Grants Awarded 2021
- $15,000 to Asian Services in Action, Inc. (ASIA) for COVID-related relief for Lakewood residents who are immigrants or refugees.
- $56,038 to OhioGuidestone to provide wraparound student mental health support in Lakewood City Schools.
- $15,000 to Lakewood City Schools to support the Coordinated Care Project to offer individualized support to families experiencing barriers and lack of access to basic needs.
- $4,000 to the Barton Senior Center for an internet connectivity pilot for senior residents of the Westerly apartments.
- $35,000 to Lakewood Community Services Center for food assistance for Lakewood residents for the period of February through June 2021.
- $25,000 to the YMCA of Greater Cleveland to support capacity to provide school-day care for Lakewood’s elementary school-age children while learning is remote or hybrid for the period of January through March 2021.
Grants Awarded 2020
- $25,000 to the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland for services and outreach to Lakewood residents.
- $25,000 to the YMCA of Greater Cleveland, to support its expansion of capacity to provide school-day care to school-age children while learning is remote.
- $35,000 to the Lakewood Community Services Center, for food distribution to Lakewood residents.
- $32,000 to the Lakewood City Schools, for digital connectivity for families with school-age children .
- $10,000 to the LakewoodAlive, for housing outreach for seniors and low-moderate income residents.
- $25,000 to the Department of Human Services, City of Lakewood to be used for food assistance, grocery/drug store gift cards for distribution to residents in need, RTA fare cards, prescription assistance and/or other transportation assistance.
- $50,000 to Lakewood Community Services Center to be used for food distribution.
- $57,500 to HFLA of Northeast Ohio to establish a pool of COVID-19 emergency loans exclusively for Lakewood Residents.
- $15,000 to Asian Services in Action, Inc. (ASIA, Inc.) to meet the emergency needs of refugee and immigrant families in Lakewood.
- $60,000 to the Department of Human Services, City of Lakewood for resident emergency needs.