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The Live 2 Love Project was funded by a Neighbor Up Action Grant:
“Craven Smith was bullied as a child. To cope, he became a bully himself. Now he’s on a mission to prevent bullying…”
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A group of Neighbor Up members who are also parents with children in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District have formed the Cleveland Parent Leadership Action Network also called clePLAN. They want to connect with other parents and caregivers. If you are a parent or caregiver with children in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, connect with […]
The Virtual Marketplace (like The Marketplace) is a high energy, 30-minute exercise that can be used to help people identify and exchange gifts, favors, and advice. However, the Virtual Marketplace is done online. It was developed by Neighbor Up members in response to COVID-19. It brings to life our interconnectedness by showing that we all […]
We’re excited to announce the formation of Cleveland’s Civic User Testing Group, also known as CUTgroup. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about technology and help shape the way it impacts our lives. If you opt-in and participate, you’ll be compensated for your time.
Neighbor Up Action Grants invest in everyday people creating an extraordinary world right where they live. Grants range from $500 to $5,000, and are meant to spur small, grassroots community projects. Find out more about applying for a Neighbor Up Action Grant.
New Listening Session added for January 8th from 6:30-8:30PM @ Downtown Cleveland Alliance, 1010 Euclid Ave. Floor 3! We have joined work the City of Cleveland is doing to assess its current residential tax abatement policy. Our goal? Neighbor Up members want to gain knowledge, advocate for neighborhoods and create more viable pathways for residents […]
Many of us have seen the statistic: 66 percent of Cleveland adults are functionally illiterate, meaning they struggle to read bus schedules, medicine bottles and other everyday information. One woman working to improve adult literacy in Cleveland compared reading to breathing – those of us who can read don’t really think about it, but it […]
Neighbors in the Buckeye-Shaker community have organized a Holiday Bazaar featuring everything from soap-makers to craft-makers. Shop local from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, December 21 at Fairhill Partners, 12200 Fairhill Rd. The purpose of the Holiday Bazaar is to connect budding community entrepreneurs to customers, said Julian Khan, one of the organizers. […]
Check out this story about Neighbor Up Action Grants with journalist Harry Boomer on his Sunday morning show CW 43 Focus.
The Neighbor Up Action Grant Committee approved $180,979 in grants to support 65 projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland neighborhoods. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, the local public funder for arts and culture, will co-fund eight of the resident-led arts and culture projects through a partnership with Neighborhood Connections. Cleveland Climate Action Fund will fund five […]
Neighbor Up Action Grants will support, with additional funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and the Cleveland Climate Action Fund, 66 resident-led projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland with $182,979 in funding. Click here for a complete list of our Fall 2019 grants including details about each project, the grant amount awarded, and neighborhood where the project will […]
Community Network Building is the strategy behind Neighbor Up, and yesterday we had a chance to talk more about what’s possible when you Neighbor Up during the 400 Years Summit hosted by First Year Cleveland and the the YWCA Greater Cleveland. Check out our presentation here as well as these posts about the practices we […]
We have been listening to residents and others in the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhoods for the last two months. We had conversations with 60 people from various areas of the neighborhood and also met with 18 neighborhood groups. Here is our report to the community with what we heard from residents.