The foundation’s enduring interest in the development of children into healthy, productive adults progressed over the decade toward an all-out commitment to improving Cleveland’s public schools.
1990 Sustained grantmaking begins in the field of the environment
1999 Annual grantmaking reaches a new high of $76.9 million
1999 Assets surpass $1.5 billion
1993 African-American Philanthropy Committee: Raising Awareness of a Rich Tradition...
1993 Holsey Gates Handyside: Donor of the First Historic Preservation Funds
1993 Reinhold W. Erickson, D.D.S.: Turning Church Spires into Glorious Beacons
1984 Steven A. Minter: CEO, 1984–2003
1992 Alfred M. Rankin Jr.: Board Chairman
1996 Charles A. Ratner: Board Chairman
1991 Encouraging Collaboration on Medical Research and Education
1996 Reforming Public School Governance
1997 Public Funding for Arts and Culture
1999 Helping Young Children Thrive
1990 Annual Report