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Grant Recipients

Giving grants to nonprofit agencies is a tangible way our organization can further its mission of helping the least of our brothers and sisters. As we go forward on this path, we are fine tuning our interpretation of the 25th chapter of the Gospel of Matthew to help define our grantmaking.

We support agencies that:

    Provide shelter to the unhoused
    Eliminate food insecurity and hunger
    Ensure that everyone has access to clean water
    Support refugees
    Offer physical, mental health and addiction recovery programs
    Help the formerly incarcerated re-integrate into society

We have succeeded in funding many of these areas, but have been diligently seeking opportunities that help us extend our reach. We will continue our work guided by these areas of need.

Learn more about our 2022 grantees:

Avon/Avon Lake Community Resource Services

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Community Resource Services is a responsive, community-based organization whose mission is to diminish the effects of poverty in Avon and Avon Lake. They provide basic needs assistance and individualized resource and referral services compassionately and confidentially.

Beck Center for the Arts

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Beck Center for the Arts is a non-profit, performing arts and arts education organization dedicated to inspiring and enriching Northeastern Ohioans' quality of life. They combine professional theatrical productions with comprehensive curriculum-based arts education in Creative Arts Therapies, dance, music, theater, and visual arts, serving over 60,000 annually in Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake, Medina, and Summit Counties.

Beyond the Walls

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Beyond the Walls provides food, clothing, and other needed essentials to homeless and other impoverished individuals.

Building Hope in the City

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Building Hope in the City is transforming the neighborhoods of Clark-Fulton and Stockyards, and Cleveland's refugee and immigrant communities through hope, opportunity, and faith.

Blessing House

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Blessing House is a children’s crisis care center, caring for children birth through 12, whose parents or caregivers are facing a crisis or emergency or who are experiencing a high level of stress that might put their children at risk of abuse or neglect. 

Blossom Hill

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Blossom Hill’s mission is to provide loving homes and personalized care to adults with developmental disabilities who are incapable of living unassisted.

Canopy Child Advocacy Center

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Canopy Child Advocacy Center's mission is to serve children and families affected by child abuse through a multi-disciplinary partnership focused on safety, healing, and well-being. Their team includes several agencies that work in close collaboration to ensure a timely and appropriate response to the needs of children and families. Coordinated investigations are conducted through the center to arrange services that provide justice and healing. By arranging the investigation process in one location, this practice reduces trauma by ensuring that the child does not have to repeat their story.

Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation

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The mission of the Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation is to empower, engage, and educate individuals, care partners, and families living with dementia or other brain health issues to live a more fulfilling life through the arts, social interaction, and community outreach.

Catholic Charities Office of Migration & Refugee Services

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As the largest resettlement office in Northern Ohio, Catholic Charities Migration & Refugee Services resettles approximately 230 refugees each year in communities throughout Cuyahoga County. They provide services to recently arrived refugees to help them resettle in local communities and extend those services for five years after arrival to assist with adjustment. Programs offered include employment services, English language training, health and wellness support, immigration legal services, and the Ohio Center for Survivors of Torture.

CHN Housing Partners

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CHN is a highly seasoned, nonprofit affordable housing developer and housing service provider that works with its partners to solve major housing challenges for low-income people and underserved communities. We partner with cities and organizations to deliver housing solutions for their constituents. We partner with utility companies, financial institutions, and public agencies to manage and deliver large-scale housing resources to the community. We partner with people—low-income individuals, families, seniors, the disabled and the homeless—to improve their housing stability. Through our partnerships we have developed over 6,500 affordable homes, and each year serve over 40,000 families through a wide array of housing services.

Cleveland Angels

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Cleveland Angels walks alongside children, youth, and families in the foster care community by offering consistent support through intentional giving, relationship building, and mentorship.

Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center

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The Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is the nation's oldest hearing and speech center and Northeast Ohio's only nonprofit organization dedicated solely to serving those with special communication needs. CHSC serves thousands of children and adults each year through the following programs and services: Hearing, Speech-Language and Learning, Language Interpreting, and the Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The Center also oversees management of the Early Intervention Program. 

Community of Hope

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Community of Hope builds lasting relationships, nurtures hope, and restores dignity by creating family-like relationships for Ohio's youth. Community of Hope offers youth connections, networks, know how to help youth access better opportunities at success.

Church of the Open Door Generation House

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The Generation House is a Christ-Centered home for families in transition. Generation House can host three to four families at a time. The goal is to help families gain independence by teaching a variety of life skills such as meal planning, cooking, and financial planning.

Community Service Alliance

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Community Service Alliance is a a non-profit agency working as a catalyst for change in the lives of homeless individuals in Cleveland, Ohio. By providing transitional housing, career development, and personal, behavioral, and spiritual support, CSA is transforming the lives of the men it serves. 

Connecting for Kids

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Connecting for Kids provides education and support to families with concerns about their child ages birth to 12 in Cuyahoga and Lorain Counties. They serve all families, including children with and without formal diagnoses. Resources are available for many concerns including anxiety, attention issues, autism, developmental delays, epilepsy, and sensory issues. 

Cornerstone of Hope

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Cornerstone of Hope is a nonprofit comprehensive bereavement center serving grieving children, teens, and adults who have experienced the death of a loved one.  Cornerstone's counseling services are conducted by licensed clinicians and Master's level interns under the supervision of professional staff. Principal services include individual counseling, bereavement support groups, summer camps, in-school support groups, memorial events, workshops, retreats, and a bereavement training institute.

Drink Local Drink Tap

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Drink Local Drink Tap improves water equity through projects, programming, and partnerships because water is a human right. They have been creatively reconnecting people to water through video, photography, and art to educate and engage youth, communities, and people of all socio-economic backgrounds about the importance of caring for water. The Wavemaker Program in schools, monthly beach cleanups, 4 Miles 4 Water event, Annual Splash Party, safe water access projects in east Africa, and multimedia projects aim to educate and inspire and help those who suffer from a lack of access to safe water.

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Edna House

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The Edna House gives women an opportunity to recover from alcohol and drug addiction by providing a safe, sober place to live. Edna House provides long-term, structured sober living and education to women regardless of their ability to pay.

Edwins Leadership & Restaurant Institute

EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute offers formerly incarcerated adults a foundation in the culinary and hospitality industry while providing a support network necessary for long-term success. The driving principle is that every human being, regardless of their past, has a right to a fair and equal future. Culinary classes are held at Grafton Correctional Institution. While enrolled in the program, EDWINS students are equipped with intensive training and hands-on work experience. They are also provided with free housing, legal services, basic medical care, clothing, job coaching, and literacy programs.

EDWINS has grown to include an award-winning fine French restaurant, butcher shop, bakery, and EDWINS Too, a culinary incubator, community kitchen, and event and makers' space. EDWINS Institute graduates 100 students each year who have gained employment in dining establishments across the country.

El Centro de Servicios Sociales

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El Centro is a Latino non-profit advocacy organization whose mission is to enhance the socio-economic status of the Greater Lorain County community by providing essential social, educational, cultural, and community development services.

Emerald Development & Economic Network (EDEN)

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EDEN's mission is to provide housing solutions to people facing the challenges of housing insecurities and homelessness. 
EDEN is a nationally recognized housing provider through scattered site properties, Permanent Supportive Housing buildings, and rental voucher programs.  

Far West Center

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The Far West Center is a community mental health center serving adults and young adults of western Cuyahoga County and Lorain County. The Far West Center offers assessment, counseling, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and case management for persons struggling with severe mental health problems. Services are available for low-income individuals who need care but cannot find it, pay for it, or wait for it.

Fostering Hope

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Fostering Hope connects and enriches youth who live in residential treatment and foster care with unique experiences of hope and healing. Established in 2013, Fostering Hope raises awareness of the challenges faced by children within the foster care system and provides opportunities while engaging the community in which they reside.

Front Steps Housing and Services

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Front Steps Housing and Services provides individuals and families in Cuyahoga County who are mentally disabled and/or economically disadvantaged with permanent supportive housing and lifelong solutions to increase self-sufficiency and independence. This mission is realized through safe, affordable housing, client-centered comprehensive case management, and supportive services including life management, workforce training, financial literacy, and family and individual programs.

FrontLine Service

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FrontLine Service reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises, and overcome trauma. FrontLine Service answers calls for the 988 National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline in Cuyahoga County. In January 2022, FrontLine Service launched a specialized shelter diversion and case management program for individuals who identify as LGBTQI+ and are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank

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The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is the largest provider of emergency food in Northeast Ohio. It serves Cuyahoga, Ashland, Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, and Richland counties. The Food Bank provides food and non-food items to more than 1,000 programmatic partner agencies. These programs include pantries, on-site meal providers, shelters, and other nonprofit organizations including children's afterschool and summer programs, senior programs, and rehabilitation programs.

Hispanic UMADAOP

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Hispanic UMADAOP (Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program) has a genuine commitment with the Hispanic/Latinx community in the Greater Cleveland area to promote awareness, educate, and to prevent and treat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.
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Humility of Mary Housing

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Since 1854, the Sisters of the Humility of Mary have provided housing, education, and health care services for children, immigrants, refugees, and the elderly. The Caring Compass program focuses on avoiding a return to homelessness, educational and job training skills necessary to achieve and maintain independence, employment opportunities that lead to enhanced financial well-being, and better physical and mental health.

Hunger Network

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The Hunger Network is the largest and most efficient provider of emergency food in Greater Cleveland. With a network of food pantries and hot meal sites, or “hunger centers,” across Cuyahoga County, they have a strong and proven model for meeting the nutritional needs of Northeast Ohio’s most underserved communities. Programs include emergency food distribution, hot meals, food rescue, and nutrition education. 

Identification Crisis Collaborative

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The ID Crisis Collaborative consists of churches, community groups, and agencies in Cuyahoga County serving the needs of people with low income and who are homeless. They assist in obtaining personal identification documents such as certified birth and marriage certificates, residency documents, Social Security Number proof as well as state IDs and and renewal drivers licenses in order to access housing, medical care, education, employment, register to vote, and other vital services and programs.  

Joseph & Mary’s Home

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A ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, Joseph & Mary’s Home provides medical respite to medically-fragile adults without housing who are ready to discharge from a hospital but have nowhere to rest and heal. Joseph & Mary's Home provides a nurturing, caring environment with temporary shelter in a secure building, nutritious meals and snacks, nursing, care coordination, and case management services. Their approach results in medical stability, exits to permanent housing, and lasting connections to ongoing primary care and community-based services.

Joshua and Caleb Leadership Center

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JCLC is a nonprofit organization that develops unfathered and at-risk boys and girls into global-minded leaders of God’s design.

Julie Billiart Schools

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Julie Billiart Schools are coeducational day schools serving students in grades K-8 from more than 40 school districts throughout Northeast Ohio. They serve students with mild to moderate autism, ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, executive function disorders, and other specific learning disabilities. 


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Koinonia is Northeast Ohio’s leading agency dedicated to ending the social, physical, and economic isolation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and other complex conditions. Founded in 1974, Koinonia provides residential, adult day, and career services. Koinonia serves as a lifeline to true independence, health, meaningful employment, self-esteem, and appreciation.

Lakewood Community Services Center

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Lakewood Community Services Center provides basic needs assistance and personalized resources to empower individuals to move toward greater self-sufficiency. Services include food assistance, housing assistance, youth programs, and senior services.

LEAP (Linking Employment, Abilities & Potential)

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LEAP (Linking Employment, Abilities, and Potential) is an agent of positive change, working to advance participation and equality in society for people with disabilities in Northeast Ohio. Founded more than 40 years ago by people with disabilities, LEAP serves over 1,500 individuals annually and works to promote social change to enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities. LEAP assists people achieve economic self-sufficiency, live independently in their own homes, participate in community life, and find and maintain employment commensurate with their interests and talents. 

Let's Get Real, Inc.

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Let's Get Real provides information, education, and resource assistance to families and loved ones in their journey from addiction to recovery.


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LifeAct provides purposeful mental health education guided by the goal of preventing suicide. Trained, credentialed instructors deliver in-school educational programs, Suicide Prevention and Stress Management, to more than 25,000 Ohio youth every year. Adult Programming, established in 2020, certifies adults in the workplace, educators, and professionals with QPR Training (Question, Persuade, Refer), equipping adults with tools to help save a life from suicide.

Lorain County Free Clinic

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With the support of volunteer doctors, nurses, and other caregivers, the Lorain County Free Clinic provides primary health care, preventative care, chronic disease management, medical tests, specialty referrals, prescription assistance, and health education to low-income individuals and families in Lorain County.

Lorain County Genesis House

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The mission of Genesis House is to provide a comprehensive range of family-focused services for Lorain County victims of domestic violence. They strive to provide tools to survivors and loved ones affected by domestic violence to maximize the victim's opportunity to survive and families to heal, obtain physical and mental well-being while helping them to gain independence, and minimize trauma involved in coping with family violence.

Love, Inc.

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Love In the Name of Christ (Love, Inc.) is a partnership of local Christian churches working in a coordinated way to address and respond to the needs of their neighbors. Love, Inc. connects local churches to the struggles of the community to provide social needs support and improve lives.

Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry

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Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry's Men's Shelter at 2100 Lakeside is the largest shelter in Ohio, serving up to 365 men per night with more beds available at partner sites. LMM staff and social service partners provide services to increase resident self-sufficiency and work with individuals to end their homelessness by finding appropriate housing as soon as possible. 

Malachi Center

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Malachi Center is a community and family resource center serving the Near West Side of Cleveland since 1985. The Center strives to empower individuals to overcome the challenges they face through educational support, social programs, and direct service. The Malachi Center Shower Program provides free showers, toiletry supplies, and clothing. They also operate an after school program for youth that provides tutoring, homework assistance, literacy development, and career exploration.

Malachi House

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Malachi House maintains a pure mission -- to meet residents' immediate and basic human needs of food, shelter, clothing, and comfort. Loving care is supplemented with pet, music, and art therapists to enhance the quality of life for residents. Care at Malachi House is designed to ensure that an individual's final days are as comfortable as possible, emphasizing dignity and respect.

May Dugan Center

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The May Dugan Center provides comprehensive services and programs to individuals and families throughout the Cleveland area with an array of services including: food, clothing, behavioral health counseling, adult education services, job searches, victim services, trauma counseling, and more.

Mental Health & Addiction Advocacy Coalition

The Mental Health & Addiction Advocacy Coalition is a statewide member organization that unifies diverse local voices to advocate with the goals of increasing awareness of issues impacting people with mental illnesses and addiction disorders and advancing policies that positively impact Ohioan affected by mental illnesses and addiction disorders.

NAMI Greater Cleveland

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NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is dedicated to empowering those living with mental illness and their family members to achieve a better quality of life by providing education, support, information, and referrals.  

Neighborhood Alliance

Neighborhood Alliance helps communities grow stronger by meeting critical needs and empowering individuals and families. Neighborhood Alliance provides emergency shelter, homeless outreach, daily meal delivery, nutrition services, socialization activities for seniors, childcare, child enrichment programs, and access to family support programs such as Help Me Grow for those in need.

Neighborhood Family Practice

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Neighborhood Family Practice’s mission is to partner with the community for everyone’s health by providing health care services regardless of ability to pay; treating patients with compassion, dignity and respect; protecting confidentiality; and offering culturally sensitive services and community outreach.  

North Ridgeville Community Care

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North Ridgeville Community Care provides basic needs programs such as a food pantry, clothing and household items, utility and housing assistance, summer lunches, school supplies, Easter baskets, Thanksgiving baskets, a Christmas store, and an Adopt-a-Child program to a range of clients including singles, families and seniors. 

NEOCH (Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless)

Since 1988, the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH) has sought to break the cycle of homelessness in Northeast Ohio. NEOCH exists to eliminate the root causes of homelessness while loving our diverse community through organizing, advocacy, education, and street outreach. NEOCH is a non-profit coalition of service providers, housing activists, members, and people experiencing homelessness.  

Nueva Luz Urban Resource Center

Nueva Luz Urban Resource Center is proud to provide people living with HIV/AIDS the resources needed to receive primary medical care, as well as housing, nutrition, recovery, and legal resources. 
Nueva Luz operates centers in both Cuyahoga and Lorain Counties.

Oberlin Community Services Center

Oberlin Community Services Center is a dynamic organization that seeks to nourish the community in a variety of ways, especially in providing assistant to those among us who are most vulnerable. They provide extensive food programs, direct emergency assistance and casework, education outreach and community building projects.  


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P2R (Place to Recover Training and Resource Center Inc.) collaborates with community providers, recovering communities, and faith-based leaders to support those in recovery and reentering society after incarceration, substance abuse treatment, and other instances arising out of life circumstances.  

Providence House

Providence House protects at-risk children and supports families through crisis, strengthening communities to end child abuse and neglect.

Radical Hospitality

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Radical Hospitality supports seasonal shelter for people experiencing homelessness.

Reach Success Inc.

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Reach Success Inc. prepares returning citizens for release and supports them upon reentry.  

Refugee Services Collaborative of Greater Cleveland

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Refugee Services Collaborative members provide services to refugees all along their path to self-sufficiency within the United States. 

Members include Aspire, Asian Services in Action, Building Hope in the City, Cleveland Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services, Cleveland Heights - University Heights School District, Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cuyahoga County Job and Family Services, El Barrio, Global Cleveland, Lakewood City Schools, Neighborhood Family Practice, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services - Refugee Services, The Refugee Response, U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, and US Together, Inc.

Safe Families for Children Alliance

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Safe Families for Children hosts vulnerable children and creates extended family–like supports for families through a community of devoted volunteers who are motivated by compassion to keep children safe and families intact. 

Scranton Road Ministries Community Development Corp.

Scranton Road Ministries Community Development Corporation is a faith-based, vision-driven non-profit organization, focused on representing and investing in Cleveland’s youth and families, and promoting community-based economic development Scranton Road Promotional.

Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio

Second Harvest works in partnership with 112 partner charities to help those at risk for hunger in our community. Some operate soup kitchens or food pantries. Others include shelters and nonprofit organizations that serve meals or distribute food package. Member programs include food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and supplemental programs throughout a four-county region including Crawford, Erie, Huron, and Lorain.

Seeds of Literacy

Seeds of Literacy provides free, personalized education to empower adults to thrive in our community.

Smart Development, Inc.

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Smart Development, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing services, programs, and resources to meet the needs of the ever growing diverse residents of Greater Cleveland and throughout Cuyahoga County. While we help all in need who come through our doors, we as refugee, immigrant, and minority-leaders have a special emphasis on the Arab/Middle Eastern, Northern-African, and South Asian communities within Greater Cleveland and Cuyahoga County as we come from the community we serve.  


Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Since 1865, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Cleveland has provided person-to-person basic needs emergency assistance to Northeast Ohio's most vulnerable populations – low-income children and adults, the elderly, the sick and the homeless--throughout the Diocese of Cleveland's eight-county service area of Ashland, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Summit, and Wayne counties.  

St. Herman House - Focus Cleveland

St. Herman House – Focus Cleveland shelters and supports homeless men on the path to well-being and independence and meets the basic needs of people in our community.  

St. Paul’s Community Outreach

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St. Paul U.C. C. Community Outreach assists and encourages individuals in need by providing safe space to identify and make positive life choices. Their vision is to provide energy, direction, and resources to ensure that all people in our neighborhood can realize their full potential.

Stella Maris

Stella Maris’ mission is to provide quality chemical dependency treatment and mental health services to our community regardless of race, gender, religion, or ability to pay.

The City Club

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The City Club serves Greater Cleveland, the State of Ohio, and the nation with programs that convene leaders, engage citizens, and provide all of our communities with opportunities to learn and participate in spirited dialogue on the issues that shape our future.

The City Mission

The City Mission empowers men, women, and children in crisis to overcome their unique, complex paths to homelessness. Because no one person’s needs are the same, they create individualized, comprehensive programs to assist clients in building their stabilized and independent future. The City Mission provides basic needs assistance, critical recovery resources, and practical paths to a sustainable future to all seeking help and hope.

Ed Keating Center

The Ed Keating Center provides a chance for sober living to recovering alcoholic and drug-addicted men and women. Sober living services are made available to anyone without regard to their ability to pay for the help they require. 

The Journey Center for Safety and Healing

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The Journey Center for Safety and Healing empowers individuals, educates the community, and advocates for justice to end domestic violence and child abuse. They envision a community in which all people enjoy lives free from violence and abuse and feel safe and secure in their relationships.

The Lantern Center for Recovery

The Lantern Center for Recovery provides quality sober living to the chemically dependent person and educates and assists people with recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. The Lantern offers a 12-step based residential recovery program at no charge to residents.

The Nord Center

The Nord Center provides industry-leading behavioral health programs, prevention, education, and client advocacy that focuses on individual recovery and well-being. 

The Refugee Response

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The Refugee Response empowers resettled families to grow roots and supports them in becoming engaged, self-sufficient, and contributing members of their new communities.

The Road to Hope

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The Salvation Army Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter

The Salvation Army Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter provides emergency shelter for homeless women with children but also accepts intact families, married couples, and men with children. The facility offers residents case management, counseling, clothing, food, and referrals to transitional housing and other programs. 

The Turn

The Turn inspires hope and enhances the health and well-being of people living with physical disabilities in Northeast Ohio.

Trials for Hope

Trials for Hope distributes food and basic needs with dignity to individuals struggling due to food or financial insecurity.

True Freedom Ministries

True Freedom Ministries is dedicated to reaching those in prison, the homeless, and those trapped in addiction.

Urban Community School

Urban Community School strives to break social and economic barriers to success for Cleveland's near west side children by providing an individualized, innovative, and challenging education. Rooted in the Ursuline Sisters’ tradition of faith, character, and educational excellence, UCS engages faculty, families, and community partners in the successful whole child development of their students.

Urban Hope U.C.C.

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Urban Hope is an Ohio City storefront soup kitchen that area Unitarian churches support. It provides a place for needy neighbors to gather inside for a few hours to eat a meal, talk, play cards, and take a shower. 

Ursuline Piazza

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Ursuline Piazza addresses gaps for people living with HIV, targeting those who are low-income and struggling with substance abuse and/or mental illness.  Their mission is educating and supporting HIV positive people to live better, healthier lives.  

U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

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The mission of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants is to protect the rights and address the needs of persons in forced or voluntary migration worldwide and support their transition to a dignified life.

Village Project

The mission of Village Project is to come together as a community of all ages to provide nourishing meals and extended care and service to our neighbors experiencing cancer.

West Shore Meals on Wheels

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West Shore Meals On Wheels is a community-based nonprofit organization that prepares and delivers nutritious meals to residents of Fairview Park, Lakewood, and Rocky River, Ohio.

West Side Catholic Center

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Grounded in faith, hope, love and respect for those they serve, the West Side Catholic Center assists all who come in need of feed, clothing, shelter, advocacy, and a path to self-sufficiency.  

Westlake United Methodist Church

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Westlake United Methodist Church Westside Food Ministries distributes food in the Cleveland area through a community meal drive thru, food delivery service, and food pantries.

Youth Bee Works

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Spreading the wonder of honey bees.  Youth Bee Works seeks to educate, train and bring awareness to people of all ages, especially youth, on the importance of honey bees and how they are essential to our environment and food industry.

Youth Challenge

Youth Challenge brings together young people with physical disabilities and teen volunteers who inspire each other through adapted sports, recreation, and social growth activities.

YWCA of Greater Cleveland - A Place 4 Me

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A Place 4 Me coordinates the planning and implementation of local efforts to improve outcomes for transition-age youth. They prevent homelessness by quickly identifying youth at risk of experiencing homelessness and connect them to resources, provide an array of stable housing options by leveraging federal, state, and local resources, and coordinate supportive services to help young people maintain stable housing, including employment assistance, mentoring, financial capability, and a flexible pool of emergency assistance resources.

YWCA of Greater Cleveland - Norma Herr Center

YWCA Greater Cleveland Norma Herr Women’s Center is Cleveland’s only low-barrier emergency shelter for women ages 18-80. The emergency shelter serves an average of 170 women each night. 

YWCA Greater Cleveland is committed to advancing social and economic mobility. YWCA staff work with women at Norma Herr to navigate the systemic barriers to exiting homelessness such as racism, sexism, and ableism. YWCA also advocates for the systemic change needed to end these inequities and ensure that everyone in our community has access to safe and affordable housing.

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