For a complete list of non-profit organizations, see the Business Directory.
Cleveland Heights has a strong network of non-profit organizations, each with its own mission, but they all strive to make Cleveland Heights a great place to call home. We highlight just a few:
Cleveland Heights High School Alumni Foundation
On this website you will learn about Cleveland Heights High School, the Alumni Foundation, what the Foundation does, and how you can become involved.
A unique, non-profit support center offering free and low-cost programs and services. Their programs are designed to offer parents a variety of opportunities to enhance their parenting experience, build their confidence as parents and provide resources for them to become the parents they strive to be.
Works to create citizen engagement tools for the residents of Cleveland Heights and University Heights through community meetings, forums, online newsletters and the monthly Heights Observer newspaper.
Heights Arts cultivates a strong, collaborative arts community by inspiring people of all ages to engage in the arts; supporting the arts through education; providing exhibition and performance opportunities; and fostering public appreciation for the arts.
Heights Bicycle Coalition
A bike advocacy organization with the goal of making Cleveland Heights a League of American Bicyclists’ “Bicycle Friendly Community.”
Heights Community Congress
An advocate of social justice, a monitor of fair housing and a facilitator of community building. In addition, each year they sponsor the Heights Home and Garden Tour, a popular event showcasing Cleveland Heights' beautiful homes and gardens.
Home Repair Resource Center
A nonprofit organization serving the repair needs of our community's homeowners for over 30 years. The free community services it offers can be of great benefit to homeowners. The organization also offers special programs to assist homeowners with foreclosure prevention.
Lake Erie Ink
A not for profit 501(c)3 that provides creative expression opportunities and academic support to youth in the Greater Cleveland community. Located in the former Coventry School building at 2843 Washington Boulevard, Lake Erie Ink offers programs for students ages 6 to 18, as well as providing off-site creative writing experiences for students in schools and other youth-serving organizations.
An independent citizen organization working to mobilize our community to support highly valued public schools that provide all Cleveland Heights-University Heights students an excellent education.
Sustainable Heights Network
An informal, grassroots and all-volunteer effort to connect community resources for a more sustainable future in Cleveland Heights and University Heights.