The Cleveland Foundation (OH)



Established in 1914, the Cleveland Foundation is the world's first community foundation and the nation's third-largest today.


The foundation improves the lives of Greater Clevelanders now and for generations to come by building community endowment, addressing needs through grantmaking, and providing leadership on vital issues.

Assets and Giving for Cleveland Foundation

Assets

2019 - 2,266,165,971
2018 - 2,008,984,578
2017 - 2,118,894,711
Domestic Grants

2019 - 154,174,992
2018 - 98,857,711


    

Recent News from Cleveland Foundation


Grand Unveiling of Aura at Innovation Square: Elevating Living in Cleveland'S Fairfax Neighborhood
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation, George Gund Foundation

If you're in Cleveland and can't afford to live near the Cleveland Clinic, you may want to consider moving to Aura at Innovation Square, a new $26 million apartment complex that's set to open in...more

30 Nonprofit Leaders Who Will Impact the World in 2024
Foundation: Lumina Foundation, Cleveland Foundation

If you're looking for someone to throw your hat in the ring for president in 2024, you'd better get in touch with Jean Paul Laurent. The president and CEO of UNSPOKEN SMILES has been named one of...more

Cleveland Foundation gives 36 Black organizations over $1.3 million - TheGrio
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

The grants come from the Cleveland Black Futures Fund, founded in the wake of the George Floyd protests to promote and increase the capacity...more

Cleveland Foundation Gives 36 Black Organizations over $1.3 Million
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

The Cleveland Foundation is putting its money where its mouth is. The foundation, which serves black families in the Cleveland area, has given out more than $1.3 million in grants to 36 black...more

Essence Is Celebrating Black Philanthropy Month This August By Delving Into What It Means ...
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

"African Americans have been very uncomfortable with the title of philanthropist," Jackie Bouvier Copeland writes on the Black Philanthropy Month website. "This disassociation is incredibly...more

Philanthropy Boosts Manufacturing in Areas with High Job Vacancies
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

Manufacturers in Cleveland and other cities are dealing with a retiring workforce that's left thousands of jobs...more

Philanthropy helps boost manufacturing in areas with high job vacancies - WAVY.com
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

Philanthropy is investing millions of dollars in the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network, a Cleveland nonprofit consulting group that's...more

Philanthropy helps boost manufacturing in areas with high job vacancies - AOL
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

Mary Lamar had been searching for a job that was a good fit. Now Lamar, who lives in Cleveland, operates a stamping press, churning out...more

Philanthropy helps boost manufacturing in areas with high job vacancies - Telegraph Herald
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

CLEVELAND — Mary Lamar had been searching for a job that was a good...more

Philanthropy helps boost manufacturing in areas with high job vacancies - WFMJ.com
Foundation: Cleveland Foundation

Manufacturers in Cleveland and other cities, including Buffalo, Chicago, and Milwaukee, are dealing with a retiring workforce that's left thousands...more



Social Enterprise Network Sites


Co-founders William Mann and David Mravyan devised the Sensimat during a mandatory project for their MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada. Sensimat is a device that helps manage and assess pressure among wheelchair users.




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