2013 Grantees

Bringing Solar Power to Cleveland: Appropriately Applied Technologies was awarded $3,300 to install a solar-photovoltaic awning in order to raise awareness about solar power and to act as a demonstration of how renewable energy can be incorporated into neighborhood redevelopment.

Project Snapshot: The Cleveland Print Room was awarded $2,350 to support working with neighborhood high school students to teach the value of stories and the photographic image as links between the past and present.

Cleveland Seed Bank: The seed savers alliance was awarded $777 to support educational books and outreach, printing for seeds saving packets, promotional materials, and a website.

Honey House Extractor: E Pluribus Apiaries was awarded $1,315 to purchase motorized honey extracting equipment and protective gear in order to increase efficiency in extracting and bottling honey from beehives in the city and to expand educational outreach to new beekeepers.

EDWINS Restaurant and Leadership Institute: Cleveland's first non-profit restaurant, dedicated to ensuring a successful re-entry for ex-offenders restarting their lives in Cleveland, was awarded $2,000 to assist in furnishing their bar with stools and glasses

Literary Lots: A collaborative effort to extend the idea of reuse and re-imagination of vacant and underutilized lots into active spaces for kids where books come to life was awarded $1,500 to support their summer programming in Ohio City.

Miser Magazine: The bi-monthly, free arts magazine was awarded $500 to support purchasing merchandise to enable the ongoing production of the magazine.

Pay What You Can Program: Talespinner Children's Theatre was awarded $1,500 to support their pay-what-you-can program for underserved families and groups to help bring the arts and arts education to the families and children of Cleveland.