This is a special story surrounding our #GivingTuesday initiative to raise awareness, funds, in support of the opioid epidemic.“United Way’s dollars allowed me to participate in a program that gave me so many skills that
This is a special two-part story surrounding our #GivingTuesday initiative to raise awareness, funds, in support of the opioid epidemic.This is Part II of Jody Robinson’s story. Jody is in prison and begins to find
This is a special two-part story surrounding our #GivingTuesday initiative to raise awareness, funds, in support of the opioid epidemic.
This is the story of a parolee and ex-offender who spent more than two decades battling
Our "Corporate Caring" series seeks to share United Way of Greater Cleveland's partners who hold workplace campaigns, special events, volunteers programs and more that work to make our community a greater place to live, work
On October 25, more than 30 young professionals gathered at GE Lighting headquarters in Nela Park in East Cleveland to attend the United Way Young Leaders’ speaker series.
This installment featured Bill Lacey, president and CEO
We all know ALICE. They’re the hard-working people who make us feel at home in our communities. They’re the cashier at your grocery store; the waitress at your favorite restaurant; the teller at your local
Cleveland.com recently began a new series called “A Greater Cleveland,” highlighting the issue of generational poverty. The first article focused on children living in King Kennedy, a public housing complex on Cleveland’s east side. Kids
By Zerrine K. Bailey, Healthy Schools program manager, Cleveland Metropolitan School District
In early August, the Alliance for a Healthier Generation launched the America's Healthiest Schools campaign, recognizing 323 schools across the country that are creating healthier
By Seeds of Literacy Executive Director, Bonnie Entler
Seeds of Literacy is a nationally accredited non-profit organization that provides free basic education and GED® preparation to adults in the Cleveland area. Seeds believes that the root
It’s that time of year when our children head back to school, the days become shorter and we start looking forward to all that fall has to offer our beautiful midwestern city. It’s also the