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In June, I had the pleasure of introducing four recent graduates of the Cleveland School District at the Cleveland Foundation’s annual meeting. We wanted to showcase top achievers to put a human face on the investment we’ve made in the future of Cleveland’s young people. These college-bound students are a fitting example of why philanthropy [...]

Approaching the current economic environment with a spirit of innovation, we at the Cleveland Foundation have been working overtime to be more responsive to the organizations that count on us for support. We decided we must do things differently and stretch out of our comfort zone in order to be as supportive as possible.



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