The following websites provide information useful to nonprofit organizations. You may find these to be good resources for your project.
Website offers stories of effective practices used by high-performing non-profits around the state.
Research unit at Case Western Reserve University examines issues of poverty in cities. Find publications and data on the Cleveland area.
The City Planning Commission’s Web site offers a large amount of useful statistical and planning information about the neighborhoods of Cleveland.
A strong and articulate voice for Cleveland’s neighborhoods, CNDC was established in 1982. Cleveland Neighborhood Development Coalition (CNDC) has successfully brought together critical players in the community development arena to exchange views, identify issues of common concern and mobilize for action.
Comprehensive directory offers links to private foundations, corporate-giving programs and other sources of nonprofit funding. Get funding tips.
A non-profit community development organization committed to restoring the health and prosperity of Cleveland’s neighborhoods. Through a broad array of catalytic programs, NPI provides the resources needed by local community organizations to improve the physical condition of their neighborhoods and the quality of life for the people who live there.
NeighborhoodLink has links to information and resources for the people of Cleveland, Ohio. This site is sponsored by the Center for Neighborhood Development at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University.