Candid, formerly known as The Foundation Center, has a library of resources to help you find funders, and free training classes on fundraising, proposal writing, and nonprofit management.
Cleveland Climate Action Fund provides funding for neighborhood groups in the city of Cleveland. CCAF funds projects that address people’s needs and the environment by building on neighborhood assets.
The Cleveland Colectivo welcomes individuals, new businesses, and community projects to participate. Grant amounts range from $500 and $5,000, based on the number of projects selected.
ioby Cleveland has supported over 200 resident leaders as they plan, crowdfund, and build positive change in neighborhoods across the city. With a median donation of $35, these leaders have raised over $422,000 in small donations to make ioby Cleveland neighborhoods greener, safer, more livable, and more full of opportunity for all residents.
Ohio Humanities, an independent non-profit organization funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and private contributions, serves as a public advocate for humanities in Ohio. The organization promotes the humanities through public programs, grants and community projects.
The Friends of Slavic Village Mini Grant Program Mini Grants are awarded to residents living in and community groups serving residents in Broadway Slavic Village. The mini grants must be used for projects that benefit the community — they cannot be used for personal gain.