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One South Euclid

applications currently open

Grants of up to $500 are available to groups and organizations who want to build community by working together on projects and programs related to neighborhood beautification, events, or other initiatives in support of South Euclid. Take a look at our 2022 awardees to see how they used their grants.

Who is eligible?

  • South Euclid residents on behalf of a group or organization

  • A group of South Euclid businesses

  • An organization located in the community

  • Youth-led projects are encouraged


  • You may apply for up to $500.

  • A 20% match is required to demonstrate buy-in and can be in cash, volunteer hours, or through donated items, such as space and equipment/supplies.

  • Grant dollars are issued on a reimbursement basis.

  • Your project or event must be completed by December 31, 2023.

  • This grant does not support projects for individual residential properties.


  • Applications are currently being accepted.

  • Decisions are being made on a rolling basis.


Q. Does a group need to be an established organization or a 501 (c)3 to receive a grant?

A. No, we welcome applications from informal groups such as a few residents getting together to do something for their neighborhood.

Q. Whom do I contact if I have more questions?

A. Please call 216-396-9392 or email

2022 awards
  • Adrian Harvest Day: Neighbors, teachers, PTA, and school children cooperated in gardening activities while decorating pumpkins and enjoying autumn snacks.

  • Back to School Party: A block party in the neighborhood surrounding Adrian School that builds community spirit and engages neighbors in supporting local schools.

  • Bite Creole Kitchen: A Youth Culinary program that combines workforce development skills with mentorship for teens.

  • DANCECleveland: A five-week early childhood education program, “Read to Learn … Dance to Move” that promotes literacy in Pre-K and Kindergarten and social-emotional learning skills.

  • GardenWalk South Euclid: An event that supports neighborhood beautification and nurtures community spirit and civic pride.

  • Haywood PARTY: A block party for residents of Haywood Road

  • INDIE GREEN MARKET: A market that supports small, independent businesses

  • PACA: A Neighbor Picnic and Halloween celebration for residents from several streets

  • P.R.O.S.E.: (Painted Rocks of South Euclid) A community art project that spreads joy and encourages kindness through gardens featuring painted rocks with inspirational words and pictures. Residents can take a rock that appeals to them and/or contribute one of their own creations.

  • South Euclid Garden Club: A community beautification effort that includes planting hydrangeas and other perennials, mulching, and creating brick border walls around gardens in the city’s public spaces.

  • Team Couture Youth Center: An event, Hallo Fun Fest, that boosts family and community engagement.

  • Vibrant verona chalkfest: An event that brings beauty and community engagement to Verona Road Road residents through artistic expression.

  • Wilburn, Hillrock, Bradford Block Party: An event that encourages neighborhood engagement and fun.

Recent Awardees
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