These are the organizations doing the hard work of supplying basic needs to families who cannot afford them. All of our collections from this drive will benefit these organizations.

Lakewood Community Services Center

“Lakewood Community Services Center, with its partners, serves the community by providing basic needs assistance and personalized resource and referral services with the goal to empower each individual to move toward greater self sufficiency.”

14230 Madison Avenue
Lakewood, OH 44107
216 226-6466

Catholic Charities: Migration and Refugee Services

“MRS resettles approximately 450 refugees annually from countries including Bhutan, Burma, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Eritrea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, and Ukraine. We respect the dignity of each person and provide a supportive environment where each individual and culture is celebrated. Building upon the courage and strength of these newcomers, we seek to empower them to achieve self-sufficiency and independence.”

7800 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44102
216 281-7005

MetroHealth Friends of Mothers and Infants Program

“Organized in 1972, the MetroHealth Friends of Mothers and Infants (Friends of M&I) is a volunteer organization dedicated to helping under-served mothers and infants. Our mission is to promote the health and well-being of families by providing essential items for mothers and infants who are clients of the MetroHealth Center for Community Health.”

Thomas F. McCafferty Health Center
4242 Lorain Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
216 957-9432

 

Garden Valley Neighborhood House

“We have not only a strong commitment to giving back, but one fueled by a passion to help others make a difference in their own lives by helping themselves. Our goal is to provide the opportunities for the least among us to move beyond their circumstances.”

7100 Kinsman Road
Cleveland, OH 44104
216 641-5558
“The Baby Love Project is committed to bringing awareness, education and diaper assistance for children in low-income households. By covering this basic need, we can help break the cycle of poverty, reduce stress for families and provide children with the opportunity to grow up healthier and happier.”
PO Box 22595
Cleveland, OH 44122