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Through their work in Washington, Columbus and Cleveland, Democrats make the lives of everyone better. But we’re not the only making a difference. There are many great organizations in Northeast Ohio that are looking out for you and our community. Here are some examples.

Community Resources

Financial Assistance

Find how to apply for financial assistance in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Struggling families, seniors, and the low income can get help with rent payments or energy bills, a free box of food, bus passes, and even prescription drugs or medical bill assistance. Find help with paying those bills and others from charities, government assistance programs as well as non-profits or churches in the region. Find how to get financial help with bills near you in Cuyahoga County below as well as free items and social services.

Incentives and Financing

The City of Cleveland has a variety of loans and grants to help expand your company or relocate your company to Cleveland. In addition, we work with Cuyahoga County and the State of Ohio to bring other resources to finance your needs. Below are a list of City programs. Our skilled staff can also customize a financial package for your company in seven business days

Energy Assistance

Home energy costs can be challenging for Ohioans on fixed or low incomes. The Ohio Department of Aging partners with the Ohio Development Services Agency, the Office of the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, and Ohio’s aging network to provide programs and information to help eligible older Ohioans.

Quantum LEAP

Quantum LEAP offers social, recreational, and athletic opportunities for adults with disabilities, ages 18+.

Quantum LEAP offers year-round activities that are specifically designed or adapted for persons with disabilities and seniors. Sessions vary in length from one day to four – six weeks long, and change throughout the year.

In 2022, LEAP received a grant from the Cuyahoga County Department of Senior and Adult Services which allows LEAP to offer discounted rates – but – ONLY for participants who meet the grantee’s eligibility requirements.  This discounted rate is for participants who are seniors, ages 60 and over or aged 18 – 59 w/a disability as determined by the Social Security Administration and reside in Cuyahoga County.  Participants must be approved in order to receive the discounted rate

Cleveland Foundation

The Cleveland Foundation believes all Greater Cleveland residents deserve vibrant, healthy neighborhoods. Together with donors and community partners, we focus on the intersections of:

  • People: connecting residents in meaningful ways;
  • Place: enhancements to the built and natural environment; and
  • Power: organizing, advocacy, policy and systems change to help Greater Clevelanders imagine, build and sustain neighborhoods they care about and feel connected to.

From large-scale initiatives to individual organizations, we highlight some of the key partners and projects in our approach to neighborhood development

Lead Safe Program for Tenants and Landlords

The Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition is a public-private partnership formed to address the issue of lead poisoning in our community. Our approach is preventive, comprehensive, and long-term.

The Coalition is open to everyone and, today, is made up of more than 500 members, 140 organizations, state and local governments, and families impacted by lead. 

Cleveland Scholarship Program

The Cleveland Scholarship application window is open for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 school years.

This program provides new educational choices for children in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The program gives students the opportunity to attend private schools in Cleveland. The State will provide reimbursement for tuition to help pay the cost of attending these schools. Even if your child already attends one of these schools, you may be eligible to apply for the program.

Say Yes Cleveland

We know the cost of college tuition can get in the way of your dreams. But Say Yes Cleveland, a partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, eliminates the burden of paying for college tuition by providing every eligible CMSD graduate with a scholarship to attend a college, university, or accredited training program.

Planned Parenthood Cleveland Health Center

Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.

English, Interpretation by telephone available for other languages.

Please let us know if you need an interpreter when scheduling your appointment.


We translate to hope. We empower Northeast Ohio Hispanic/Latinx to flourish by equipping learners for educational attainment and lifelong success.

Spanish American Committee

The Spanish American Committee’s mission is to act as a gateway to socioeconomic success for Spanish-speaking individuals and families in Northeast Ohio while maintaining and celebrating a Latino perspective.

Our vision is to be the keystone leader in providing and coordinating comprehensive social and economic services to the Latino community throughout Northeast Ohio by means of education, workforce development, and housing programs.

LGBT Communicate Center

As one of the nation’s oldest LGBTQ+ community centers and among the most prominent organizations in the state, we offer high-quality programming, services, and events to meet your personal and professional needs.


The mission of the Urban League of Greater Cleveland is dedicated to providing equal opportunities for African-Americans and other minority members to develop and exercise their potential on par with all other Americans through education, research, advocacy and provision of services.


We believe everyone deserves equitable access to high-speed internet and the skills to use it to empower their lives.

We focus on delivering this access to un-served and underserved neighborhoods through EmpowerCLE+, our reliable, affordable wireless internet service provider.

Do Good Cleveland

From the American Heart Association to Global Cleveland and VeloSano, find out how Northeast Ohio charities and nonprofits are striving to improve life in the Land.


The Cleveland Building & Construction Trades Council is the umbrella organization for more than 29-member local unions working in the construction industry in the Greater Cleveland region.


All working people deserve good jobs and the power to determine their wages and working conditions. Here are some of the ways working people are uniting to make an economy that works for us all.

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