveaways, community art creation, neighborhood potlucks, street-cleaning and flower plantings, welcome signs at city gateways and so much more. The great thing is, the possibilities for projects are endless!
When is downtown Gloversville’s 100in1 Day?
We have scheduled this year’s 100in1 Day to happen on Saturday, May 4, 2019.
More details on times and activities will come as people sign-up and we’ll be keeping a tally of all the activities on this page. Sign up, contact us with your ideas for projects, and become involved in this wonderful day of community service and celebration of Gloversville.
Are you interested in becoming involved with 100in1 Day?
Awesome! Every person is important in downtown revitalization and your enthusiasm and interest is both greatly appreciated and an important step in making downtown Gloversville a great place to be. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our sign-up form here.
Your sponsorship dollars are an important component to making 100in1 Day a success. Many people will have great ideas and, though the projects will be low cost, seed money is needed to make their projects come to life. Details on sponsorship levels are available here. You may also contact Jennifer Jennings, Downtown Development Specialist at email@example.com or fill out our contact form here.
100In1Day was started in 2012 by a group of design students in Bogotá, Colombia who intended to launch six urban interventions that would maximize the potential of their city.
Over beers they decided to be more ambitious and launch 100 urban interventions that would take place in one day.
On May 26, 2012, over 250 urban interventions took place in Bogotá, and a phenomenon was born. It has since spread to over 31 cities around the world.