Cleveland Foundation Helps People In Need
Philanthropy is alive and well as millions are given to less fortunate communities.
Northwest Area Foundation presented 37 separate grants, totaling $4.6 million, to the progress of decent jobs and access to financial help, as well as work opportunities for those in immigrant, Native, and less fortunate communities.
Along with that, Saint Luke's Foundation of Cleveland gave almost $2.5 million to 16 different organizations focusing on healthy people, community strength, and resilient families. With that, Saint Luke's has officially contributed more than $100 million since establishing in 1997.
The Genesee County Parks and Recreation of Michigan received $1.8 million from Charles Stewart Mott Foundation for local park maintenance.
The regularity of philanthropic actions and activities proves goodness still exists in the world, and is aplenty, while the spotlight seems to shine on what's not so bright.
What can we do to shine light on more good deeds in the news instead of the bad?