The Treu-Mart Fund, a supporting organization of both the Cleveland Foundation and the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, has given a $31,500 grant award for the Students Are Free to Express (SAFE) Project.
The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation has given a $15,000 grant to support the SAFE Project.
HOTT Associates has made a $125,000 to support the Institute for H.O.P.E.™
The Giant Eagle Foundation has made a $100,000 contribution to the Transformation Fund.
Sherwin-Williams has made a generous donation to support MetroHealth’s pediatric lead clinic, mobile outreach clinics and other resources to help combat elevated blood lead levels in children.
The Ohio Arts Council has provided its support to the Students Are Free to Express (SAFE) Project at Lincoln West School of Science and Health at MetroHealth with a $13,558 grant.
The Ohio Department of Health has given a $48,690 grant to support MetroHealth’s School Health Program’s prevention programming for sexually transmitted infections. The grant will help the school health team build an Epic dashboard report that the they will use to proactively connect with and provide care to high school students.
The Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Foundation is supporting MetroHealth’s Nurse Family Partnership program and the construction of the new NICU in the Women’s and Children’s Pavilion with a $1 million gift.
Thank you to Medical Mutual of Ohio for its second gift of $500,000 gift in the past year to support the Transformation Fund. The combined gifts are the company’s largest commitment to MetroHealth.
Thank you to The Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel Foundation, which has given a $10,000 grant to the MetroHealth Institute for H.O.P.E.™ to support the COVID-19 Hotline.
The Bruening Foundation has given $18,500 to support MetroHealth’s Daddy Boot Camp.
MetroHealth has received $48,690 from the Ohio Department of Health to support the School Health Program’s prevention programming for sexually transmitted infections.
The fifth annual Resiliency Run, held May 22-23, 2021, raised more than $4,500 for the John A. Gannon Trauma Center and the Comprehensive Burn Care Center at MetroHealth. Thank you to the 191 people who supported this year’s virtual 5K Run and 1-Mile Walk. The Resiliency Run has raised more than $14,400 since its inception. A special thank you goes out to event sponsors Mark Kalina Jr. Foundation, Cleveland Crunch and Building Laborers’ Local 310.
Thank you to Bank of America, which has awarded MetroHealth a $200,000 grant to support the areas of greatest need for the Institute for H.O.P.E.™
The Charles M. and Karen Jaffe Chaikin Donor Advised Fund has given $200,000 to the Institute for H.O.P.E.™ for the creation and management of the Anita Chaikin Band Aid Fund. The fund will assist eligible patients on a case-by-case basis with living expenses and other immediate non-medical short-term needs.
Thank you to Howard Hanna Real Estate Services for its $25,275 donation to support MetroHealth’s Child Life and Education Program and the Aamoth Family Pediatric Wellness Center. Since 2009, Howard Hanna’s Northeast Ohio branch locations have hosted their own fundraising events and have raised more than $225,000 for MetroHealth. Nationally, the real estate company’s Children's Free Care Fund provides free care at children’s hospitals and related programs and activities.
Thank you to our many donors who have supported MetroHealth’s COVID-19 response with in-kind gifts and donations. Learn more about their impact here.
A $200,000 grant from the Cleveland Foundation is supporting the participation of MetroHealth’s School Health Program in a four-school integrated health care pilot. MetroHealth has been selected to deliver services at two Say Yes schools – John Adams High School and Mary M. Bethune School (pre-K-8).
The Farver Needleman Charitable Fund has given $12,000 to the Building for the Future Fund and the Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Gap Fund.
The Lakeside Foundation has made a $10,000 gift to support The MetroHealth Fund.