Cleveland GiveCamp 2014
21 Non-Profits Helped
July 18-20, 2014
The 2014 Cleveland GiveCamp was extremely successful - batting 1.000 in assisting 21 of ther 21 non-profits chosen.
I did not plan on filming the closing ceremony synopses so did not set up a tripod or even get a close enough seat. So the videos are shaky and blocked by people occasionally. But they show enough for you to get an idea of what was done for the 21 groups.
Next year I will have the tripod and a clear shot. Here are short videos (Andy Craze was in charge of keeping the presentations short) of each of the projects in alphabetical order.
Canalway Partners link the considerable natural and cultural assets of the Canalway using the Towpath Trail network, America's Byway and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
The Cleveland Disc Association (CDA) is a non-profit organization that promotes healthy living through the sport of Ultimate Frisbee. They run leagues, tournaments and youth programs throughout North East Ohio.
Computers Assisting People (CAP) volunteers have refurbished over 15,000 PCs and countless peripherals and donated them to over 450 schools and non-profits in the Cleveland area.
The Mission of Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is to empower individuals, educate the community and advocate for justice to end domestic violence and child abuse.
Edwins Leadership & Restaurant Institute is a unique approach at giving formerly-incarcerated adults a foundation in the hospitality industry while providing a support network necessary for a successful reentry. EDWINS goals is to enhance the community of Cleveland's vulnerable neighborhoods by providing its future leaders.
Emerald Development & Economic Network, Inc. (EDEN) provides, operates, and advocates for safe, decent, affordable housing and support services for persons living with disabilities or special needs who have low incomes and may be experiencing homelessness.
The mission of Engage! Cleveland is to attract, engage and retain young, diverse talent to Greater Cleveland by connecting young professionals, employers, civic and non-profit organizations.
The Euclid Symphony Orchestra cultivates community through music, fosters appreciation of orchestral music, educates children about the orchestral genre and provides an outlet for musicians to perform and develop musicianship.
For the Love of Pits focus their rescue efforts on homeless pit bulls. The dogs they rescue often have experienced the most horrific abuse at the hands of, or severe neglect by, humans. Their mission is to restore, preserve and protect the prestigious legacy of the pit bull dog and to improve the environment in which pit bulls and their owners live.
Lake Erie Ink: a writing space for youth is a not for profit 501(c)3 that provides creative expression opportunities and academic support to youth in the Greater Cleveland community.
Lakewood Alive is a resident-based organization that was founded to advocate citizen engagement in economic development issues.
Lorain County Habitat for Humanity's mission is Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes conserves a natural area, connects people with nature and inspires environmental stewardship.
The Galen Foundation dba PeopleBeatingCancer is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded by David Emerson, a cancer survivor from Cleveland, Ohio. PeopleBeatingCancer's mission is to demystify cancer-mind, body and soul.
The Portage Foundation's mission is to acquire, manage, and dispense charitable assets for the benefit of Portage County citizens. In more than 10 years, they have awarded more than $75,000 to over 35 different programs and have raised a quarter of a million dollars.
Founded in 1989, Reaching Heights mobilizes community resources to foster highly valued public schools that provide all Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District students a successful education.
South Street Ministries' mission is Unlikely Partners Taking Shared Risks to Renew Our Community for Christ's Sake.
Suicide Prevention Education Alliance (SPEA) teaches teens to be the "first line of defense" in preventing suicide, since teens who make a plan to end their life tell a friend.
University Settlement is a neighborhood center that provides social services to residents of the Broadway/Slavic Village neighborhood in southeast Cleveland.
West Side Community House (WSCH) was founded in 1890 as the Methodist Deaconess Home of Cleveland. WSCH has operated as a private, nonsectarian nonprofit social service agency since 1964 to meet the needs of the community residents by providing an array of model programs and services for children, families and older adults.
Zygote Press is an artist workshop promoting contemporary fine-art printing. Through advocacy, exhibitions, community programs, and affordable, professional workspace, Zygote stimulates collective exchange.
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