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Good Samaritan Grants 2016

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This page features our Good Samaritan Grants 2016. The Good Samaritan Grants Program responds to our community’s challenge of ensuring that its residents can meet their basic needs. Learn more about the Good Samaritan Grants Program.

Good Samaritan Grants 2016

 

  • All Faiths Pantry, Parma, groceries for seniors, $5,000
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland, safe passage for at-risk youth, $5,000
  • Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeastern Ohio, bed and bedding for children in need, $5,000
  • Catholic Charities Corporation, Cleveland, meals and pantry programs, $5,000
  • Community Re-Entry CCMS/WREN Case Management Support Services, Cleveland, $5,000
  • Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center, Cleveland, emergency domestic violence shelter, $5,000
  • Epilepsy Association, Cleveland, emergency assistance program, $5,000
  • Family Promise of Greater Cleveland, meal assistance for homeless families, $5,000
  • Front Steps Housing and Services, Cleveland, back to school project, $5,000
  • JD Breast Cancer Foundation Project Lifeline, Cleveland, emergency financial assistance for women undergoing breast cancer treatment, $5,000
  • Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry, Cleveland, Lakeside emergency men’s shelter, $5,000
  • Malachi Center, Cleveland, basic needs for homeless shower and family progams, $5,000
  • Malachi House, Cleveland, residential care for terminally ill low-income and homeless populations, $5,000
  • Project H.O.P.E. of Cleveland, outreach for prevention and empowerment, $5,000
  • Providence House, Cleveland, identification and transportation support for clients, $5,000
  • Shoes and Clothes for Kids, Cleveland, buying and distribution program, $5,000
  • St. Paul’s Community Outreach, Cleveland, homeless basic needs program, $5,000
  • The Garfield Human Development Corporation, Cleveland, food pantry and community night food assistance programs, $5,000
  • Thea Bowman Center, Cleveland, sustaining food pantry for Mt. Pleasant residents, $5,000
  • West Side Catholic Center, Cleveland, resource center basic needs programs, $5,000

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