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2017 Campaign Videos
“Stand Together” is United Way’s anthem for a new era. It shows how our 104-year-old institution draws people together around one simple mission: helping others. It is a testament to the dedication and commitment each of us feels toward our community and the Greater Clevelanders we call our neighbors. Ultimately, it’s about the WHY. WHY do our volunteers work tirelessly, WHY do people donate. WHY do Greater Clevelanders seem to have a greater capacity for caring … loving … giving, and WHY we’re all better off when neighbors help neighbors.
2016 Campaign Videos
United Way of Greater Cleveland’s 2-1-1 service puts an incredible array of expertise and resources at the community’s fingertips. Here is an insightful glance into the hearts and minds of the people who answer the calls and help find solutions, 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Larry Bailey is a disabled veteran who can testify to the impact of our CMSD Wraparound program. Mr. Bailey says parents are more engaged and students are thriving — and the numbers back up his observations!
Tyeishia was living in her car with her two-year-old daughter when she learned of New Bridge, offering free tuition for a health care certification. Her success story is a powerful example of someone who is working her way up in the world — with a little help from United Way.
Police in Cleveland see dozen of children each day who need immediate and long-term trauma counseling. United Way funded programs at Frontline ensure these kids get the help they need — and offer help for moms, too.
2015 Campaign Videos
Our mission of advancing education, income and health are connected in complicated ways, but also they are wonderfully elemental.
The Baldwin Wallace Scholars program is clearing a strategic path to college for a group of young men at John Adams High School who previously had not considered college an option.
Family stability and long-term housing are two of the keys to success for kids in school. The Family Success Initiative is providing ways for low-income families to achieve the American dream: home ownership.
A lack of access to healthy food is contributing to a 24-year life expectancy discrepancy in neighboring Cleveland communities. A junior nutrition program, Cornucopia, in the Kinsman neighborhood is working to change that.
Thank You from United Way