RE: Cleveland City Council’s Increased Investment in the Right to Counsel Program We commend and thank Cleveland City Council, Cleveland City Council President Blaine Griffin, and Mayor Justin Bibb for electing to increase this year’s funding allocation for the Right to Counsel program led by Legal Aid and United Way to $500,000. Earlier this year,
CLEVELAND (March 1, 2022) – United Way of Greater Cleveland today announced the appointment of Michael Brown as senior director of Human Resources. In this role, he will have broad responsibility for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s Human Resources strategy, planning, and initiatives, including talent acquisition, employee relations, performance management, organizational learning and succession
United Way of Greater Cleveland’s 211 Navigators Serve as Lifelines to the Community on National 211 Day and Every Day
Last year, United Way’s 211 connected more than 213,000 callers with the resources they need from COVID-19 vaccination assistance to food and shelter Residents across Cuyahoga and Geauga counties receive 24/7 access to free confidential counsel and resources CLEVELAND: (February 11, 2022) – Today, United Way of Greater Cleveland marked National 211 Day, celebrating the organization’s 29
Independent Evaluation of The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and United Way of Greater Cleveland’s Right to Counsel Program Highlights Benefits, Preliminary Return on Community Investment
93% OF CLEVELAND FAMILIES SEEKING TO AVOID AN EVICTION OR INVOLUNTARY MOVE WERE SUCCESSFUL IN ACHIEVING THIS Independent Firm Stout Preliminarily Estimates Eviction Right to Counsel may have saved the City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County $4.7 million in social safety net costs in 2021 CLEVELAND: This week, The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and
Cleveland (Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022) – Today, Mayor Justin Bibb, Council President Blaine A. Griffin, Cleveland Clinic CEO and President Tom Mihaljevic, M.D., and August Napoli, United Way of Greater Cleveland’s President and CEO and Lead Safe Coalition steering committee member announced a major funding announcement toward ensuring Cleveland homes are lead safe. The Cleveland
Application For Public or Private Voluntary Agencies Interested in Applying For Emergency Food And Shelter Program Funds
The Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) was created in 1983 to supplement and expand the work of local social service agencies, both nonprofit and governmental, in an effort to help people with economic emergencies (not disaster-related emergencies). EFSP funds are open to all organizations helping people who are experiencing hunger and homelessness. EFSP funds
United Way of Greater Cleveland Appoints Kenneth Surratt Vice President of Community Investment And Chief Investment Officer
Media contact: Katie Connell, United Way of Greater Cleveland: 404.895.5513 and email@example.com Organization Also Announces Community Investment Team Promotions and New Hire CLEVELAND (Oct. 11, 2021) – August A. (“Augie”) Napoli, president and CEO of United Way of Greater Cleveland, announced today the appointment of Kenneth L. (“Ken”) Surratt as vice president of Community Investment
KeyBank Foundation Invests $2.1 Million To Help United Way Of Greater Cleveland Fight Systemic Poverty
The KeyBank Foundation announced today a philanthropic investment of $2.1 million in United Way of Greater Cleveland. This investment will take place over three years and is part of KeyBank’s $40 billion National Community Benefits Plan, which is symbolic of the bank’s longstanding commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. It will support United Way’s Community Hub for Basic Needs.
Cleveland Clinic Commits $2.5 Million To Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition to Advance Lead Poisoning Prevention Efforts With United Way Of Greater Cleveland
The Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition has received a $2.5 million gift from Cleveland Clinic to the Lead Safe Home Fund. The five-year financial commitment will help support a collaboration with United Way of Greater Cleveland to remove harmful sources of lead exposure from local homes.
United Way of Greater Cleveland Partners with Leading Hospitals and Healthcare Insurers to Bring Health Innovation to Clevelanders
United Way of Greater Cleveland, The Rose Centers for Aging Well and 11 hospital and health insurance partners today announced the launch of the Collaborative Investments + Health program, an innovative and sustainable investment strategy that brings together hospital networks, Medicaid managed care providers, and other stakeholders to collaborate on and lead programs designed to improve the lives of Clevelanders.