Shalira Taylor works with local nonprofits, including University Settlement and Cleveland Food Bank, to provide food for those in need.
Through Literacy in the H.O.O.D. (Helping Out Our Disenfranchised), Chrishawnda Matthew distributes books for students to read at home.
Black Box Fix owner LaRese Purnell strives to help feed and provide opportunities for those in need.
Lakiesha Smith gives those who are in jail a voice through her radio station.
Businesses in Cleveland's core come together to face down challenges.
Akron-based Gojo Inds., creator of Purell, helps companies reopen safely.
With a growing demand for hand sanitizers, some Northeast Ohio distilleries switched production.
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President Keith Strauss discusses changes in sales strategies amid the pandemic.
Goldfarb Weber Creative Media uses its expertise to help local nonprofits through difficult times.
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