||Rainey Institute in Cleveland
||Rainey Institute is where the arts change lives. They are dedicated to positive change for Greater Cleveland’s youth and families through education and participation in the visual and performing arts. Children ages 3 and up attend Rainey after school, on Saturdays, and during the Summer to explore music, dance, drama, sewing and art. They develop their artistic abilities and their character. Rainey students learn to be leaders and positive role models. They are prepared to be “on stage” at all times, enabling them to succeed in school and life.
||Transitional Housing, Inc
|| A Cleveland-based program that works to end the cycle of homelessness by providing homeless women with a safe environment, programs and services that promote self-sufficiency and independence without regard to race, color, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.
||The Stitching Hope Project of JustHope Ministry in Nicaragua
||A program designed to assist women in Chacraseca, Nicaragua in the development of a multi-faceted enterprise which will enable them to work together creating both fabric art articles for export, and utilitarian items for local sale.
||A provider of emergency shelter and support services for survivors of domestic violence throughout Northeast Ohio.
||Seeds of Literacy
||A Cleveland-based program that provides one-to-one tutoring in basic education and GED preparation for adults who are motivated to change their lives.
||Youth Jobs Partnership program of Scranton Road Ministries
||a workforce development initiative operating in the Cleveland Public Schools focused on creating employees with a commitment to excellence. The program creates a highly-competent workforce with marketable skills and a solid work-ethic, and transitions each graduate into either gainful employment or further training.
||dedicated to saving lives & the environment through the recovery and recycling of donated medical supplies area healthcare providers must discard
||Back Bay Mission, Biloxi, Mississippi (UCC)
||to hire a staff person to specialize in housing rehabilitation in the wake of the Katrina devastation
||Northeast Ohio Adoption Services
||provide adoption and foster care services to teens and school-age children in the child welfare system by recruiting, preparing and supporting specialized families
||to bring together children with physical disabilities and youth volunteers who enrich each other's lives through one-on-one participation in adapted sports and recreational activities
||Applewood Centers, Inc. & Chagrin Falls Park Community Center (shared by two programs)
||to help teenage girls with dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental illness (Applewood) and to help the youth of the Chagrin Falls Park through added recreational programming (CFP Community Center)
||South African Ministries (shared by four programs)
||Sparrow Rainbow Village AIDS Hospice for children, Forest Hills Dutch Reformed Church, YouthNet, Nederburg School
||Interfaith Hospitality Network
||to help renovate the space for a new West Side Family Center to provide services for homeless families in Cleveland
||St. Paul's Express at St. Paul's Community Church
||the After School Prevention Resources drop-in program for at-risk teens
||Mark Simone Medical Fund
||for expenses related to Rev. Mark Simone's (Youth Pastor) liver transplant
||St. Paul's Community Church
||to replace the roof on our sister church on Cleveland's near west side