Asian Services In Action Inc.

$39,466

Financial Capability Program

Helps low-income immigrants and refugees learn to navigate the US financial system, cultivate healthy financial habits, establish a positive credit history, and build assets. Program provides in-language financial education, one-on-one financial coaching and credit counseling; peer lending circles; and homebuyer’s education and assistance.


Applewood Centers Inc.

$43,207

Violence Prevention

This program integrates evidence-based psychoeducational groups called Girls Circle and The Council of Boys and Young Men into schools with at-risk youth. These groups teach self esteem, skills for dealing with strong emotions and managing anger, and skills for helping teens build strong social support networks.


A Place 4 Me

$55,000

Youth Homelessness Prevention Collaborative

A Place 4 Me is a county-wide public/private collaborative established to lead a coordinated effort to end homelessness for youth exiting the foster-care system, a population that experiences high rates of homelessness. The collaborative brings organizations together to provide holistic, coordinated programming for this special population.


Care Alliance Health Center

$33,000

Patient Assistance Program

Care Alliance focuses its services on individuals experiencing homelessness, residents of public housing and other underserved populations. This program works with patients outside the exam room to help them navigate the health care system, access the prescriptions needed and improve client health


Achievement Centers For Children

$62,609

Comprehensive Therapy Services

Using a holistic team, therapists develop a treatment plan with the input of the child’s physicians and family and provide comprehensive services to families, combines therapy, education, family support and recreation in a single service plan designed to meet the needs of each family.


Cleveland Sight Center

$45,250

Transportation Access

CSC provides transportation services for adults and children who are blind, have visual impairments, or have multiple disabilities and participate in CSC programming. As individuals with visual impairments often cannot drive, this is a large barrier for their successful participation and quality of life.


West Side Community House

$68,250

Healthy Aging

WSCH offers congregate and home-delivered meals to seniors in the community. These meals also serve as an opportunity to engage seniors and meet their socialization needs.


West Side Community House

$50,000

Meal and Pantry Programs

WSCC provides a daily meal to those in extreme poverty or facing homelessness. In addition to meeting the hunger needs of this population, the program is able to distribute clothing, provide showers and link clients to other needed community resources. The program also operates a mobile food pantry.


West Side Catholic Center

$50,000

Meal and Pantry Programs

WSCC provides a daily meal to those in extreme poverty or facing homelessness. In addition to meeting the hunger needs of this population, the program is able to distribute clothing, provide showers, and link clients to other needed community resources. The program also operates a Mobile Food Pantry.


University Settlement

$49,500

Basic Needs for Seniors

The core component of this program is food and nutrition for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Using a congregate meal model, the program is also able to meet the food needs of seniors while providing socialization and health-focused services. For home-bound seniors, the program delivers groceries.