Welcome to Sangfroid Strategy’s new series spotlighting Northeast Ohio nonprofit organizations doing the hard work to adapt their programming and continue to deliver their social good during these times. Here we asked nonprofits to share positive and innovative ways they
Caring for the children of our community is a high priority. They are our future, after all! Research has shown that afterschool programs can provide a wealth of benefits to children in crucial developmental areas including social, emotional, academic, and
In this edition, we feature University Settlement, an organization that has been changing lives in the Slavic Village neighborhood and beyond since 1926!
Many nonprofit leaders are currently focusing all of their thoughts and attention on the uncertainty of the current pandemic, and how their organization will be impacted in the immediate and long-term. While mandates vary from state to state, overall we
In this edition, we talk with Yvonka M. Hall, Executive Director of the Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition, about how the coalition has pivoted their focus to help keep the children and families of Cleveland fed during this pandemic.
For the past decade, nonprofits who have brought in a significant amount of their own revenue to augment donations and grant dollars were praised as innovators. Where fee-for-service revenue models, oftentimes allowing nonprofits to augment free services with paid services,
In this edition, we highlight ZENworks Yoga, and talk with Executive Director Sonya Bapna Patel about how their helping kids and families breathe, pause, and reset at home!
Right now there are nonprofit businesses making the most of this defining moment in world history. Here we’ve chosen to zoom in on three organizations, two in Cleveland and one in Seattle, who’ve reshaped their business models to remain relevant
Both for-profit and nonprofit organizations alike are feeling the effects of COVID-19 in a significant way. But nonprofit organizations – especially those in the arts and education industry – are under extreme pressure to pivot and innovate or seek alternative
In this edition, we highlight CAN Journal, the Collective Arts Network’s Art from a Distance blog series, bringing the nourishment of the arts into your home.