In this week’s edition of Patch Picks, we’re highlighting some local nonprofit organizations that are working to make a difference in Brecksville and beyond.
Patch Picks: Nonprofit Organizations
- The Autism Society of Greater Cleveland is located in Brecksville and serves individuals and families of those with autism in the region. These services range from summer skills camps to sensory-friendly movie nights to monthly meetings. More information is available on its website.
- The is a nonprofit organization that offers residents of the region affordable events and classes in areas like dance, pottery and chorus. Their class schedule is available on the center’s website.
- The also has its office in Brecksville. The foundation offers a number of support groups and other services in the area for patients, family and friends, like new patient classes. Scheduled events can be found on its website.
- There is a local Meals on Wheels program serving the Brecksville and Broadview Heights communities. The program is housed at , but it is a separate entity. Secretary Linda DePompei said individuals can call the center to sign up. For $25 a week, they will receive one hot meal and one cold meal Monday through Friday.
- The , located in Brecksville, is focusing mainly on legislative advocacy right now, executive director Liz Schulte said, but individuals can still call the helpline at 440.717.9912 for information about local resources and referrals.