An unforeseen and magnanimous donation in 1931 ensured the foundation’s survival and gave it the means to help Clevelanders weather the Depression.
1931 At $5.79 million, the foundation’s endowment is the field’s second largest
1931 A record $271,464 is distributed amidst great economic uncertainty
1931 Four additional local banks become foundation trustees
1931 Harry Coulby Funds: Much-Needed Support for Core Grantmaking
1934 Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards: Focusing Attention on Social Justice
1937 The Retreat: Asset Transfer That Carried on the Work...
1928 Leyton E. Carter: CEO, 1928–1953
1930 Foster Home Demonstration Project
1931 Decisive Response to the Great Depression
1933 Experimental Polio Research
1933 Paving the Way for Public Housing
1938 Model Nursery School
1939 The First 25 Years: 1914–1939