Thursday, september 27, 2018 @ 5:00PM
hofbrauhaus cleveland

Since its inception in 2013, the IICF Ohio Chapter has granted nearly $300,000 in funding to local nonprofits through its Community Grants Program.

2017 Grant Recipients

Thank you for the amazing work
you do to make our community
a better place to live.

IICF is proud to support your efforts!
Leg Up for Cleveland's Kids (LUCK)
Leg Up For Cleveland’s Kids (LUCK) is a program through the Chagrin Valley Professional Horsemen’s Association. LUCK addresses vulnerable teens with structured opportunities to keep them safe, provide education and responsibilities with specific programs with care of horses, build social skills, and foster better relationships with law enforcement.
Achievement Centers for Children
Achievement Centers for Children empowers children and adults with disabilities and their families to achieve their greatest potential.
Blessings in a Backpack

Blessings in a Backpack partners with America to ensure impoverished elementary school children are fed on the weekends throughout the school year.


Gigi's Playhouse

Believing strongly that individuals with Down syndrome needed a place where they could be accepted, supported and celebrated, Gigi’s Playhouse addresses 3 major needs in Cleveland:

•A physical location to serve individuals with Down syndrome, their families and their communities.
•Educational and therapeutic programs
•Access to support regardless of socio-economic status
Heinzerling Foundation
To provide a loving and nurturing environment that enriches the development, education and quality of life of individuals with severe or profound developmental disabilities.
Partners in Education
Partners in Education is a non-profit organization, which develops and fosters partnerships between area schools and northwest Ohio businesses, government agencies, organizations and churches. Funded by contributions from businesses, individuals and the community, they leverage their most important investment — the education of our children.
Partners in Hope
Partners in Hope is working towards improved, longer-lasting solutions to end family homelessness through Education and Development programs that support the journey from crisis based living to stability.
Pegasus Farm
The mission of Pegasus Farm is to maximize the potential of persons with disabilities to become independent, well-rounded, self-confident individuals by providing equine activities along with recreational and vocational support.
Save Our Children
The mission of Save Our Children (SOC) is to improve literacy, promote academic excellence and cultivate leadership in at­-risk youth in our community.

St. Vincent De Paul

The Dayton District Council of St. Vincent de Paul, growing in spirituality and friendship, provides Christ-inspired person-to-person assistance in an empowering effort to improve the lives of those in personal, spiritual, or material need- working to end poverty and homelessness one person at a time.