2006 Grantees

City Wheels was awarded $1,000 for grant-writing assistance to support this innovative Northeast Ohio car sharing service designed to provide a creative cooperative transportation alternative to car ownership.

CityWheels was a family-owned business offering Ohio's first car-sharing service.

The Building Bridges Mural Program was awarded $3,000 for artist Katherine Chilcote’s effort to create a youth internship program in partnership with Doug Horner at St. Paul’s Community Church that will result in a mural installation at the intersection of West 25th and Detroit Avenue.

See the mural in front of the Route 2 Bridge at the corner of West 25th and Detroit Avenue in Cleveland.

Artist: Katherine Chilcote

The Tremont Urban Learning Garden was awarded $750 for materials to this project in which Lucky's Coffee Shop/Sweet Mosaic Bakery will work with neighborhood youth to build a garden in a vacant lot adjacent to the coffee shop and use the locally-grown produce in food and baked goods sold at the bakery.

The Westside Refugee Family Center was awarded $2,500 to implement a six-month pilot “Mommy and Me” program, enhancing offerings already available to a growing number of refugee families on Cleveland’s near west side.