Concerned Citizens Community Council

13611 Kinsman Road, Cleveland, OH 44120
Phone 216-215-0801
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Our mission To empower Mt. Pleasant and Buckeye neighborhood residents to make our area a safe place to reside, work, raise a family, shop, educate, entertain and grow old by taking care of our hungry and needy and representing them when necessary.
COVID-19 Impact Data
Volunteer hours lost 300.0
Financial loss $26,500

Concerned Citizens Community Council

Ways to help now

Cash Donations

The Covid Coronavirus has had a particularly severe negative impact on the residents of the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood as so many adults have lost their jobs, children have parents/relatives incapable of home-schooling them, and these children are missing out on school breakfasts and lunches, and showing up at C4’s Center hungry. C4 has been delivering… See full description
About us C4 operates a free thrift shop (outfitting hundreds of children annually), uses donated food to cook dinner five nights a week for hungry children who show up on its doorsteps, is a Certified Emergency Food Pantry, runs sewing, cooking, arts and crafts, and computer classes for dozens of children and teens throughout the year, shows well-attended Saturday morning children’s movies, distributes 200+ book bags filled with school supplies, 200+ Christmas Stockings and 200 holiday food baskets. It provides a “safe” clean bathroom for neighborhood teens lacking safe privacy at home. It also collects and distributes many hundreds of pounds of toiletries and personal hygiene products (including feminine hygiene) to 1000+ Mt. Pleasant children either directly or via schools including A.J. Rickoff Elementary. Additionally, it passes out many hundreds of donated books to area students. For the last several years, C4 has run a FREE six-week summer day camp for 20+ children (ages 6-15). Sports, arts and crafts, movies, field trips, and learning to plant and harvest vegetables were a few of the daily camp activities.