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The George Gund Foundation awarded $5.56 million at its first board meeting of the year, including several grants that have a deep impact on the mental and behavioral health needs of both adults and young people…

The George Gund Foundation is seeking a full-time program officer to join its team. The selected candidate will play a key role in grant reviews and special projects for the program directors for Thriving Families and…

The Greater Cleveland Funders Collaborative (GCFC) is hosting a free, virtual State and Federal Budget Funding Training for nonprofit partners on Tuesday, January 23 from 3:00–4:30 pm. To register for the training, please visit Meeting Registration…

Photography Feature

About the Photographer

Brian Palmer (b. 1964, Queens, NY) is a photographer and award-winning journalist based in Richmond, Virginia. He strives to tell stories that might not otherwise be told—stories of conflict, activism, and daily life. His multimedia approach unites narratives and images, bridging the two to unite comprehensive storytelling and thorough investigation.

23 October 2020

Cleveland, OH—Early voting at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, including violin performance by Ariel Clayton Karis.

17 October 2020

Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, OH—Headstones for United States Civil War veterans, including United States Colored Troops (USCT), United States Colored Infantry (USCI), United States Colored Heavy Artillery (USCHA), as well as Ohioans and others.

24 October 2020

Antioch Baptist Church, Cleveland, OH.

23 October 2020

Cleveland, OH—Early voting at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections; Shooting Without Bullets wheat pastes posters of the late Stephanie Tubbs Jones, former U.S. Representative (11th Congressional District)—“also the first black woman to become a judge of Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, as well as the county’s first black prosecutor”—on the outside walls of the ACLU Ohio.

6 April 2021

Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, OH.

16 April 2021

East Cleveland Public Schools, Cleveland, OH.

Recent News

The George Gund Foundation awarded $5.56 million at its first board meeting of the year, including several grants that have a deep impact on the mental and behavioral health needs of both adults and young people…

The George Gund Foundation is seeking a full-time program officer to join its team. The selected candidate will play a key role in grant reviews and special projects for the program directors for Thriving Families and…

The Greater Cleveland Funders Collaborative (GCFC) is hosting a free, virtual State and Federal Budget Funding Training for nonprofit partners on Tuesday, January 23 from 3:00–4:30 pm. To register for the training, please visit Meeting Registration…

2023 Grants

$30,394,182 / 244 Grants

View all the Awarded Grants