Check out this video that Cleveland’s Neighborhood Connections produced to celebrate their ten year anniversary. https://youtu.be/Vk3-lhJsxo4
From Smart Collaboration at the Local Level by Touchstone Center for Collaborative Inquiry June 2014 8 Tips for Smart Collaborations at the Grassroots Level
Via this letter to members, friends and supporters of Grassroots Grantmakers, Board Chair Patrick Horvath recently announced the December 31, 2014 retirement of the network’s Executive Director, Janis Foster Richardson.
A Citywide Grants Program Guided by Citizen Volunteers The Cleveland Foundation’s Neighborhood Connections program, launched in 2002, provides small grants (from $500 to $5,000) and
Resident-led grantmaking, with grantmaking committees composed of residents from the neighborhoods that are targeted for capacity building grants, is an emerging trend within the field of grassroots grantmaking. Read about what we have been doing to foster and share learning about resident-led grantmaking and check out the resources on specific questions associated with resident-led grantmaking that are shared in this special section of our website.