Shelter for homeless women and children
Displays new and historic art, conducts creative workshops and concerts.
Collects and distributes food donations for local food pantries.
Provides training for community members to become local journalists for the Akron community.
Women’s professional softball team
Respite camp for children and adults with disabilities.
Provides educational materials to the community.
Offers event information for tourists who are visiting the Greater Akron Area
Enables the community to have an enlightening animal experience while promoting local conservation.
Responds to disasters and emergencies with needed supplies and volunteers.
Connects people to resources for housing, transportation, job training, consumer credit counseling, utility assistance and other needed services.
Provides Asian Americans with services such as translation, health promotion, and self-sufficiency resources.
Youth development organization with after-school services for school aged at risk kids.
Preserving, protecting, and promoting, the heritage of the Cascade Locks Park & The Erie Canal.
Administers counseling and provides education, support, and resources for children with mental disorders through community agencies, schools and families.
Provides basic needs resources for people who have severe mental disorders.
Promotes organic farming, youth education, and ecological practices through an organic farm.
National conservation of land for animal and ecological preservation and human recreation.
Engage public support and enhance public use of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park through programming and advocacy.
Improves housing conditions in East Akron by producing homes, providing economic development programs, and increasing energy efficiency in homes.
Helps eliminate discrimination in housing, while promoting community involvement, providing education, and performing research involving affirmative action.
Strengthens families in our community through counseling, education, and support.
Builds homes for families in need.
Hattie Larlham is a nonprofit organization that provides services to more than 1,500 children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Provides food, shelter, clothing and recovery programs for homeless men and women.
Connects people who need community services to local resources.
Creating and implementing services to assist the foreign born to integrate into our society, to promote public awareness of the value of ethnic diversity, and to encourage international communication.
Develops and implements public education and community improvement programs on litter prevention, recycling, waste management and beautification for the City of Akron.
Akron Public school serving Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Provides nutritious meals and services to people of all ages and economic circumstances throughout Northeast Ohio
Provides resources and educational services to families living with chronic illness
Develop housing for low and moderate-income families in Summit County.
Provides educational programs, events and publications about the Heritage Canalway to preserve the natural, historical and recreational resources throughout the area.
Helping people with long and short-term needs of food, health care, child care, and educational programs for children, adults, and families.
Assembles bags of food and distributes to elementary school students in need.
Serving women who face untimely pregnancies by providing testing, emotional support, educational services and material goods.
Provides free and confidential basic literacy, GED, ESOL and college transition classes for adults.
Provides services to homeless children to reduce educational barriers
Provides home rehabilitation services to low-income elderly and disabled homeowners.
Adapts and distributes toys and assistive devices for children with disabilities.
Provides a respite and rejuvenating place for the families of the sick children.
Nonprofit roller derby team which gives back to the community by providing a “Skate for Kids” event for homeless and other at-risk children.
Emergency shelter for troubled young people 11 years of age and older.
Meets human needs through community fellowship, rebuilding lives after disasters, providing comfort and support.
Provides affordable workshops and business counseling for organizational growth and development.
Preserve and interprets the history of Summit County and Akron, and educates regional communities about the people and events that have shaped our rich history.
Improves education for all children in Summit County
Independent school for kindergarten through 8th grade.
National Historic Landmark estate and property which stands as a museum of historical information about Akron.
Nonprofit hospital in Akron.
Hospital service to enhance the comfort and quality of life for patients with a terminal illness.
Hospital branch of the Summa Health System
Enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities and their caregivers.
Mobilizing community resources to advance the community good.
Provides support, prevention, and justice for victims of tragedy, their families and the surrounding communities.
Offers low-income people, ages 18-24, hands-on home construction training, education and leadership skills/life skills while they work toward their GED or high school diploma.
For information about how to do one of these projects
with a class or how to work with a community parter,
please contact Dr. Theresa Beyerle