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.


Senior Citizen Resources Inc.

$45,750

Congregate and Home-Delivered Meals

SCR provides meals at its center through the congregate meal program that also allows seniors to participate in on-site health and socialization programming. For those unable to travel to the center, home-delivered meals are provided to meet the food needs of home-bound seniors.


Nueva Luz Urban Resource Center

$31,250

Youth & Families Wellness Initiative

The initiative aims to provide families on the West Side of Cleveland with opportunities to access martial arts and wellness education while addressing the need for basic food security. Food is distributed to children and families on a weekly basis.


Murtis H. Taylor Multi-Service 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.


May Dugan Center

$16,000

Food, Clothing and Fresh Produce Distribution

The May Dugan Center distributes nutritious food and food supplies to low-income residents of Cleveland’s Near West Neighborhoods. The food distribution program also links vulnerable individuals to wellness services like basic health screenings.


Lakewood Community Services Center

$33,250

Expansion of Emergency Food Assistance

The Emergency Food Assistance program provides food to the community through an on-site pantry where it distributes fresh produce and other food items to those suffering from hunger. The program is also able to link clients to additional, holistic support services through its community partnerships.


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.