Effective July 2017!
Click the links in the organization names below to check out their websites:
The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio
Since 1927, The Diversity Center has worked to eliminate bias, bigotry, and racism, to create communities where everyone is connected, respected, and valued.
Friends of the Cleveland Kennel
Founded in 2003, Friends of the Cleveland Kennel (F.O.C.K.) provides the necessary medical and general care to the dogs and cats in need at Cleveland Animal Care & Control (CACC), while working to reduce intake numbers and save lives by providing affordable resources and education to Cleveland residents.
Friday, June 24, 2016
11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Windows on the River
200 Sycamore Street
Cleveland, OH 44113
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A table includes 8 tickets.
Community Shares has begun it's 2015-16 campaign. To get involved and start a campaign in your workplace, please get in touch with us.
An organization committed to not only serving individuals, but helping them improve the community in which they live through education and teaching productive change.
Members of Greater Cleveland Community Shares elected new board members at our Annual Meeting held Thursday, June 25th, 2015.
The new Member Directors are: LASHORN CALDWELL of Union Miles Development Corporation and MOLLY KAPLAN of Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center.
The new Community Director is VERLYN SALTERS, who works at Friendly Inn Settlement House.
The Incumbent Member Directors are: CYNTHIA BROOKINS of St. Clair Superior Development Corporation, DIANA CYGANOVICH of Cogswell Hall, JOY JOHNSON of Burten, Bell, Carr Development Inc., DEB KLINE of Cleveland Jobs with Justice, MELISSA MILLER of Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation, andYVONNE OLIVER of UHCAN Ohio.
They will join current board members: MICHAEL BASKIN, MARY JANE CHICHESTER, TERESA DEW, MARY ELLEN GARDNER-TURNER, MATTHEW HAREN, GWENDOLYN JONES, PAULA KAMPF, LINDA KIMBLE and JOAN PFINGSTEN.
Phyllis Harris, executive director of the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland, and Timothy Tramble, executive director of Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc., have been chosen to be part of a panel that will make 10 appointments to the Community Police Commission. The commission will then make recommendations to the police chief on practices and policies that can help strengthen relations between officers and the communities that they protect. Click here to read more.
Natalie Leek-Nelson, President and CEO at Providence House, was recognized in Crain's Cleveland Business as one of the 2015 "Women of Note". Click here to read the article on Natalie and Providence House. Natalie's engaging TEDxCLE talk is available online now at http://www.tedxcle.com/natalie-leek-nelson/.
Adoption Network Cleveland recently announced their support of the quest for marriage equality, citing that marriage equality should expand the options for children in need of adoptive families and provide further stability and legal standing to same sex families already in existence. Click here for more.
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