Daily Archives: February 23, 2017

First Glance

First Glance located in Akron will receive funding to purchase items and equipment to support their recreational activities for youth. First Glance is a youth center that operates in the Kenmore neighborhood of Akron.  This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator John Blickle, owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in the Akron area.

February 23rd, 2017|Grants|

Neighborhood Alliance

Neighborhood Alliance located in Elyria received grant funds to purchase items and equipment for their Child Enrichment Services Greenhouse Classroom project. Neighborhood Alliance serves as a safety net for the community by meeting the basic needs of its most vulnerable citizens, while raising aspirations and offering pathways to enhance and improve their lives and the lives of their children.  This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Operations Manager Awanda King, who manages 26 McDonald’s restaurants in Northeast and Northwest Ohio.

February 23rd, 2017|Grants|

Rabbit Run Community Arts Association

Rabbit Run Community Arts Association located in Madison will receive funding to purchase equipment to support their Youth Theater Programs. The mission of Rabbit Run Community Arts Association is to provide to people of all ages in Northeast Ohio the opportunity to participate in quality and affordable programs, education and presentations in the visual and performing arts.  This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator Allen Smith, owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in Lake and Ashtabula Counties.

February 23rd, 2017|Grants|

The Gathering Place

The Gathering Place location in Westlake, received grant funding to purchase items and equipment to support their Children’s Playroom project in their new Westlake facility. The Gathering Place is a caring community that supports, educates and empowers individuals and families touched by cancer through programs and services provided free of charge.  This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Operations Manager Awanda King, who manages over two dozen McDonald’s restaurants in Northeast and Northwest Ohio and Michigan.

February 23rd, 2017|Grants|

West Side Catholic Center

West Side Catholic Center located in Cleveland received grant funds to purchase playground resurfacing materials for the playground used by children at Moriah House women and children’s shelter. Grounded in Faith, Hope, Love and Respect for those served, West Side Catholic Center assists all who come to them in need of food, clothing, shelter, advocacy and a path to self-sufficiency.   This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operators Angelo and Susie Stames, owners of McDonald’s restaurants in Cleveland.

February 23rd, 2017|Grants|