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Celebration 2022: Three hours of genius
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Celebration 2022: Three hours of genius

Continuing an 80-year tradition of community education and celebration, the 2022 Celebration of Human Services was held on October 21 at the Intercontinental Hotel. The morning session featured a discussion between Ohio Senator Matt Dolan and Franklin County Commissioner Erica Crawley: “Making Policy to Improve Infant, Maternal, and Adolescent Health.”  Marcia Egbert, Program Director for...

Improving Infant, Maternal and Adolescent Health: October 21 Celebration Forum
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Improving Infant, Maternal and Adolescent Health: October 21 Celebration Forum

Maternal and infant health is a Community Solutions priority that we spend a lot of time researching and exploring, especially in the past year. The result is always the same: significant disparities exist for mothers, babies, and families: and there are steps that Ohio could take to make improvements. For example, Ohio recently took advantage...

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Celebrating those who serve

We regularly celebrate mothers, fathers, and grandparents in special days set aside to honor them. Showing respect and gratitude to life-saving first-responders has been especially critical during the past couple years. We thank those who do even small favors for us, like hold the door open when our hands are full. Now it’s time to...

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Nominations Open: $25K Nonprofit and Most Treasured Volunteer Awards 

It’s time to celebrate the people and organizations that do great work in our community.    It’s time to celebrate the people and organizations that do great work in our community! Nominations open today for the annual $25,000 Anisfield-Wolf Memorial Award to a nonprofit organization for outstanding service and the Most Treasured Volunteer Awards.   Who will...

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5 People You Need to Know: Most Treasured Volunteers of 2020-2021

During the past two years, the one thing that hasn’t changed is…change. We’ve seen changes everywhere, from how the United Nations holds their meetings down to the addition of masks in our daily attire. Many nonprofit organizations have had to change, too—their hours, their way of delivering service, where their staff works, and so on....

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Awardees’ new program to keep Ohio families together

Since March of 2020, life as we know it has changed dramatically. We’ve experienced a flood of problems—some literal, some figurative; some large, some small. For some people, dealing with their personal “flood” may feel more like drowning in an ocean. This is especially true in the cases of families with young people who have,...

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Helping young refugees find their voices

Imagine being uprooted from your home, likely separated from family and friends, arriving in a new country with little or no knowledge of its language and culture, and carrying traumatic memories of what you left behind. Now imagine doing all that as a child or teenager. You need help. Fortunately, in Cleveland, you can turn...

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