Common Ground Discussion to Take Place at HELP Foundation

We are honored to be a host for this year's Cleveland Foundation Common Ground community discussion on Sunday June 24th.  Common Ground creates a network of community conversations where residents can meet, share a meal, connect and discuss.  This neighborhood wide event will bring residents together for a day of community conversation around tables across the region.

Be a part of this exciting initiative to explore our community’s power to communicate and connect in order to build a stronger, safer and more dynamic home. All are welcome to join HELP as we discuss this this year’s theme: “Why does place matter?”  Enjoy a light lunch with neighbors and new friends! 

Register now to take part in the conversation "Why Does Place Matter?”

To register visit

12pm-2pm on Sunday, June 24, 2018

HELP Adult Day Support & Vocational Training Center

22741 Shore Center Drive.

Euclid, OH 44132

**Attendance is limited so please plan to attend if you do register

HELP Foundation is a nonprofit agency serving people who have developmental disabilities throughout Cuyahoga County. Created in 1965 HELP now serves more than 600 individuals each year by providing homes, day support programs, vocational training, and summer programming. We have found that where we serve, the places we are, has a great deal of influence on the people we serve, the staff we hire, and our relationships with our neighbors. We are proud to have this opportunity to further explore the perception and evolving interplay of place in our work and experience.

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Volume 9, Issue 6, Posted 11:05 AM, 06.07.2018