Posted September 12, 2023 in News Items
Article by FreshWater Cleveland
“Go big or go home?” Not in the case of Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity’s latest project.
Instead, it is more like this: “Go big and go home!”
On Tuesday, August 29, Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity broke ground in the Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood on the largest project in its history—its $33 million 400 Home Initiative that intends to create housing stability and wealth creation for some of the region’s underserved neighborhoods by 2027.
Of the 400 households that will be impacted, 100 homes will be new construction for low-to-moderate income homebuyers; 50 existing homes will be rehabilitated; and the remaining... read more
Posted September 08, 2023 in News Items
Saint Luke’s Foundation Invests Nearly $1.3 Million in 12 Organizations for Third Quarter 2023
Cleveland, OH – On September 7th the Board of Trustees of the Saint Luke’s Foundation approved the total of nearly $1.3... read more
Posted August 25, 2023 in News Items
CLEVELAND — Kevin Harp is a multidisciplinary visual artist known as Mr. Soul, whose work has been felt worldwide. But that impact began at an early age at Grace Mount Elementary School here in Cleveland.
“I've... read more
Posted August 12, 2023 in News Items
CLEVELAND — These bikers are more than just your average rider.
Organizers tell News 5 they’re riding to make a statement.
“This does a couple things. It dispels this myth that one, African Americans aren’t philanthropic,” said... read more
Posted July 25, 2023 in News Items
Hip Hop Artist Krayzie Bones of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony to Discuss the Influence of Hip Hop on Community Health in Woodhill
The Community Conversation will be held at Morning Star Baptist Church on August 10th
CLEVELAND, OH –... read more