Get ready to show your pride, Cleveland! June is Pride Month across the country and Cleveland is celebrating the impact of the LGBTQ+ community in our city.Read more
The winner of our Young Nonprofit Professional of the Year Award was presented to Brian Schultz, representing a national organization right here in Cleveland.
Schultz works at Candid, serving as the Manager of its Funding Information Network - overseeing a network of more than 400 libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers that can be found across the U.S. and around the world.Read more
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Cleveland was proud to present its inaugural Young Nonprofit Professional of the Year award in 2019! Fourteen young professionals from around the city were nominated by directors, co-workers, friends, and mentors.
The fourteen nominees represented various causes and missions, but they all had one thing in common: they truly care about who (and what!) keeps Cleveland great!Read more
On April 30 we got to hear from Dani Robbins, the Director of NonProfit Administration Programs at John Carroll University, about what makes fundraising an art and not a science.Read more
YNPN Cleveland is proud to recognize service and the commitment shown by volunteers and can't wait to cultivate more volunteers around the city!Read more
Looking for a career change? We rounded up some full-time and internship opportunities throughout the nonprofit sector for you!Read more
Do you know a young nonprofit professional who is making a large impact on the city of Cleveland and the community they serve? Nominate them for YNPN Cleveland's Young NonProfit Professional of the Year Award!Read more
The Cleveland non-profit community serves many distinct publics - all with different needs, causes, and missions. The Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is the nation's oldest hearing and speech center and Northeast Ohio's only nonprofit organization dedicated solely to serving those with special communication needs.
I’m very lucky to have the opportunity to work at the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center (CHSC). This is a nearly 100 year old organization that provides hearing, speech, and Deaf services, support and advocacy, to the Northeast Ohio community regardless of their ability to pay. CHSC serves every member of the community and focuses on communication effectiveness and making every connection possible. Effective communication is so important in our lives and I’m glad that I have the opportunity to work for an organization that has continuously worked to ensure that everyone is able to communicate.Read more