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Huntington Bank
1865 Coventry Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Huntington Bank provides personal banking for individuals and families, small business banking, banking for middleMore market businesses and nonprofit organizations, and specialty financial services. 

Huntington is a midwestern regional bank committed to having the tools to help you manage your money and your business while backing you by the best service in the industry.

Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Park
Coventry Rd & Euclid Heights Blvd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Coventry P.E.A.C.E. is a nonprofit organization that maintains and oversees this park, which has a playground withMore swings, ropes, hoops and slides, as well as grassy areas for relaxation. It also holds summer events such as live music performances and movies.
V.D.W.'s Drama Ministry
1642 E 133rd St, Cleveland, OH 44112
Founded in 2005, V.D.W.'s Drama Ministry is an East Cleveland nonprofit organization that offers programs of faith-basedMore original plays, musicals, songs, praise dancing and poetic artwork. Participation is open to anyone, regardless of religion, race, gender, age or physical ability. Periodic open auditions are held for a variety of amateur productions. Visit its website for current opportunities.
Open Doors Academy
2460 Fairmount Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44106
Open Doors is an out-of-school enrichment program that began in 1992 as a youth drop-in program at St. Paul's EpiscopalMore Church in Cleveland Heights. The program has since evolved from a drop-in program to a structured out-of-school program that seeks to nurture adolescents, give them a safe place to be after school and help them academically and emotionally. This nonprofit organization serves up to 100 children in the area.
2165 Lee Rd, Cleveland, OH 44118
FutureHeights is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting civic engagement and volunteerism in the ClevelandMore Heights and University Heights communities. It publishes The Heights Observer, a monthly Cleveland Heights-University Heights newspaper written entirely by volunteers. FutureHeights also hosts national speakers and leads neighborhood walking tours. Its office is located close to the Cedar Lee Theatre. Though FutureHeights is a small organization, it has many volunteers who avidly help preserve the historic neighborhoods.
A Cultural Exchange
12624 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44120

A Cultural Exchange is a book store as well as a nonprofit organization focusing on promoting children'sMore literacy. It offers several education programs that combine literature and the performing arts along with community events.

In addition, some of A Cultural Exchange's programs include bringing authors of cultural literature to schools, libraries and community centers and establishing book fairs. The organization also has it trademark Busy Bookmobile, which travels the community.

Home Repair Resource Center
2520 Noble Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44121
Home Repair Resource Center is a nonprofit organization that has worked to maintain and strengthen the houses ofMore Cleveland Heights since 1971.  HRRC’s primary focus is helping homeowners accomplish repairs through loans and grants, skills training and repair information.  In addition, HRRC assists people with other aspects of home ownership: classes for prospective home buyers, financial education and counseling, foreclosure intervention, and renovation of seriously deteriorated properties.
Huntington Bank
20601 Fairmount Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44118

The Fairmount Circle Huntington Bank branch, convenient to John Carroll University, includes a full-service bankingMore office and a 24-hour ATM in the lobby. This branch has late hours — 8am to 7pm on weekdays and full service on Saturday and Sunday.

Huntington Bank has more than 600 branches and 1,300 ATMs in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky. It offers personal banking for individuals and families, small business banking, banking for middle market businesses and nonprofit organizations, and specialty financial services.

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