A nonprofit organization is like a complex machine. There are numerous moving parts that all must come together for this machine to run smoothly. From hiring accountable and passionate people that follow necessary processes and
Through a compassionate blend of mental health services, employment training and friendship, Magnolia Clubhouse – a United Way-funded partner – empowers clients to achieve healthier and happier lives.
They see daily success in the accomplishments of
Our "Volunteer Views" series seeks to share United Way of Greater Cleveland's partners who generously give their time and talent through the gift of volunteerism. Their continuous work helps make our community a greater place
By Kathy Matthews, senior program director with Enterprise Community PartnersEvery year, millions of hardworking taxpayers fail to benefit from getting the most out of their taxes. It’s a given that tax time isn’t a time
A new year has never felt more promising. At United Way of Greater Cleveland, we are in a position to transform promise into action against the groundswell of poverty in our region.
The path in 2018
By Peter Orozco, National Urban Fellow, Community Impact at United Way of Greater Cleveland I still remember the night my life changed, leading me down a new path and sculpting me into the person I
With the holidays in full swing, many of us pause to look inward and explore fundamental questions about our place in the world. Have I achieved what I’ve set out to do in my life?
It’s easy to get the attention of kids when you show up in a Santa hat bearing gifts. But on this crisp, snowy night, United Way of Greater Cleveland’s Young Leaders did more than just
The Young Leaders cabinet debuted the latest installment of their Readers Become Leaders room at Harrison Elementary School in Lakewood on Dec. 1.
The funding to install this room came from funds raised at Fall
This is a special story surrounding our #GivingTuesday initiative to raise awareness, funds, in support of the opioid epidemic.“I’m really looking forward to going out to Arizona, and I want to make my family proud.