Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland

$82,750

Hunger Relief

HNGC provides food through its 75 neighborhood-based food pantries and hot meal sites. Each of these sites serves as a hub within its neighborhood, providing nutritious food to individuals of all ages who are unable to meet their basic food needs.


Harvard Community Services Center

$51,000

Successful Aging Collaborative/Food Stability

The Collaborative provides meals to low-income seniors on Cleveland’s East Side. Seniors are able to access food and other programs through congregate meals or home-delivered meals for those unable to travel.


East End Neighborhood House

$51,000

Successful Aging Collaborative/Food Stability

The Collaborative provides meals to low-income seniors on Cleveland’s East Side. Seniors are able to access food and other programs through congregate meals or home-delivered meals for those unable to travel.


Centers for Families and Children

$79,000

Food Stability

The Centers offers food to is clients in a variety of ways to alleviate hunger in Greater Cleveland. Some of these distribution methods include a Mobile Food Pantry, screening and enrollment in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and meal provision at its childcare centers.


Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging

$60,500

Food Stability

This program responds to the issue of hunger among older adults by provided home-delivered meals for those who are home-bound and congregate meals at its seven senior centers in Cuyahoga County. These programs not only increase older adults’ access to nutritious food but also decrease isolation and connections to community supports.


Asian Services In Action Inc.

$24,750

Emergency Food Assistance

ASIA provides emergency food assistance to low-income Asian American, Pacific Islander, and other immigrant and refugee households in Greater Cleveland. The program distributes culturally appropriate food to meet the dietary needs of the community ensuring no one goes hungry.