Last week the foundation hosted Michael Kaiser, president of the Kennedy Center, in a conversation with Cleveland’s cultural community about the challenges facing the arts in this cold economic climate.
Dubbed “the Turnaround King” for his successful...Read More
I came across a recent blog post that questioned if the recent Neighborhood Progress, Inc. report, Re-imagining Cleveland was audacious or realistic. If you have not seen the plan, please take a look.
My two cents: the plan is bold and doable. The...Read More
Many of you participated in our recent rounds of community conversations. In fact, we met with over 250 individuals representing organizations from across sectors: arts, human services, economic development, environment, neighborhoods and more.
One of our...Read More
Here’s a fact little known by the public but very well understood by everyone who works in the nonprofit sector: Government funding can put programs and even nonprofit organizations themselves at risk. How?
Kathleen Enright, executive director of...Read More
What do emergency 911, the hospice movement, pap smears, public libraries, polio and yellow fever vaccines, rocket science, Sesame Street, white lines on highways, and ending world hunger have in common? They are all innovations initially funded by foundation...Read More
As a program officer I am extremely fortunate to see many wonderful things individuals are doing daily to help Greater Clevelanders. Much of this work goes unnoticed, only known by the recipients and a few others.
At times I'm privileged to play a role in...Read More