Daily Archives: September 16, 2015

Youth Challenge

Background

Youth Challenge, located in Westlake, was awarded grant funds to purchase an adaptive transportation van and equipment trailer to be used by children with physical disabilities. Youth Challenge brings together children with physical disabilities and youth volunteers who enrich each other’s lives through one-on-one participation in adapted sports and recreational activities. This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator Steve Payne, owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in the Greater Cleveland area.

September 16th, 2015|Grants|

Providence House, Inc.

Background

Providence House, Inc., received grant funds to purchase items and equipment to support their children’s emergency shelter Wellness program. Providence House, Inc., established in 1981, provides emergency shelter and quality crisis care to children. The mission of Providence House is to fight to end child abuse and neglect by protecting at-risk children, empowering families in crisis and building safe communities for every child. This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operators Paige and Craig Navratil, owners of several McDonald’s restaurants in Greater Cleveland Area.

September 16th, 2015|Grants|

Deepwood Foundation

Background

Deepwood Foundation, located in Mentor, will receive grant funds to purchase adaptive equipment used by children with handicaps and developmental disabilities. Deepwood Foundation’s mission is to empower individuals with developmental disabilities: to enrich the quality of their lives by providing support, advocacy, grants and resources; and to promote community awareness. This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator Allen D. Smith, owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in Lake and Ashtabula counties.

September 16th, 2015|Grants|

Cleveland Christian Home

Background

Cleveland Christian Home was awarded grant funds to purchase equipment and items to support their residential treatment program. Founded in 1900 as an orphanage, today’s Cleveland Christian Home is a non-profit organization specializing in providing treatment for difficult and at-risk child and youth populations, including youth requiring 24-hour supervision and those involved with the juvenile justice system. CCH is a critical organization to Cuyahoga County’s system of community mental health care. This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator Robert J. Jursich, Jr., owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in the Cleveland area.

September 16th, 2015|Grants|