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The Greater Cleveland Hospital Association

Listening Development Centre of Cleveland, Inc.

Eye glasses, medical equipment and dentures for medically indigent patients (over two years) 50,000

Start-up support

Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association

munity Challenge

Help Yourself Program of Greater Cleveland Welfare Rights Organization to provide employment readiness training for welfare recipients (second year) 3,500 Neighborhood Centers Month in May 1986 5,000

attempts to steer

Harambee: Services toBlack Families

kids into drug-free

Training of prospective adoptive parents (second year) 16,111

Rocky R iver’s Com­

Cuyahoga Associationfor Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities

activities and offers

Start-up funds for The Amigo Club

on weekends.

1,500

Cuyahoga County Department ofHuman Services, Social Services Division Crippled and handicapped children’s fund “ Give-A-Christmas” Program

“safe rides” home

Cuyahoga County Regional Planning Commission

6,999

Interchurch Council of Greater Cleveland Jewish Family Service Association

Divorce Equity, Inc. Part Two of the Schools Project: A Series of Inservice Workshops in four area schools

Lake County Societyfor Crippled Chil­ dren and Adults, Inc., Mentor, Ohio

Family and Community Services of Catholic Charities, Kent, Ohio Emergency Assistance Network of Northeast Ohio (second year) 10,000

Federationfor Community Planning Administration of the charitable portion of the supermarket settlement (fifth year) 5,309 Child Day Care Planning Project (third and fourth years) 150,000 Community Intrafamily Sexual Abuse Project (third year) 28,000 Monitoring the local impact of federal budget cuts (over two years) 9,600 Survey of voter attitudes concerning health and human services 5,000

Capital campaign and program expansion

42,000

Lake County YMCA, Painesville, Ohio Operating support

1,000

Lake Erie Girl Scout Council Operating support Upgrade Camp Lejnar (over three years)

500 100,000

Teen pregnancy prevention program coordinator for West Side Adolescent Services Network

6,736

Near West Side Multi-Service Center Program support (over two years)

21,732 4,670

Parmadale-St. Anthony Youth Services Village 100,000

Project IMPACT, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts 10,000

Providence House Capital campaign to enlarge facility

50,000

Retired Senior Volunteer Program of Cleveland, Inc. Expansion of the senior volunteer corps 7,255

Rocky River Community Challenge Youth advocate coordinator of drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs (over three years) 74,967

The Benjamin Rose Institute Operating support

35,000

Servicesfor Independent Living or Study of physical education curricula fo 33,630

The Societyfor Crippled Children of Cuyahoga County, Inc. Heman Early Education and Development Program (HEED) 40,310

Amasa Stone House, Inc. Operating support

Federation of Catholic Community Services Computer software to coordinate system management 15,300 People Helping People program for the bereaved and families of the mentally ill (over two years) 18,700 The Interchurch Council's emergency soup kitchens, which serve 72,000 persons a year, would have shut down last winter without Founda­ tion help.

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Merrick House

Post-placement services program for adoptive parents

Coordinated services for alcoholics and their families (third year) 18,000

43,000

Escrow funds for a new independent living building in Parma 10,000

Capital campaign

Camperships for children with physical or medical problems 20,000

Emergency Congregate Meals Program (over three years) 59,682

Planning for recreational programming for special populations 4,400

Maximum Independent Living

Conference on the Black Family

The Hiram House 8,000 5,500

The Loudan Home, Findlay, Ohio Operating support for a home for unwed 5,000 mothers (second year)*

Olivet Institutional Baptist Church

Health Hill Hospitalfor Children Recruitment and training of foster parents for children with special medical needs

15,000

35,000

Cleveland Foundation – 1986 Annual Report