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Catholic Charities Corporation

400 Benefit of aged persons 3,000 Benefit of Parmadale-St. Anthony Youth Services Village 9,583

CEDUFoundation, Inc., Colton, California Centerfor Human Services

2,862 238

Counseling Division 35,144 Day Nursery Association of Cleveland 3,879 Family Preservation Program 2,000

Child Conservation Council of Greater Cleveland Big Buddy/Little Buddy program


Child Guidance Center Children Forever Haven The Children's Aid Society


Industrial Home

Transitional Housing Inc. Program development director (second year)


United Service Organizations, Inc. Outreach program (over two years)


United Way ofLake County Inc., Painesville, Ohio General support


United Way Services Comprehensive Community Education Pro­ gram within Cuyahoga County Department of Human Services (over two years) 80,588

West Side Community Mental Health Center Volunteer Involvement Program (third year)


West Side Ecumenical Ministry Start-up support of a Crisis Co-operative Program

WomenSpace Women at Work Exposition 1986

The YoungMen's Christian Association of Cleveland “ Shoes for Kids’’ project

Alcoholism Services of Cleveland, Inc. American Bible Society New York, New York American Red Cross, Greater Cleveland Chapter Beech Brook Beliefaire Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland, Inc. Big Brothers Program

J51 621

414 62,446

Children’s Services 670 Christ Episcopal Church 1,528 The Church Home 6,247 The Church ofthe Saviour, United Methodist 4,992 Cleveland Christian Home, Inc. 2,470 City of Cleveland, Director ofPublic Safety Prevention of delinquency among boys 542

6,191 52,187 6,485


Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center 44,585 The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Society Foundation 34 Research and application of psychoanalysis and support projects 65,079

The Cleveland Society Boy Scouts ofAmerica, Greater for the Blind 225,998 Cleveland Council No. 440 129 Research or any other purpose 17,278 35,303 Boys and Girls Clubs of Sight Center 500 Greater Cleveland, Inc. 897 Volunteer braille transcribers 2,879 5,000 Eliza Bryant Center 16,766 Cuyahoga County Department ofHuman Services Special client needs 12,000

The Young Women’s Christian Association of Cleveland Implementation of strategic plan (over three years)

(Following recipients and programs desig­ nated by donor and for general support unless otherwise noted)





East End Neighborhood House 2 ,879 Fairmount Presbyterian Church 10,807 Federationfor Community Planning 3,504 Community Information/Volunteer Action Center (CIVAC) 2,760 Needy and deserving families and children 1,133

The First Congregational Church of Sonoma, Sonoma, California 129


The West Side Y ’s new Hispanic Center w ill offer everythingfrom swimming lessons and vocational training to English as a second language.

Cleveland Foundation – 1986 Annual Report