• Listed below are links that give additional information on the many partnerships that service our Garrett Morgan School of Engineering and Innovation Family!

     

     

    • Matt Zone- Councilman Ward 15
      • Councilman Matt Zone was first elected to City Council in 2001, representing Ward 15, which includes the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood where he and generations of his family grew up.
        Ward 15 also includes the Edgewater area, Gordon Square and parts of Ohio City, Cudell, and Stockyards neighborhoods.Councilman Zone is chairman of council's Safety Committee and vice chairman of its FinanceCommittee. He also serves on the Health & Human Services Committee and the OperationsCommittee.

     

    • Greater Cleveland Food Bank
      • Throughout Northeast Ohio, one in six people is food insecure – meaning they may not know where their next meal will come from. The Greater Cleveland Food Bank seeks to bridge the meal gap, connecting individuals with the nutritious meals they need to succeed.

     

    • Coats for Kids
      • 2020 marks the 39th anniversary of Coats for Kids – Cleveland, which was started in 1981 by local radio station employees when they realized that a large number of children were not attending school in the winter because they did not have warm coats. That November, Coats for Kids – Cleveland was founded and the radio station began soliciting donations of like-new, gently worn coats and cash donations to purchase new coats.

     

     

    • NFL Play60
      • NFL PLAY 60 is the League's national youth health and wellness campaign to encourage kids to get physically active for at least 60 minutes a day. Since PLAY 60 launched in 2007, the NFL has committed more than $352 million to youth health and fitness through PLAY 60 programming, grants and media time for public service announcements.

     

     

    • Buckeye Health
      • In 2019, Buckeye’s Community Relations team was involved in 724 events, alongside thousands of community partners, helping 1,110,254 people in Ohio gain access to food, housing, jobs and healthcare. Our support helps bridge the gap between community resources and healthcare to improve the quality of life for all Ohioans. For more information on Buckeye's contribution to the community.

     

    • Metro Health School Program
      • When your child needs a physical exam, an immunization or a little help with an ongoing illness, you might start looking for pediatric clinics in Cleveland that can help. And a visit to a doctor could mean missing work, taking a long trip on the bus or both.At MetroHealth, we want to make sure all children get the health care they need—including children who may not have access to a health care provider. So we have developed a program that brings the power of MetroHealth to every convenient place: Your child's school.

     

     

     

     

     

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