As part of my training as a new Cleveland Foundation employee I watched a video of former CEO Steve Minter sharing his perspectives and highlights of the history of the foundation.
I knew that Cleveland had the oldest community foundation (95 years old this...Read More
Project Access, the nine-month program designed to strengthen the leadership, management, program, and community advocacy skills of faith-based organizations in Cleveland and its inner-ring suburbs is accepting applications for 2009.
Organizations interested...Read More
Know any impressive undergraduates, graduate students, or recent college graduates with an interest in the nonprofit field? Encourage them to apply for our summer internship program. We place some of the area's best students at local nonprofit organizations...Read More
Neighborhoods are composed of homes, businesses, schools, people, families, local government, and institutions. When these components are effectively marshalled, a strong and healthy community is the result. Lately I have been thinking about the role...Read More
In 2006, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, the Cuyahoga County Commissioners and Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Dr. Eugene Sanders stood up for the health and well-being of kids in our community, ensuring that Cleveland was the first school district...Read More
A new year brings hope, the opportunity to start again, the chance to start fresh.
But 2009 inherited some rather large baggage from the old year: uncertain economic times, budget cuts, and apprehension that have tempered these beliefs. Still, it is...Read More
I’m sure it’s the season, and maybe my eternal optimism in the face of the daunting challenges we face, but I have been looking for a few good maxims to inspire me into the coming year. I got a great one from Rev. Otis Moss Jr., from his address to the...Read More