The 2015 Cleveland GiveCamp #CleGC was extremely successful - batting 1.000 in assisting 19 of the 19 non-profits chosen.
Over 200 volunteers donated their tech skills to create websites, apps and more for 19 local non-profit organizations. The volunteers worked around the clock in one weekend at Burke Lakefront Airport and LeanDog's boat in Cleveland.
First for all you GiveCampers who are looking at this. Yes, I know the Great Lakes Geek site needs an update from my old HTML that I did in Notepad. Maybe next week. Yeah, right.
Mark Schumann served as MC and kept the presentations moving (in his own inimitable way).
Here is a short video of each of the projects in alphabetical order.
Adaptive Sports Program of Ohio was established to promote the health and wellness of individuals with physical disabilities by providing competitive and recreational adaptive sport opportunities throughout the State of Ohio.
Akron Community Center and Urban League got a new website courtesy of the volunteers of Cleveland GiveCamp 2015.
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. This is the new website developed for the Towpath Trilogy Race Series for the Canalway Partners.
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation maintains, grows and manages the 30 (and growing) Cultural Gardens along MLK and East Boulevards. Thanks to GiveCamp, the city and all its visitors now have a mobile friendly app that uses GPS to navigate the Gardens and the statues, monuments and other features within.
The Cleveland Furniture Bank provides basic home furnishings to those in need in Northeast Ohio.
The Cleveland International Hall of Fame recognizes people who have made lasting and significant contributions to our multicultural society - and hopes to inspire a new generation of leaders. This is their new website.
East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation got a new website at GiveCamp 2015.
East Side Organizing Project is a non-profit HUD-approved housing and financial counseling agency whose mission is to foster the economic empowerment of disenfranchised communities through outreach, education and advocacy.
Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival showcases regional, national and international urban culture and provides a platform for talented minority independent filmmakers, screenwriters and actors of greater Cleveland.
Jason Madachy Foundation is a 501-C3 non-profit established to provide stethoscopes to first year medical students.
Lake/Geauga Educational Assistance Foundation provides one-on-one college information, financial aid counseling and workshops, a resource center and scholarship directory, test preparation assistance, campus trips and LEAF scholarships.
Malachi House of Hope serves persons who are terminally ill, without regard to gender, race, religion or national origin and without cost to the resident or family.
Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition got a new website at GiveCamp 2015.
Opportunity for People Everywhere in Need Ministry is a faith-based ministry that helps people meet the spiritual and physical challenges of living with scarce resources. They are committed to feed the hungry, care for the sick, nurture children, build families, and strengthen the community
CAN Journal for arts and artists is part of St. Clair Superior Development Corporation.
They now have a website for artists and the arts.
Towards Employment mission is to empower individuals to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency through employment.
TrueNorth Cultural Arts provides an exciting variety of both fine arts and performing arts programming in partnership with Lorain County Metro Parks.
Urban Vision Ministry got a new website at GiveCamp 2015.
Veggie U is a unique 5-week program taught in the Life Science module of elementary school, usually third or fourth grade. The program comes complete with 25 standards based lessons and all the components needed to grow a garden right in the classroom.
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