Since we began our on-the-ground work in Cleveland in 2016, ioby has supported more than 30 resident leaders to plan, fund, and build positive change in neighborhoods across the city. Together, these leaders have raised more than $100,000 in small donations to make Cleveland neighborhoods safer, greener, more livable and more fun.

 

Ready to make change where you live? Reach out to the Cleveland Action Strategist, Indigo Bishop at indigo@ioby.org or tell us your idea and we'll contact you right away:

start a project 

 

We know that the best community projects are not solo endeavors - real change means collaboration, coordination, and teamwork. But we also know how daunting it can feel to work with city government for the first time. That’s why we developed this guide, to make it easier to connect and work with city officials to make our neighborhoods safer, greener, more livable and more fun!

 

Student posing in Uniform

Step Up, Dress Up

The Site Coordinator at Harvey Rice Wraparound School is seeking to re-stock the schools uniform closet to provide students with uniforms resources when needed.

NEEDS: $1,330 of 4,000
Broadway Christian Church Summer Reading Program 2016

BCC Summer Reading Program 2017

Our program has been helping children improve their literacy, while providing employment opportunites and skills to the teen staff we employ. 

NEEDS: $0 of 4,100

Turning Wheels in Hough

We would like to bring a family oriented event to the Hough community that not only brings the community together through fun, music and entertainment, but also promotes health and wellness.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,590 + Volunteers
Cozad Bates House, 1853, Mayfield Rd University Circle

Finding Lucy Bagby

Cleveland's rich anti-slavery past from the abolitionist era needs to be known and understood. 

We are  expanding our research to fill in a significant part of Cleveland's history.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,050 + Volunteers

Lake Affect Arts Launch Fund

Our mission is twofold, the establishment of a performance venue designed to create an intimate connection between the audience and performers. Second, our education program targeted at schools who need it most.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,060

Clean House Renovation

 The purchase and installation of this furnace will supply heat this winter to our first floor unit which includes two bedrooms, a kitchen, a common living area and single bathroom.

NEEDS: $0 of 475 + Volunteers

UJIMA re-fresh POP-UP JUICE SPOTS

pop-up juice event designed to promote healthy eating & community fellowship.  Collaborations amongst multiple stakeholders makes each pop-up event uniquly entertaining, informative, and refreshing.

NEEDS: $0 of 5,185 + Volunteers

Baker Biker Box

This Sustainable Project will enhance the community by providing a safe, convenient place and environmentally sound project.

NEEDS: $0 of 300 + Volunteers