• 30 Jan 2019 10:57 PM | Anonymous

  • 12 Apr 2018 11:09 AM | Anonymous

    Giving our Community Another Chance!!

    Caresource Foundation presented Another Chance of Ohio with a check for $5,000.00 to support the mission of ACOO.

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    Thank you CareSource!!!

    We are so proud of our partnerships and ultimately, of the impact we are able to make together.

  • 19 Feb 2017 12:30 PM | Anonymous

    ACOO Chairperson, Barbara Anderson is an honoree at the City of Cleveland Black History Month Crowning Event Luncheon. The event is invitation only and scheduled for noon in the City Hall Rotunda on February 28th. This special recognition is in honor of her on-going leadership and tenacity.  Barbara Anderson is clearly a “Cleveland Hero”.

  • 30 Dec 2016 1:08 PM | Anonymous

    Another Chance of Ohio Celebrates Fifth Third Bank’s $30 Billion Community Development Plan


    Today, Another Chance of Ohio commended the $30 billion Community Development Plan announced by Fifth Third Bank. The Plan was developed in an agreement between Fifth Third and members and allies of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), including Another Chance of Ohio. All of Ohio is expected to benefit substantially from the loans and investments included in this agreement.


    Fifth Third’s Community Development Plan, starting in 2016 and taking place over five years, includes mortgage and small business lending, including micro-lending, community development lending and investing, philanthropy, and financial services for low- and moderate-income communities.

    “NHS of Greater Cleveland welcomes the opportunity to continue our partnership with Fifth Third Bank to implement this broad-reaching plan that will positively affect the residents and the communities we serve in northeast Ohio,” said Lou Tisler, executive director, Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland. 

    “This substantive and detailed community development plan was the result of a collaborative process with community members and bank leaders,” said NCRC President & CEO John Taylor. “We applaud President & CEO Greg Carmichael and the senior leadership of Fifth Third, who after putting out a significant community commitment earlier in the year, were willing and eager to deeply engage NCRC and its member organizations in significant discussions to ensure the commitments made were in areas of the greatest community need and put in place rigorous accountability for their bank and the communities they serve.”

    The Community Development Plan was developed through meetings with NCRC and 135 other community-based organizations across Fifth Third’s footprint.


    The Community Development Plan will:


    • Fund $11 billion in mortgage lending to LMI individuals and communities.
    • Fund $10 billion in small business lending in all markets and communities to businesses with gross annual revenue below $1 million.
    • Fund $9 billion in Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) community development loans and investments. This includes support for affordable housing, revolving loan funds, Community Development Corporations, Community Development Financial Institutions, community pre-development resources, housing rehab loan pools, and community land trusts and land banks.
    • Fund $93 million in philanthropy.
    • Work to ensure adequate access to bank branches in LMI communities and communities of color, including opening at least 10 new branches. 


    About NCRC

    NCRC and its grassroots member organizations create opportunities for people to build wealth. We work with community leaders, policymakers and financial institutions to champion fairness in banking, housing and business development.

  • 29 Mar 2016 2:10 PM | Anonymous

    The video will premiere the fall of 2016 at the exhibition By The People: Designing a Better America, at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City. The exhibit chronicles change-makers across the country working to combat the effects of widening inequality through housing finance and design, workforce development, environmental justice, democracy reform, and more. Ms. Anderson’s work is included in the exhibition's introductory video installation’s series of day-in-the-life portraits of individuals and institutions working on these urgent issues throughout Ohio

  • 03 Aug 2015 8:30 AM | Anonymous

    The Sullivan-Deckard Scholars Opportunity Program provides opportunity for highly motivated youth who are aging out of foster care to pursue an undergraduate degree. 

    The program offers the benefit of a world-class education at Cleveland State University with a system of support that us customized and structured to meet their academic, social and financial needs. The goal is to help students make a smooth transition to independent living, successfully complete engaged learning for personal and professional development, and ultimately earn a Bachelor's Degree.

    Participation in the Sullivan-Deckard Scholars Opportunity Program does not guarantee admission to Cleveland State University. Students must formally apply and fulfill all admission requirements.

    Program Features

    The program features support for completing the college application process, a customized series of campus visits including information sessions and various engaged learning experiences, and an intensive Residential Summer Transition to College Workshop (STCW) to prepare for university life. 

    A team of CSU students will assist the Sullivan-Deckard Scholars to navigate the campus landscape, helping them to make friends quickly, identify campus resources and provide peer assistance and support for success.

    Eligibility for the Program

    Participation in the Sullivan-Deckard Scholars Opportunity Program is voluntary

    • Students in foster care who are high school juniors and seniors, at least 16 years old and have been in foster care for three years or more
    • Positioned for high school graduation and college admission in 2015 or 2016
    • Will age out of foster care by the date of high school graduation and are under 20 years old
    • Legal residents of Ohio and eligible for in-state tuition rates
     For more information on the Sullivan-Deckard Scholars Opportunity Program, please contact:

    Dr. Charleyse S. Pratt, Ph.D.
    Assistant Vice President
    Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement
    Division of University Engagement

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