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Community Endeavors Foundation

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Last Updated: 2015-09-24

At A Glance

Community Endeavors Foundation

(formerly Community Endeavors, Inc. and Healthy Fathering)

(also known as Healthy Fathering Collaborative)

P.O. Box 606194

Cleveland, OH United States 44106

Telephone: (216) 245-7842

URL: www.neofathering.net

Type of Grantmaker

Independent foundation

Financial Data

(yr. ended 2012-12-31)

Assets: $818,891

Total giving: $134,077

EIN

341723451

BRIDGE Number

8350431003

Background

Established in 1992 in OH

Purpose and Activities

Giving primarily for family services, with a particular focus on low-income fathers and unmarried parents; also established the Healthy Fathering Collaborative, a working group of service providers and funders providing services to low-income fathers in Greater Cleveland, Ohio.

Program Area(s)

The grantmaker has identified the following area(s) of interest:

Healthy Fathering Collaborative

The program was established by the Community Endeavors Foundation in Aug. 2001 as a working group of service providers and funders providing services to fathers, fathers-to-be and young men in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio, area. The group meets bi-monthly, rotating the meeting among agency sites, allowing the members of the collaborative to become more familiar with each other's programs. The collaborative is guided by three goals: 1) a sharing of ideas, inspirations, frustrations and innovations in client recruitment and service delivery; 2) the coordination of existing services where clients, catchment areas and goals may overlap; and 3) the development of new collaborative models of service delivery. Further descriptions and additional information are available at the web site E-mail: info@neofathering.net.

Fields of Interest

Subjects
  • Parent education
Population Groups
  • Children
  • Male adults
  • Male children and youth
  • Parents

Financial Data

Year ended 2012-12-31

Assets: $818,891 (market value)

Gifts received: $108,760

Expenditures: $271,936

Total giving: $134,077

Qualifying distributions: $271,936

Giving activities include:

$134,077 for 91 grants (high: $12,500; low: $200)