In Greater Cleveland alone, the United Way provides more than $50 million annually to 450,000 area residents.
At the Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity, there’s only one thing more important than building homes, and that’s building communities.
Learn more about the the 100 most influential leaders in Northeast Ohio for 2016.
Lee Friedman helps make education available to every Clevelander.
Case Western Reserve University’s photoelectric research examines solar solutions.
The retired head of school leaves a legacy of civic leadership and innovation in women’s education.
One of the Nation's most complex public-private partnerships is revitalizing the city's valuable and long-neglected waterfront.
Ohio's first licensed crisis nursery helps the community.
A Herculean collaborative effort may — at long last — have changed our city’s self-image and national perception once and for all.
This Lake County community is determined to preserve its past as it adjusts to the requirements of living and doing business in 2016.
Government, business and nonprofits collaborate to address the harmful blooms on the lake.
Cleveland State University is thriving on a foundation of collaboration.