Charity & Grassroots in Edgewater

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The staff and partners of Emerald Development and Economic Network (EDEN), Inc. believe that all people need a home. As part of this mission, they maintain a collection of more than 90 properties, group homes, and affordable permanent-housing units across Cuyahoga County for more than 3,500 people with low incomes, a history of homelessness, and qualifying disabilities. In each property, residents maintain the freedom and independence necessary for them to be a part of the greater community, while still receiving access to support services within their building. EDEN property managers regularly work with partner agencies, such as Veteran’s Administration and AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland and Mental Health Services (MHS). In time, tenants can take strength from their newfound stability to get a full-time job, reconnect with family, overcome addictions, or stay off the street.

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7812 Madison Ave
Cleveland,
OH
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In more than two decades, Malachi House has served more than 1,650 people. Many of Malachi House's residents, though in hospice care, are still in need of personal items to maintain their hygiene and health. Malachi House relies completely on donations and other financial contributions to care for its residents and meet housing expenses.

2810 Clinton Ave
Cleveland,
OH
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The Crisis Nursery’s Tuck a Baby in Bed program provides infants with a warm place to sleep and a safe place to stay when a crisis affects their family life or results in homelessness. Babies stay at the shelter between 24 hours and 60 days, until they can safely be sent home or can receive care in a more permanent setting. During their stay, babies receive medical treatment as well as close personal attention and compassion. On average, children reside at the facility for 25 days at a cost of $16 per night.

2037 W 32nd St
Cleveland,
OH
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LAND studio developed out of a merger between ParkWorks, which had been cleaning public spaces, and Cleveland Public Art, which beautified those spaces. Now, operating together as LAND studio, the team helps community groups, government agencies, artists, and local businesses organize and raise funds to execute collaborative plans that shape Cleveland's public spaces in innovative ways. Projects supported by LAND studio include the Public Square redesign, which will make the historical downtown space a more attractive destination for families and workers, and ParkArts, which provides summer arts programs for thousands of children and their parents throughout Cleveland's neighborhood parks.

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1939 West 25th Street
Cleveland,
OH
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Seeds of Literacy empowers adults to succeed in their communities through personal education and free GED preparation. Students work one-on-one with tutors who assist them with all subjects of the GED exam, which includes reading, writing, math, social studies, and science sections. New students of varying academic levels are accepted each week, and the program currently serves more than 1,000 students each year, with more than 250 volunteer tutors.

3104 W 25th St
Cleveland,
OH
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SpitzerCares.org hopes to fund a million meals in 2012 through food pantries, shelters, kids’ cafés, and backpack programs. For every dollar it earns via community car washes, donations, and fundraising events, SpizerCares.org can provide four meals to northern Ohioans in need. Patrons can keep up with the organization’s progress online as a ticker shaped like an apple tallies the number of meals SpitzerCares.org has shelled out so far this year.

13001 Brookpark Road
Cleveland,
OH
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