Three Arches Foundation, a community-focused grant making foundation, has awarded more than $1.1 million in grants to 16 organizations for their work in advancing the health and well-being of the people of Lakewood and surrounding communities.
Among the agencies supported are Bellefaire JCB, which received $94,790 to support proactive expansion of critical trauma-informed prevention and consultation services in Lakewood City Schools through Bellfaire’s School-Based Counseling program.
Other agencies and their funding awards follow: The Gathering Place, $82,172; The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, $200,000 over two years; Applewood Centers, Inc., $28,075; Beck Center for the Arts, $25,000; Building Hope in the City, $50,000 over two years; Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center, $55,000; GiGi’s Playhouse Cleveland, $52,800; Hospice of the Western Reserve, $50,000;
Lakewood Community Services Center & Murtis Taylor Human Services System, $79,163; Neighborhood Family Practice, $100,000; Old Brooklyn Community Development Corp, $60,000; Recovery Resources, $124,000 over two years; St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, $10,000; The Carolyn L. Farrell Foundation, $25,000; and The Centers for Families and Children, $125,000.
Three Arches Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that invests in advancing the health and well-being of Lakewood residents and the surrounding communities through grant making. By connecting people, ideas and resources, the foundation fosters a collaborative approach towards investing in organizations whose work directly addresses the continuum of physical and behavioral health issues.