Cleveland VOTES is a nonpartisan, democracy-building movement that works to reconstruct and strengthen power through active participation of our collective partners. Guided by a system of networks, we promote informed, action-oriented mobilization that shifts power towards Equitable Civic Engagement and Infrastructure.
EDUCATE + CONNECT + EMPOWER
Our four-year Strategic Plan is the culmination of dozens of conversations with community partners and leaders, funders and democracy builders, and Clevelanders who care about our city.
Did you know that there are FOUR Civic Holidays happening this fall? If you’re interested in celebrating Civic Engagement and Democracy in your Community, click the link below to learn more about these holidays and how you can get involved!
Holidays + How You Can Celebrate Them
An update on NEOCH's lawsuit against voter suppression bill, OH H.B. 458.
In January, Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless joined the Ohio Federation of Teachers, Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans, Union Veterans Council, and the state’s 88 county boards of elections in a lawsuit against Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose over Ohio House Bill 458.
We wrote an update on this lawsuit for our blog.
Your charitable donation will go directly to our important work to empower voters and reclaim our democracy. Together we can ensure that our equitable civic engagement efforts are fair, accessible, and equitable.
Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association is the fiscal agent for Cleveland VOTES. All financial contributions (grants and individual donations) must be made out to the Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association, with a note designating for Cleveland VOTES.
Please be sure to provide your mailing address to receive your donation verification letter.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.