By Jen, Why CLE? blogger (reposted with permission from the author)
There’s a superhero in each of us and on Wednesday, June 27, the United Way of Greater Cleveland wants to celebrate that!
Heroes Unite will take over Public Square to celebrate
“Community Impact is excited to report that we have successfully reestablished the John K. Mott - Youth Fund Distribution Committee (YFDC). United Way’s youth philanthropy program enlists motivated high school juniors and seniors to take
His parents didn’t understand why, but the spirited toddler who always appeared content and expressive began to change.
After several months of doctor appointments and testing, the heart-breaking conclusion would force Logan Mehic’s family to confront
As we approach the end of April, we reflect back on an important month of awareness -- Sexual Assault Awareness Month. With the #MeToo movement still garnering great support and furthering the mission of empowering countless
By Jamal Robinson, IT systems engineer, Progressive Insurance
“Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing to help others?" A quote from Martin Luther King, Jr., a civil rights activist I most admire.
All she wanted was to be in school, learning new things with other kids her age. Instead, troubling family circumstances forced Teresa to assume the responsibilities of a parent when she was still just a
By Maryann Kuzila, LPCC-S, Neighborhood Family Practice behavioral health therapist
Our patients report feeling very supported by our team approach to their care. At NFP, it’s our belief that everyone deserves access to care regardless of
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It’s hard to imagine the slight frame of Tracie Chandler supporting 240 pounds. But for years that’s the burden she endured—a burden that led to a debilitating combination of physical and mental health problems that