From Crain’s Cleveland Business:
The Cleveland Foundation is among 10 nationwide winners of an award recognizing innovative partnerships between foundations and government "that have been critical in transforming communities and improving the quality of life for low- and moderate-income residents across the country," according to a news release.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Council on Foundations announced the 2019 winners of the Secretary's Award for Public- Philanthropic Partnerships on Tuesday, April 30.
Awards were given to place-based funders for initiatives executed in partnership with a local, regional or federal government agency, according to the release....
The foundation and its partners (Cleveland Public Library, Cuyahoga Public Library, Mobile Beacon, PCs for People, Huntington Bank, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority and the Cleveland Housing Network) serve more than 100,000 Northeast Ohio residents, according to HUD.
Read Crain’s Cleveland Business's article "Cleveland Foundation wins award for public-private partnership ," featuring the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority.