Grants

Building Hope in the City

Building Hope in the City located in Cleveland was granted funds to purchase items and equipment for their child care program at The Hope Center, a drop-in center for education, networking, and community-building catering to the cultural, social and educational support needs of refugees and immigrants and their families.

September 20th, 2018|Grants|

CommQuest Services, Inc.

CommQuest Services, Inc. located in Canton will receive funding to purchase items and equipment to support the adolescent residential treatment providing support in mental health and addiction. CommQuest offers a continuum of care for mental health, substance use, and social services. Their mission is to provide hope to all people through prevention, advocacy, support, education, treatment, and recovery.

September 20th, 2018|Grants|

The First Tee Canton

The First Tee Canton will receive funding to purchase equipment to support The First Tee National School Program for middle school students in Stark County.  The mission of The First Tee Canton is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.

September 20th, 2018|Grants|

The First Tee Greater Akron

The First Tee Greater Akron received grant funding to purchase recreational items for their Indoor Education Center and equipment to support their residential treatment program for children and youth.  The mission of The First Tee Greater Akron is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.

September 20th, 2018|Grants|

Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center

Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center will receive funding to purchase items and equipment to support their children’s program at the new Westlake location. Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is the nation’s oldest hearing and speech center and Northeast Ohio’s only nonprofit dedicated solely to serving those with special communication needs. This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Operations Manager Awanda King, who manages several McDonald’s restaurants in Northeast and Northwest Ohio.

April 2nd, 2018|Grants|

Progressive Arts Alliance

Progressive Arts Alliance located in Cleveland was granted funds to purchase items and equipment for their children and youth arts program. Progressive Arts Alliance offers a different way of looking at the world and shows students and families that they can learn about science, algebra, social studies, and everything — through the lens of art. PPA uses contemporary arts and new media, while nurturing creativity and inspiration for arts-integrated and project-based learning for the 21st century.

April 2nd, 2018|Grants|

Rose Mary Center

Rose Mary Center located in Cleveland will receive funding to purchase items and equipment to support the installation of playgrounds at four area homes that house children with developmental disabilities. By creating places in a local community for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities to live, work, and thrive, Rose Mary Center is reinforcing that each person has value and meaning.  This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator Sal Baglieri who owns McDonald’s restaurants in Stow, Hudson and Monroe Falls.

April 2nd, 2018|Grants|

The LCADA Way

The LCADA Way (Lorain County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Inc.) located in Lorain will receive funding to purchase items and equipment to support their children’s program at The Key residential treatment center for women. The mission of The LCADA Way is to transform individual lives, families and communities suffering from alcohol abuse, substance abuse and behavioral health issues.  This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Owner/Operator Lea Heidman and Brian Malone, owners of several McDonald’s restaurants in Medina County.

April 2nd, 2018|Grants|

The Village Network

The Village Network located in Wooster received grant funding to purchase recreational items and equipment to support their residential treatment program for children and youth. The Village Network residential treatment program is specifically designed for youth facing serious psychological and behavioral issues who require intensive treatment in a short term residential setting, including individual, group and family therapy, psychiatric treatment, nursing care, and expressive therapies and on-site education, schooling and tutoring that encourages children to learn daily skills and thrive in a healthy, social setting. This grant application was endorsed by McDonald’s Operations Manager Awanda King, who manages several McDonald’s restaurants in Northeast and Northwest Ohio.

April 2nd, 2018|Grants|