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  • Neighbors break into small groups to discuss issues they care about at a monthly Neighbor Up Network Night. Photo by Janet Century Photography.
  • Children perform during the annual Juneteenth Conference and Concert hosted by Djapo Cultural Arts Institute, a Neighborhood Connections' grant recipient. Photo by Janet Century Photography.
  • Residents in the Stockyards neighborhood work on a mural as part of Neighborhood Connections' City Repair Cleveland initiative. Photo by Janet Century Photography.
  • Johnny Wu, a member of the Neighborhood Connections Grant Making Committee, is one of the founders of the Cleveland Asian Festival. Photo by Janet Century Photography.






  • Jan 10, 2015, Emmanuel Baptist Church -

    This is a free program for adults focusing on preparing individuals with diabetes for the 99% of the time they live OUTSIDE of the health care system. Find more information here. 





Total Grants Given to Date

$7.15 Million

Total Projects Funded


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  • Murray Hill Market is a contemporary old-fashioned neighborhood corner store selling groceries, imported specialities, and freshly prepared delicacies....
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The Cleveland Foundation launched Neighborhood Connections in 2003 to empower people in Cleveland’s neighborhoods and encourage them to become more engaged with each other and the city around them. Neighborhood Connections extends small grants that fund citizen-led neighborhood projects. More