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2020 Report to the Community

In everything we do, United Way of Greater Cleveland is boldly breaking the cycle…to serve as a voice, a resource, an innovator for those in need. The past year has been one of many partnerships ... especially as the community faced a global pandemic.

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United Way of Greater Cleveland’s 2-1-1 Helplink Serves as An Anchor to a Community in Need, Marking National 2-1-1 Day with Nearly 200,000 Calls Handled Since the Covid-19 Pandemic Began

Cuyahoga County and United Way's 2-1-1 HelpLink partnered to open a dedicated COVID-19 Vaccination Information Line, available 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. every Monday – Friday, providing resources, referrals and assistance to seniors and others who wish to schedule and receive the vaccine CLEVELAND (February 11, 2021) – United Way of Greater Cleveland's 2-1-1 HelpLink marked […]

Right To Counsel Prevented 93% of Cleveland Family Evictions in First Six Months of Program That Provides Low-Income Tenants With Free Legal Assistance

CLEVELAND: United Way and Legal Aid announced that Right to Counsel Cleveland’s (RTC) early results show 93% of those at risk of eviction and represented in Cleveland Housing Court by a Legal Aid attorney avoided an eviction or involuntary move between July – December 2020. In addition, more than $3.8 million of rent relief was distributed by CHN Housing Partners within Cleveland as a result of legal assistance provided to tenants, preserving landlords’ income.

United Way of Greater Cleveland and NAACP Cleveland branch present 10-part series of Community Conversations about the Cleveland Consent Decree and Police Reform

First discussion led by retired Cleveland Judge Ronald Adrine with panelists instrumental to the implementation of the mandates identified in the 2015 Consent Decree. NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CLEVELAND (January 27, 2021) – The NAACP Cleveland Branch and United Way of Greater Cleveland today presented the first in a 10-part series of Community Conversations about the […]

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Pivot - Volume 2, Issue 1

Pivot is a series from the desk of Augie Napoli, United Way of Greater Cleveland President and CEO
This issue talk to "Building An Equitable Cleveland Through Crucial Conversations"

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2-1-1 Anchors Cleveland Community In Need During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Without 2-1-1 HelpLink, people in need would face a monumental challenge: navigating through the thousands of agencies in this community that provide potential resources, not knowing where to begin or what they may qualify for.

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