AJC Cleveland will present its 2019 Isaiah Award for Human Relations to The Music Settlement, Neighborhood Family Practice and Saint Martin de Porres High School at a special breakfast program.

AJC also will showcase the work of all 10 finalists.

The Keynote, “Building Bridges, Strengthening Community” will feature Carrie Carpenter, senior vice president, regional manager of corporate affairs for Huntington National Bank in conversation with Felton Thomas, executive director of the Cleveland Public Library.

For 55 years, AJC Cleveland has presented the Isaiah Award to nonprofit organizations which show significant initiative and leadership toward advancing intergroup understanding and respect.

“This year, as in past years, presented a phenomenal group of finalists, all of whom are actively making a difference in Northeast Ohio,” said Isaiah co-chair Loree Resnik. “The selection committee feels the responsibility of the Isaiah Award’s legacy and our decision is never easy. This year is both AJC Cleveland’s 75th anniversary and the 55th anniversary of the Isaiah Award, and the committee’s selection of three recipients underscores the tremendous accomplishments of nonprofit organizations in Greater Cleveland.”

WHEN: 7:45 a.m. Dec. 10

WHERE: Cuyahoga Community College, Jerry Sue Thornton Center, 2500 E. 22nd St., Cleveland

TICKETS & INFO: $18 at bit.ly/2DDBAqg. For information, email cleveland@ajc.org call 216-781-6035.

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