project leader
Michael M
location
5634 Broadway Avenue
(Cuyahoga County )
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the project

The Community Cup Classic™ is an annual county wide family engagement and wellness competition.

The mission of the Community Cup Classic™ is to:

  • Connect youth and families to a network of evidence based supports to reduce health disparities and be successful in today’s global economy.
  • Increase positive adult engagement by creating opportunities where youth are celebrated.
  • Raise one million dollars to be distributed annually for sustainable youth development opportunities and to eliminate barriers in becoming life long learners.

Community Cup Classic™ 2019 Summer events - All events are FREE to the community! For more: http://allevents.by/communitycupclassic

Free Health Screenings!!  Blood Pressure, EKG Heart Check, Nutrition and Physical Activity and Blood Glucose (Sugar)

  • June 8 - Lifeline Sports Youth Baseball Clinic partnership with Greater Cleveland Sports Commission First Pitch of the Summer Festival - League Park - 6600 Lexington Avenue - 10 - 2
  • June 12 - Community Health Fair - Parma Snow Branch - 2121 Snow Road - 10 - 4
  • June 13 - Community Health Fair - Warrensville High School - 4270 Northfield Road - 10 - 3
  • June 24 - Community Health Hub Pop Up - Parkwood Drive Thru - 11100 Superior Avenue - 1 - 4
  • June 29 - Community Car Wash and Community Festival - Bethany Baptist Church -1211 East 105th, 10 - 4
  • July 13 - Southeast Community Health Expo - John Adams High School 3817 MLK Jr. Drive - 10 - 3
  • July 20 - Family Unity Day - Luke Easter Park 12 - 6
  • August 3 - Lifeline Sports Youth Baseball Clinic - League Park - 6600 Lexington Avenue - 10 - 2 - Register: http://www.lifelinesports.com
  • August 7 - Wellness Wednesday - Greater Friendship Baptist Church - 12305 Arlington Ave - 6 - 7
  • August 10 - Glenville Festival Sam Miller Park - 12 - 6
  • August 17 - Back to School Health Fair - Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center - 11011 Ashbury Ave - 1 - 4
  • August 21 - Wellness Wednesday - Greater Friendship Baptist Church - 12305 Arlington Ave - 6 - 7
  • August 31 - Community Health Fair partnership with Cleveland Clinic - Greater Friendship Baptist Church - 12305 Arlington Ave - 10 - 4

Back to School Giveaways

  • July 27 - FREE Backpack Giveaway - Church of Pentecost - 2951 W. 32nd St - 2 - 5
  • August 1 - 2nd Annual Cuyahoga County Family Fun Day - Public Square - 10:30 - 2
  • August 3 - FREE Back 2 School Supplies Giveaway - Euclid Creek Reservation - 850 Euclid Creek Pkwy - 12 - 3 (Register click link)
  • August 3 - City of Cleveland Youth Summit & Back to School Fair - Public Auditorium 500 Lakeside Ave - 9 - 1:30
  • August 3 - Boost Mobile Back to School Event - 4064 Lee Rd - 1 - 3 (Register click link)
  • August 4 - Boost Mobile Back to School Event - 3101 W. 25th St - 1 - 3 (Register click link)
  • August 4 - Back to School Blast - 5930 State Road - 1 - 3
  • August 4 - Kids N Crowns Back to School Festival - 17100 Harvard Avenue - 1 - 5
  • August 10 - Boost Mobile Back to School Event - 5342 Northfield Rd - 1 -3 (Register click link)
  • August 10 - FREE Backpacks and School Supplies - Lakewood New Life Church - 14224 Detroit Ave - 12 - 2
  • August 10 - FREE Backpacks and School Supplies - Kids in the Commons - Greenbriar Commons - 12 - 5
  • August 17 - PCSD Opening Kick off - Byers Field - 10 - 3
  • August 17 - Boost Mobile Back to School Event - 3552 Fulton Rd - 1 - 3 (Register click link)
  • September 7 - Back to School Bash - East 55th and Huss St - 1 - 4

Community Meetings

To register for youth clinics visit: http://www.lifelinesports.com

We are actively raising dollars to establish the fund for sustainable youth development opportunities. You may donate directly through this site.  We Thank You for your support!!

For partnership information, please contact Michael Matthews - michael@panache5.com 

To see us on Live on Lakeside, click here

The annual event calendar culminates in June of 2020 with the Community Cup Classic™ Finals, a week celebration filled with signature events.

Demographics

  • Targeted age group: Minority Youth (8 to 14)
  • Target: 25,000 youth and their households (+100,000 people)
  • Youth Development: STEAM, Chess, Robotics, Theatre, Spoken Word, Music
  • Sport Events: Flag Football, Track and Field, Soccer, Kickball
  • Family Support: Mothers / Babies, Physical Activity, Chronic Disease Self Management, Environmental (Asthma, etc.), Nutrition Education

Location

  • Cuyahoga County
  • City of Warrensville Heights

Key Partners

  • A Vision of Change, Inc.
  • Lifeline Sports
  • Cuyahoga County LIbrary
  • Warrensville Heights City Schools
  • City of Warrensville Heights
  • Cleveland State University (School of Nursing - Community Health Workers, School of Education, Area Health Education Center, College of Urban Affairs, Community Engagement)
  • Josh Gibson Foundation
  • Tom Rooney Sports Entertainment Group
  • Kristin Andress Consulting
  • Acuitive Digital
  • Madwerkz Studios
  • Goosechase
  • Recess Cleveland
  • Bedtime In a Box
  • HIP Cuyahoga
  • Ohio State University Cuyahoga County Extension
  • Bike Cleveland
  • Open Streets
  • Spellmaster
  • Mortar Consulting
  • Beyond Extracts
  • Alfio Homes
  • Elemental Community Solutions

 

     

     

     

     

     

    the steps

    Through direct partnerships community residents will have an opportunity to work with leaders and professionals throughout the year who will provide mentorship in leadership, opportunities to participate in civic engagement, career training, academics, peer support and health/wellness and fitness activities.  

     

     

    why we're doing it

    As positive adult engagement increases, our strategies instill in students the self-confidence and motivation to stay in school, graduate from high school and pursue post-high school education, career training and/or employment.  The fundraising model provides sustainable resources to support the scalability of strategy.

     

    budget

    Throughout the calendar year, communities throughout the county, compete against each other earning points for participation in a variety of youth centered opportunities that promote academic success, connectivity to family and community, positive social emotional skill development and healthy lifestyles to determine which community has the highest level of resident involvement and family engagement. and thus a better community for its young people. The point system embedded within the event calendar braids youth development best practice with the core principles of human behavior and competition.

    We anticipate these project operations expenses to be used for event operations, insurances, marketing, talent, and operating capital to acquire the materials, equipment and facilities etc. as necessary for project implementation.

    Website Development for the Cup 2000

    Neighborhood Teams 2000

    Donor Advised Fund Establishment 6000

    Total Project Budget 10000

     

    PROJECT FUNDING NEEDED = $10,000

    ioby Platform Fee $35

    ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%) $310

     

    TOTAL TO RAISE = $10,345

     

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    donors

    • Simpson Price
    • Banneker Financial Services
    • Caitlyn Fischer
    • ebony d taylor
    • Helen
    • Gregory B.
    • Stacy N.
    • Matt Cannistraci
    • Synita G.
    • The Marshall Family
    • Ryan C.
    • The Young Family
    • Anonymous
    • The M. Mayweather Family
    • The L. Jenkins Family
    • The M. Jenkins Family
    • Distinguished Men Of Excellence
    • Anonymous
    • The Wise Family
    • S. and M. Goodman Family
    • Anonymous
    • Michelle B.
    • Ali
    • Donny Thomas
    • B jones
    • Warren Wise
    • Nick
    • Anonymous
    • Anonymous