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1 's Board of Directors (Does not include designated, donor advised or grants made by supporting organizations) Arts and Culture Apollo's Fire: The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra Apollo's Fire & Lake Erie College collaborative partnership Art House, Inc. Implementation of revised business plan and StudioGo Initiative $25, Baycrafters dba BayARTS Online course management system $13, The Cleveland Foundation (Inc.) Project management costs associated with the Creative Fusion initiative $175, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History Inspire: Reach Every Child $80, PlayhouseSquare Foundation Cleveland Play House - Power of Three Allen Theatre project $250, The Cleveland Modern Dance Association dba DANCECleveland Engaging the Future Innovation Prototype Project: DANCECleveland Ambassadors Engaging the Future supplemental sustaining support EMCArts Inc., New York, NY Engaging the Future $225,000.00

2 GroundWorks Dancetheater Engaging the Future Innovation Prototype Projects: "It's Your Move" and "Not-Salon Salon" Heights Arts Collaborative Inc. Comprehensive business planning $20, Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland Engaging the Future Innovation Prototype Project: "This is a Test" PlayhouseSquare Foundation Children's Theatre Series and International Children's Festival $27, Shore Civic Center Corporation dba Shore Cultural Centre Support to pilot a new collaborative program model Development of architectural plans for building renovation The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH IPads for curatorial staff from the John H. Thomas Family Fund Verb Ballets season and evaluation of the business model $50, Western Reserve Historical Society Philanthropic Archives $36, Total Arts and Culture 1,006, Neighborhoods & Housing City of Chardon Challenge grant for Heritage House completion $25,000.00

3 The Cleveland Foundation (Inc.) Grants approved at 9/28/2012 Meeting of The Cleveland Foundation Identification and engagement of a Steven A. Minter Fellow focused on technology to improve Cleveland's nonprofit sector $400, Summer Internship program $200, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. Cuyahoga County Housing First Initiative $125, Global Cleveland Start-up activities for young professionals $150, Medical Center Company Creating and implementing a comprehensive development strategy for transitioning to a coal free combined heat and power facility $50, Neighborhood Progress Inc. Saint Luke's Manor, Phase III: Turning Opportunity Into Reality $500, PolicyBridge 2012 initiatives related to research, briefings, and forums $50, Total Neighborhoods & Housing 1,500, Economic Development Economic Growth Foundation Commission on Economic Inclusion Gordon Square Arts District Gordon Square Arts District campaign $250, Hispanic Business Assoc. dba NE Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Develop. Expansion of the Business Development program $110, Keep Our Port Strong Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority levy campaign Port Authority levy education and campaign support $40, Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET) Scaling up Small and Medium Size Manufacturing Programs $400,000.00

4 Ohio Aerospace Institute Export initiative to assist aerospace manufacturing companies in increasing export sales $150, Village Capital Corporation Uptown Phase II $2,000, Education Total Economic Development 3,060, Berea Children's Home & Family Services dba Guidestone Stepstone Academy for start-up and academic year expenses $150, Case Western Reserve University, Office of University Development New Medical Education and Research Building for CWRU School of Medicine $10,000, Citizens for Our Children's Future CMSD levy campaign $200, The Cleveland Foundation (Inc.) Development of a four-year operational plan for CMSD/Race To The Top application Higher Education Compact Higher Education Compact best practices symposium $150, $125, $3, Cleveland Scholarship Programs, Inc. dba College Now Greater Cleveland Third-Party Evaluation $75, Cuyahoga Community College Foundation High Tech Academy program $5, Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County Cuyahoga County Regional Summer Academy $20,000.00

5 Friends of Breakthrough Schools Relocation of Citizens Academy from the Temple-Tifereth Israel to the Joseph Landis school $50, Grantmakers for Education, Portland, OR 2012 and 2013 membership dues and general support Jewish Federation of Cleveland Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University ($75,000) and program support for the Cleveland Israel Arts Connection 2012/2013 ($25,000) Kenyon College, Gambier, OH Participation of Cleveland-area teachers in the Gullah Digital Archive and Oral History Project $13, Laurel School Partnership efforts with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District for the North Star Youth Development program $40, Project: LEARN, Inc. Education First Program, providing educational programming to young offenders in the Cuyahoga County Jail system, as part of the county's Prison Diversion Program $30, Saint Edward High School Institute for Global Education in Engineering Sciences' validation and pilot program $50, Saint Martin De Porres High School Work Study Program Student work team at the Cleveland Foundation for the schoolyear $27, Environment Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park General support Total Education 11,048, $10,400.00

6 Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Operation analysis and the planetarium upgrade project National Wildlife Federation, Reston, VA 8th Annual Great Lakes Restoration Conference held September 2012 in Cleveland $7, Port Authority of Eastlake Eastlake and Chagrin River park planning Trust for Public Land Land Conservation in Ohio project Western Reserve Land Conservancy Thriving Communities Institute's Clean and Green Revitalization Program $150, Health Total Environment 292, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Expand the work of the Lerner College of Medicine's Healthy Cleveland Story Center Initiative $161, Das Deutsch Center for Special Needs Children dba DDC Clinic, Middlefield, OH Genetic and translational research at the DDC Clinic L'Arche Cleveland New nursing position North East Ohio Health Services dba Connections: Health.Wellness.Advocacy Shared Services Organization - Electronic Medical Record $250,000.00

7 Rose-Mary Center Day Program $90, Stella Maris, Inc. Assessment and marketing of detoxification services to diversify funding support University Hospitals Health System, Inc. University Hospitals Quality Institute $500, Philanthropic Sector Total Health 1,121, The Cleveland Foundation (Inc.) Second Century book project and advocacy and public education white paper $20, Council of Michigan Foundations, Inc., Grand Haven, MI Great Lakes Funder Collaboration National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, Washington, DC Philanthropy s Promise initiative membership Social Services Total Philanthropic Sector 40, Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland Save Our Kids Campaign & Academic Success Programs $250, Building Hope In The City First year support for the Refugee Services Collaborative $84, Cleveland Foodbank, Inc. Cooler/Freezer expansion project $325,000.00

8 Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Reinventing the Cycle's Project Stop program against childhood sexual abuse $6, Community Re-Entry, Inc. Integrated mental health care Family Connections of Northeast Ohio Merger completion $55, Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center Endowment campaign feasibility study Friends of the High Line, New York, NY General supportfrom the John H. Thomas Family Fund recommended by John Henry Thomas III $5, Friendship Circle of Cleveland, Inc. Transitioning to a new model of board engaged fundraising $75, Neighborhood Leadership Institute Capacity building and organizational support $125, Scranton Road Ministries Community Development Corporation Strategic planning and capacity building initative $25, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland Implementation of the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood Initiative The Spanish American Committee for a Better Community Strategic planning $17,895.00

9 $17, The Covenant, Inc. Maintaining and enhancing multi-dimensional family treatment $115, Voices for Ohio's Children Engage youth in neighborhoods and public awareness efforts for MyCom $80, West Side Catholic Center Identification Crisis in Cleveland Collaborative, which assists those in poverty with obtaining documentation needed for basic needs $25, YMCA of Jefferson County, Festus, MO General support from the John H. Thomas Family Fund recommended by John Henry Thomas III $5, Total Social Services 1,446,877.00

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