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- Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Mission is to empower at-risk youth, age 14-19, who come from families at or below poverty, to succeed in school, in the workplace, and in life.
- Care Alliance
Health care services to the homeless.
- Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development
Devoted to development of Hispanic businesses and equitable asset building in Cleveland’s Latino, and other underserved communities, by entrepreneurial and technical assistance, training and advocacy.
- Recovery Resources
Agency helping people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions.
- D.C. Preparatory Academy
Public charter school bridging the educational divide among pre-primary, primary, and middle school inner city children in Washington, D.C. by increasing the number of students from underserved communities with the academic preparation and personal character to succeed in competitive high schools and colleges.
- Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland
Emergency food distribution network aimed at reducing hunger in the community by providing food and linkages to other vital services for hungry people, expecially children and families.
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland
Promotes the social, educational, health, leadership, and character development of economically disadvantaged girls and boys during critical periods of their growth.
- Washington Latin Public Charter School
Public Charter School providing a classical education to middle school and high school children in Washington, D.C.
- Neighborhood Leadership Institute
Develop grassroots leadership that will contribute to rebuilding the bonds of community.
- EYEJ: Empowering Youth Exploring Justice
Our mission is to empower and amplify the voices of teens and pre-teens by bridging them with diverse individuals to engage in interactive discussions centered around social justice.
- Latino Economic Development Corporation of Washington, D.C.
Neighborhood development corporation for the Latino community.
- Flats Forward
In collaboration with neighborhood based organizations, industry, maritime, residential, business, and recreational interests, Flats Forward advocates for and promotes Cleveland’s Cuyahoga Riverfront and first neighborhood.
- Eleanor B. Rainey Memorial Institute
Rainey Institute is dedicated to positive change for Greater Cleveland’s youth and families through education and participation in the performing and visual arts.
- CASA of Maryland, Inc.
Self-development, organization and mobilization of the Latino community.
- Cleveland Bridge Builders
Builder of leadership and leadership practices to shape the future of the Cleveland community.
- Hopkins House
Provider of education programs and services to economically disadvantaged children and their families in Northern Virginia through high-quality preschools, financial literacy, homeownership, parent involvement, reading and literacy, and summer enrichment programs.
- Cleveland Eye Bank
Dedicated to restoring sight by retrieving, evaluating and distributing donated eye tissue for corena transplantation, research and teaching.
- The Triskeles Foundation
Offering change-making programs for youth, ages 16-20 and delivering training, advice, and strategic partnerships with mission aligned small not-for-profits and for-profit social organizations.
- West Side Ecumenical Ministry
Multiple social services to children, teens and adults.
- West Side Catholic Center
Food, clothing, furniture and shelter.