OSE Continues to Help Community in 2020

Updated: Mar 17

Take a look at what we provided to our community last year!


The 2020 pandemic caused One South Euclid (OSE) to put much of its regular planning on hold and quickly shift its priorities to provide support to families experiencing food insecurity and financial assistance to small business owners.

Still, in addition to the Emergency COVID-19 relief provided, OSE was able to provide grants for exterior home repairs for 25 families, while some small businesses received a total of $60,000 in funds to renovate their storefronts. Furthermore, 68 seniors received free lawn mowing and snowplowing services, and a variety of other community projects were funded.




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