We’re committed to supporting Clevelanders standing up for racial justice and we’re teaming up with ioby to create the Racial Justice Matching Fund.
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We’re partnering with the 43rd Cleveland International Film Festival, which will be held March 27 – April 7, 2019 at Tower City Cinemas and other locations. Tickets are on sale now. You can use the code NUP (that’s for Neighbor Up!) to receive $1 off per ticket purchase or stop by Neighborhood Connections, 5000 Euclid […]
Do you live in Cleveland or East Cleveland? Check out Step Up to University Hospitals, the innovative neighborhood jobs pipeline we built in partnership with University Hospitals and Towards Employment to connect Cleveland and East Cleveland residents with jobs at University Hospitals. Positions available in environmental and nutrition services at University Hospitals. Join us at one […]
Prism is our racial equity learning lab, which typically runs twice each year in the spring and summer. Prism participants explore the historic conflict that continues to shape the United States and determine the fate of all its people. Racism is examined on four levels: internalized, interpersonal, institutional and structural. Tools to assess the state […]
We’re committed to supporting small businesses and building wealth in our communities. Many Neighbor Up members are also small business owners. Show your membership card at the following businesses for a discount or special offer: Mo’ Bites Vegan Soul Food, 216-269-3481 or 216-551-2593 Upcycle Parts Shop, 6419 St. Clair Ave United Skates of America, 30325 […]
Grantseeker Workshops are held the month before each deadline. Attend one to find out what you need to know to apply. Wednesday, July 10: 4 to 6 p.m. at Cleveland Public Library, Mt. Pleasant branch, 14000 Kinsman Rd. Thursday, July 18: 6 to 8 p.m. at West 78th Street Studios, 1300 W. 78th St. Friday, July 26: 4 to 6 p.m. […]
Our Grant Making Committee, made up of 22 residents from Cleveland and East Cleveland, has approved $150,041 in grants to support 60 projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, the local public funder for arts and culture, will co-fund 15 of the resident-led arts and culture projects through a partnership with us. Highlights […]
We will support, with additional funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, 60 resident-led projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland with $150,041 in grants. Click the link for a complete list of our Fall 2018 grants including details about each project, the grant amount awarded, and neighborhood where the project will take place. Projects marked with an asterisk (*) are co-funded by the […]
A few times every year you receive emails, calls and texts from us urging you to attend or spread the word about Step Up to UH. It’s an employment program to connect residents of Cleveland and East Cleveland with entry-level jobs at University Hospitals, one of our state’s largest employers. We’re not in the employment […]
What a great day celebrating the grand opening of Simon’s Supermarket on Buckeye Road. Congratulations to Neighbor Up members, who organized and advocated with hundreds of fellow residents — as well as Cleveland City Councilman Blaine Griffin and other city, county and nonprofit folks — to ensure this new grocery meets the needs, standards and aspirations […]
Check out this great article about micro-segregation and the practical ways Community Network Building, the strategy behind Neighbor Up, can help. (And it includes a shout out to #NeighborUpCLE) Practical Ideas for Addressing Micro-Segregation in Mixed Income Communities Derek Hyra, associate professor and founding director of the Metropolitan Policy Center in the School of Public Affairs […]
Neighbor Up members Lorrie, Diane and Deborah organized to bring quality food, jobs, and productive relationships to the Buckeye neighborhood. For 18 months, these amazing women worked together with nearly 50 Neighbor Up members in their neighborhood to create a mutually beneficial relationship with Simon’s grocery store. They helped host several community conversations and job […]
Once a summer for the past decade, 30 bands play free concerts from porches of homes and businesses throughout Cleveland’s Larchmere neighborhood. While organizers of Larchmere Porchfest have not increased the number of bands on the schedule, the event has grown in attendance from hundreds to thousands of people…more
Neighborhood Connections, with additional funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, will support 101 resident-led projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland with $293,118 in grants. Click the link for a complete list of our Spring 2018 grants including details about each project, the grant amount awarded, and neighborhood where the project will take place. Projects marked with an asterisk (*) are […]