Cleveland Foundation centennial gift partners to give more to the community in 2015

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CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Foundation is entering its 101st year and many of the organizations that offered gifts in the past have chosen to continue this coming year.

“Through our centennial gifts, we were able to introduce or reintroduce Greater Clevelanders to so many wonderful community assets last year,” said Robert E. Eckardt, Executive Vice President of the Cleveland Foundation said in a release. “We thank these community partners for celebrating our year of giving by offering gifts of their own to the community. As we begin our next century of impact in Greater Cleveland, we hope these acts of generosity will encourage residents to continue engaging with these amazing institutions that are part of our community’s bright future.”

There are several organizations giving including Cleveland International Film Festival, Cleveland Metroparks, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland Play House, Cleveland Public Theatre, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Goodtime III, Great Lakes Science Center, Great Lakes Theater, Lake Metroparks, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Tri-C JazzFest, University Circle, Inc., and Western Reserve Historical Society.

Some gifts include memberships, discounted tickets and other gifts.

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