Posted August 15, 2023 in Articles
Co-op members, neighbors, and visitors to Cleveland gathered at Fairhill Partners on Saturday, Aug. 12 for the Woodhill Community Co-op Conference, a day of workshops and discussions about community ownership.
With funding from the Saint Luke’s Foundation, the Woodhill Community Co-op put on the conference to teach residents about cooperatives and build community among co-ops in Cleveland. Ticket and T-shirt sales from the conference went toward the Woodhill Community Co-op’s startup costs for opening a community-owned laundromat, gathering space, and cafe in the Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood.
A co-op is owned by a group of people who make business decisions together and share profits.... read more
Posted August 01, 2023 in Articles
Based in the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood, EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute offers a six-month culinary arts training program for people returning from prison and jail. Students can even start their training while incarcerated by taking a... read more
Posted August 11, 2021 in Articles
[image:1]In 2018, Cleveland’s Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) received a two-year Choice Neighborhood Planning grant for a robust community engagement process and community needs assessment that would be used to develop a holistic neighborhood transformational... read more
Posted March 10, 2021 in Articles
Near Cleveland’s esteemed University Circle, the city’s center for arts and culture, medicine and academia, are two historic neighborhoods: Buckeye-Woodhill and Glenville. Buckeye-Woodhill is the location of Woodhill Homes, a public housing complex that is... read more
Posted March 26, 2020 in Articles
CLE Purpose Built Communities is unique in its mission to customize and apply the Purpose Built Communities’ holistic model of community revitalization in two Cleveland neighborhoods: Buckeye-Woodhill and Glenville.
CLE Purpose Built Communities is continuing the... read more