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At Cleveland Magazine, we are all about "doing good” -- people who do good, the impact of doing good, and ways we can all make a positive impact on our community. This holiday season, we are continuing this tradition through our annual Do Good campaign. For every person that purchases a 1-year subscription to Cleveland Magazine through the Do Good campaign, we will donate the full value of that subscription ($20) back to a nonprofit partner of their choice.

Please choose your partner below and make this a season of giving. Through this campaign, we hope to not only raise money for our partners but also increase awareness for organizations driving positive change for our community.



The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of 1.5 million volunteers dedicated to saving lives, celebrating lives, and leading the fight for a world without cancer.


Boys & Girls Clubs provide kids ages 6-18 safe, fun places to go after school with a focus on academic success, healthy lifestyles and character development.


The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking supports the fundamental human right to freedom by educating, advocating, and connecting services on behalf of trafficked persons.


Fairmount Center for the Arts enriches lives through the ARTS. Fairmount offers programs in dance, music, theatre and visual arts for young children through adults.


Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity transforms communities by building safe, decent, affordable homes together with families seeking to live a life of stability and self-reliance.


The Lupus Foundation of America, Greater Ohio Chapter is a support, education, and research-driven organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for lupus patients.


West Creek Conservancy, an organization protecting land, creating parks, restoring waterways, and building trails throughout Greater Cleveland for all to enjoy!


The mission of the American Heart Association is to be a relentless force for a world of healthier, longer lives.


Canalway Partners, is a 501(c)3 non-profit and we actively develop, preserve, and promote the dynamic history, culture, and landscapes of the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area (NHA) in Cuyahoga County.


Community Foundation of Lorain County is celebrating 40 years of connecting people who care with causes that matter. For more information go to peoplewhocare.org.


First Year Cleveland is focused on significantly reducing the number of infants dying before their first birthday, concentrating on health disparities in the Black community.


Through emergency food assistance, food recovery and nutrition education, Hunger Network strives to ensure no one goes hungry and no food goes to waste in Cleveland.


Seeds of Literacy offers FREE individualized GED & basic adult education through one-to-one tutoring, both in person and virtually, to adults in Cleveland and beyond.


The West Side Catholic Center assist all who come in need of food, clothing, shelter, advocacy and a path to self-sufficiency.




The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.



Cleveland Rape Crisis Center supports survivors of rape and sexual abuse, promotes healing and prevention and advocates for social change.


Community Resource Services is a community-based organization whose mission is to diminish the effects of poverty for residents of Avon and Avon Lake.


Girl Scouts of North East Ohio builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place, serving girl and adult members in 18 Northeast Ohio counties.


For over 115 years, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland has been Jewish Cleveland’s hub for innovative solutions and collaborative services that change and improve lives.


Shoes and Clothes for Kids’ mission is to improve K-8 school attendance by eliminating lack of appropriate clothing, shoes and school supplies as barriers.


A workforce development organization serving teens and young adults living in economically distressed neighborhoods, Y.O.U. helps get youth on a path to economic self-sufficiency.