104 grants
$2,501,900

2015  |  2014    |    2013    |    2012    |    2011   |    2010

2013 Grants Approved

  • All Faiths Pantry – $10,000 for the grocery home delivery program
  • America SCORES Cleveland – $20,000 for after‑school health and literacy programming in the CMSD
  • Art House, Inc. – $5,000 for Urban Bright, an arts education program for CMSD students
  • Asian Services in Action, Inc. – $10,000 for Senior Success, a program to train older bilingual Asian leaders to help their peer access benefits and resources
  • Baldwin Wallace University – $35,000 for the Baldwin Wallace Scholars program
  • Beech Brook – $30,000 to hire a Community Health Worker within the Integrated Care Clinic operated in partnership with Care Alliance
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland – $15,000 to pilot a mentoring project in partnership with CMSD and Cleveland Leadership Center
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland – $30,000 to provide academic success programming for at‑risk youth
  • Boys Hope Girls Hope – $15,000 for Hope Prep, a program providing academic enrichment and character development for low income students
  • Building Hope In The City – $10,000 to expand tutoring services
  • Care Alliance – $100,000 for construction of the Central Neighborhood Clinic
  • Catholic Charities Corporation – $15,000 for the 2013 Annual Appeal
  • Center for Arts‑Inspired Learning – $25,000 to provide pre‑literacy programming at 20 Universal Pre‑Kindergarten sites
  • The Children’s Museum of Cleveland – $15,000 for teacher training in social emotional development
  • City Mission – $15,000 for facility improvements
  • City Year Cleveland – $20,000 for programming in CMSD schools
  • Cleveland Botanical Garden – $10,000 for the Green Corps urban youth program
  • The Cleveland Foundation – $10,000 to hire a consultant to conduct an evaluation of CMSD arts education programming
  • Cleveland Furniture Bank – $20,000 for furniture purchases
  • Cleveland Kids in Need Resource Center – $7,500 for program support
  • Cleveland Mediation Center – $15,000 to provide conflict resolution training to clients of shelters, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing units
  • Cleveland Metroparks – $30,000 for a replacement vehicle for the NatureTracks outreach program
  • Cleveland Metropolitan School District – $10,000 for All City Arts, an arts‑infused, performance‑based after school program
  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History – $5,000 for Inspire, a program to provide science education to 2nd graders in the CMSD
  • Cleveland Play House – $10,000 for performances and outreach programming for CMSD students
  • Coach Sam’s Inner Circle Foundation – $10,000 for after school literacy programming for 3rd grade CMSD students
  • College Now Greater Cleveland – $50,000 for college advising services in Garfield Heights and Warrensville Heights school districts
  • Community Assessment & Treatment Services, Inc. – $50,000 to construct an addition to the building to accommodate an expanded residential treatment program
  • groundWork – $25,000 to provide advocacy leadership for early learning and development
  • Connections – $20,000 to facilitate consolidation with Orca House
  • Council Gardens – $13,400 for transportation services
  • Cuyahoga Community College Foundation – $30,000 to expand the Youth Technology Academy to five additional CMSD schools
  • Daily Dose Of Reading – $10,000 for early literacy programming at Louis Stokes Head Start
  • DanceCleveland – $10,000 for Read to Learn…Dance to Move, an arts education program for early childhood classrooms in the CMSD
  • Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center – $30,000 for emergency shelter services
  • East Cleveland Neighborhood Center – $13,000 to operate a Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School, a literacy‑based summer program
  • EDWINS Restaurant and Leadership Institute – $20,000 for start‑up support of the culinary training program
  • Eliza Bryant Village – $34,000 for the Community Transition program
  • East Side Organizing Project Inc. – $15,000 to train staff to provide homeownership and other financial literacy counseling
  • Esperanza, Inc. – $20,000 to help high schoolers prepare for the OGT
  • Facing History and Ourselves – $10,000 for the Student Leadership Program in Cleveland area schools
  • Family Connections – $15,000 for Family School Connections, a program to improve the transition to kindergarten among families in the Cleveland Heights‑University Heights school district
  • Family Promise of Greater Cleveland – $20,000 to provide case management for homeless families reintegrating into the community
  • Foundation Center Cleveland – $7,500 for operating support
  • Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland – $30,000 for the Dental Clinic
  • Friends of the Cleveland School of the Arts – $25,000 for the curriculum design project
  • FrontLine Service – $35,000 for electronic health record implementation
  • Fund for Our Economic Future – $300,000, over 3 years, for Phase 4 of the collaboration formed to shape and sustain a long‑term economic competitiveness strategy
  • Golden Age Centers of Greater Cleveland, Inc. – $20,000 for the home delivered meal program
  • Gordon Square Arts District, LLC – $50,000 for the Gordon Square Arts District
  • Great Lakes Museum of Science Environment And Technology – $15,000 for programming with CMSD STEM schools
  • Great Lakes Theater – $8,000 for the school residency program for CMSD students
  • The Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Inc. – $100,000 to expand cooler and freezer space
  • ideastream – $30,000 for professional development in math and science for CMSD K‑2 teachers
  • Jennings Center for Older Adults – $30,000 to develop home health care services for low‑to‑moderate income older adults
  • Joseph’s Home – $15,000 for transitional housing and supportive services
  • Julie Billiart School – $11,000 for Behavioral Therapy Intervention services
  • Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland, Inc. – $12,000 for after school economic education programs
  • Lakewood Community Services Center – $15,000 for start up of a job readiness and training program in partnership with Towards Employment
  • The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland – $20,000 for housing law advocacy
  • The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland – $100,000 to support literacy initiatives for early and adult learners
  • Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry – $20,000 to provide services for teens who are homeless or aging out of foster care
  • May Dugan Center – $15,000 for the Workforce Development/Job Retention program
  • Mental Health & Addiction Advocacy Coalition – $15,000 for operating support
  • Merrick House – $15,000 for the Healthy Lifestyles youth program
  • MedWorks – $25,000 for medical care and health care navigation for underserved individuals
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland – $4,000 for education programming for CMSD students
  • Musical Arts Association – $10,000 for CMSD students to attend education concerts
  • The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes – $15,000 to provide environmental education training for CMSD teachers and programming for students
  • Near West Theatre, Inc. – $10,000 for spring and summer programming
  • Neighborhood Family Practice – $35,000 to provide a Patient Advocate for the Detroit Shoreway Office
  • Neighborhood Leadership Institute – $15,000 to provide leadership training for youth and young adults
  • New Directions – $10,000 to implement an electronic health records system
  • North Coast Health – $40,000 for the Patient‑Centered Medical Home
  • Open Doors, Inc. – $20,000 for academic and enrichment programming for middle and high school students
  • Playhouse Square Foundation – $8,000 for programming for CMSD students
  • Professional Flair dba Dancing Wheels Company & School – $11,000 for the apprentice/training program
  • Project Learn – $20,000 for Get on Track, a program to provide literacy and GED training to low level offenders assigned by the Cleveland Municipal Court
  • Rainey Institute – $10,000 for the Summer Arts Day Camp
  • Recovery Resources – $20,000 for primary care integration
  • Roots of American Music – $10,000 to conduct residencies in the CMSD and East Cleveland schools
  • The Salvation Army – $20,000 for the Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter
  • Scenarios USA, Inc. – $10,000 to provide professional development and support for teachers to implement the REAL DEAL curriculum
  • Scranton Road Ministries Community Development Corporation – $30,000 for the Youth Jobs Partnership program at Lincoln West and James F. Rhodes high schools
  • Seeds of Literacy – $20,000 for capacity building
  • Senior Citizen Resources, Inc. – $7,500 for the health and wellness program
  • Sisters Of Charity Foundation of Cleveland – $100,000 for the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood project
  • Saint Ignatius High School – $15,000 for the Arrupe Neighborhood Partnership to provide summer programming
  • St. Joseph Academy – $20,000 for expansion of the AVID program
  • St. Malachi Center – $10,000 for after‑school programming
  • Towards Employment, Inc. – $15,000 for Networks4Success, a job readiness program
  • Front Steps Housing and Services – $20,000 to provide programming for homeless families
  • United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cleveland – $15,000 for the Children’s Services program
  • University Settlement – $20,000 for the housing program
  • Urban Squash Cleveland – $15,000 to increase parent involvement in the after school programming
  • Villa Angela St. Joseph High School – $20,000 for Guidance staffing
  • Vocational Guidance Services – $15,000 to secure employment for individuals with disabilities
  • Volunteers of America Greater Ohio – $15,000 for improvements to the Veterans Resource Center
  • West Side Community House – $5,000 for Sisterhood, an education and empowerment program
  • Western Reserve Historical Society – $10,000 for educational programming at the WRHS History Center
  • Western Reserve Land Conservancy – $20,000 for a study on the effects of vacant properties to make the case for federal funding for demolition
  • Westside Industrial Retention and Expansion Network – $25,000 for year 3 of the redesign of Max Hayes High School
  • Youth Challenge – $15,000 for technology upgrades
  • Youth Opportunities Unlimited – $15,000 for Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates