2018 Grant Awards

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, 2475 East 22nd Street, fourth floor, Cleveland, OH 44103. Granted over two year period. Joining consortium of non-profits concentrating funding in a 5 square mile area in the poorest Central Cleveland district. Methodology is to raise children’s graduation from High School and College by constant mentoring of students. Reuter Foundation will concentrate its efforts in 7th and 8th grades.

Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank, 3635 Perkins Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114. Granted to support the warehouse coordinator to enable to sustain and expand the crucial community asset.

Family Promise of Greater Cleveland, 3470 East 152nd Street, Cleveland, OH 44120. Granted to support programs that provide to help homeless families to achieve self-sufficiency.

Joseph’s Home, 2412 Community College Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115. Granted – All funds are designated to be used for general operating support which will help residents that are in turmoil and unable to support the cost of their stay.

Linking Employment, Abilities & Potential (LEAP), 2545 Lorain Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44113. Granted for their LEAP Employment Services program.

Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry, 4515 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103. Granted to expand the Chopping for Change program outside of Cuyahoga County.

Malachi Center, 2416 Superior Viaduct, Cleveland, OH 44113. Granted – All funds are designated to be used in support your Homeless Shower Program.

May Dugan Center, 4115 Bridge Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113. Granted to be used in support of hiring an Independent Licensed Social Worker your Counseling & Community Services Program.

Milestones Autism Organization, 23880 Commerce Park, Ste 2, Beachwood, OH 44122. Granted to go towards the expansion of Milestones’ critical Helpdesk and Consultation services in 2018-19.

NAMI Greater Cleveland, 2012 West 25th Street, 6th Floor, Cleveland, OH 44113. Granted $10,000 to support your new education program called “Ending the Silence”.

OhioGuidestone, 434 Eastland Road, Berea, OH 44017. Granted to be used in support of general operating costs to help with your Workforce Development Programs.

Refugees International, 2001 S Street NW Suite 700, Washington, DC 20009. Granted to help in your work to save refugees all over the world as they flee persecution in their home countries.

Seeds of Literacy, 3104 West 25th Street, Cleveland, OH 44130. Granted to support the adult basic education and high school equivalency preparation program.

University Hospital-Rainbow Babies, 11100 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106. Granted a year for two years. We request that 100% of this grant be designated for Dr. Letterio’s research for potential drugs to help cure Medulloblastoma.

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cleveland, 10011 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106. Granted to be used in support of your OakLeaf Partners Employment Program for adults with disabilities.

University Settlement, 4800 Broadway Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44127. Granted grant to be used in support of your Adult Wellness program.

Western Reserve Land Conservancy, 3850 Chagrin River Rd., Moreland Hills, OH 44022. Granted is designated to support your Tree Works Crew workforce development pilot program.

Women’s Recovery Center, 6209 Storer Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102. Granted to pay for part-time certified childcare providers for their Safety Net Project.

Contact

14430 Indian Creek Drive

Middleburg Heights, Ohio 44130

mail@reuterfdn.org