NEO CANDO, Northeast Ohio Community and Neighborhood Data for Organizing, is a free and publicly accessible social and economic data system of the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, a research institute housed at Case Western Reserve University's Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
Ohio City Incorporated (OCI) is the community development corporation responsible for preserving, promoting and developing the Ohio City neighborhood. OCI serves the community by providing assistance to both neighborhood residents as well as businesses and institutions through the vehicles of advocacy and engagement, community building, marketing, special events, neighborhood planning and housing assistance. Furthermore, OCI is engaged in tenant attraction and retention. The work of OCI is aimed at making Ohio City a vibrant and livable community.
The foundation's mission is to enhance the lives of all residents of Greater Cleveland, now and for generations to come, by working together with our donors to build community endowment, address needs through grantmaking, and provide leadership on key community issues.
Merged from ParkWorks and Cleveland Public Art, LAND studio's mission is to create places and connect people through public art, sustainable building and design, collaborative planning, and dynamic programming.
Supports interpretation and understanding of the history of Greater Cleveland. A project between Case Western Reserve University, The Western Reserve Historical Society and the northeastern Ohio community, the Encyclopedia represents the contributions of hundreds of academic scholars and talented amateur historians.