Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio
|Our mission||To eliminate bias, bigotry and racism, and create communities where all people are connected, respected and valued.|
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Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio
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Create a Team and Raise Funds for Walk, Rock and Run!
Now more than ever, we’re so grateful for the community that has funded, volunteered, celebrated, and advocated for The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio through the years. At a time when everything feels uncertain, we find comfort and encouragement knowing that you care about our cause. Our Walk, Rock and Run will be held virtually… See full description
Now more than ever, we’re so grateful for the community that has funded, volunteered, celebrated, and advocated for The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio through the years. At a time when everything feels uncertain, we find comfort and encouragement knowing that you care about our cause.
Our Walk, Rock and Run will be held virtually on June 21st. Diversity Center staff members, and special surprise guests will be live on Facebook and Instagram at 8:30 a.m., walking the route with you. You may walk or run virtually between June 21st and July 6th. For details, visit https://www.diversitycenterneo.org/events/walk-rock-run/
While much of the world has stopped, our mission to eliminate bias, bigotry and racism will not be placed on pause. That’s why we’re asking you to help us cover the cost of continuing our diversity, equity and inclusion work with students.
We have all seen how the impact of COVID-19 is especially severe for those in marginalized socio-economic groups (people of color, the elderly, youth, people with disabilities, indigenous people, members of the LGBTQ+ community, refugees, and migrants).
Our programming, in School & Youth, SHIFT Consulting, and in LeadDIVERSITY, is a strong antidote to the bias, bigotry and racism that has created such inequity.
Our work is needed now, more than ever!
Participating virtually and donating to Walk, Rock and Run, is the safest, simplest, and most effective way to ensure that we can continue our School & Youth programming as we adapt to ever-changing circumstances due to COVID-19.
If you were planning on attending Walk, Rock and Run this year, consider donating in the amount that you would have spent on gasoline, parking, breakfast and coffee, had you attended the event. Please consider a donation of $25 to $50 or more.
While all of us are facing great challenges at this time, we hope that you can find some peace knowing that because of your generosity, we are working overtime to develop an additional program delivery model, Distance Learning.
On behalf of all of us at The Diversity Center, thank you for being a part of our community. Thank you for helping us to create communities where all people are connected, respected and valued. We wish you and your family health, safety, and happiness. With your support, not only will we get through this, but we will come out stronger.
Join the competition for the 2nd Annual Workplace Traveling Trophy and Top Individual Fundraising Prize! The Diversity Center will award prizes in two categories: Workplace and Individual. You will have bragging rights for a year! Grand Marshal Russ Mitchell, Channel 3 News Anchor WKYC TV-3 will present your trophy or prize to you at TV-3. You will also be featured on TV-3's website and The Diversity Center's website. Start your Walk, Rock and Run Team today! To qualify for the prizes, The Diversity Center must be in receipt of all funds by 4 p.m. on Monday, July, 6th! For more information contact, Pat Lyden at 216-752-3000 ext. 230 or [email protected]
|About us||When founded in 1927, the organization was known as the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio’s mission is to eliminate bias, bigotry and racism. Our goal is to create a just and inclusive society. We serve more than 16,000 people annually via three programs: School & Youth Programming, LeadDIVERSITY, and SHIFT Consulting. We are a member of the National Federation for Just Communities, a network of 20 like-minded organizations across the United States. Our programs advance diversity, challenge assumptions, and advocate for understanding and inclusion through education and training. We invest the bulk of our resources in School & Youth Programming. As we invest in the next generation, we empower youth and educators in 11 counties in Northeast Ohio by delivering in-school programming, conferences, and distance learning programs to students, and professional development to educators.|