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Partners

Thank You To Our Partners

EOIM Partners are a visionary team of forward-thinking leaders and companies who share our dedication to making the Cleveland, Ohio area a more creative, connected, and inclusive region. Your investment in EOIM and the future of arts, innovation, and creativity is critical in building a vibrant, and growing community. Our partners are critical in helping us achieve our mission and continue our commitment that focuses on combining the priority of wellness, creative expression, and community to foster personal and community transformation. We are thrilled to share our pride in our partners. Their dedication and hard work have been instrumental in our success, and we are grateful for their ongoing support. Together, we will continue to achieve great things.

Collaborate with Us

Want to support EOIM? Interested in being a partner? To explore a partnership with us email us at elements.movement@gmail.com for next steps! Or start by filling out our Partnership Request Form.

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Get To Know Our Partners

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Neighborhood Connections

Neighborhood Connections is an innovative, nationally recognized community-building program established in 2003 by the Cleveland Foundation to support resident-led change. It is implemented by E. 66th Street Services, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and funded by many partners.

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Jardin 4 Life

We hope that this will be a start to a growing relationship to impact the Cleveland, youth, families and communities. We are currently focus on the Clark/ Futon community in Cleveland. We are opened to partnerships with other like-minded and mission driven organizations. 

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OSU Summer Sprout

Cleveland’s Community Gardening program, Summer Sprout, has been in existence since 1976. The City of Cleveland and Ohio State University Extension, Cuyahoga County (OSUECC) partnered in 1977 and continue to work together to make the program a success.

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Hood Honey

Creating Black Economic growth in Mt Pleasant with an urban farm. Raising money to create Leaders of our Future America with our Partner L.O.O.F.A216

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Holden Forests & Gardens

Holden Forests & Gardens is made up of two of Northeast Ohio’s most important environmental and cultural institutions — the Holden Arboretum and  Cleveland Botanical Garden. As the 12th largest public garden in the country, Holden Forests & Gardens has over 20,000 member households and an annual attendance of over 350,000.

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Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center

CCJDC is the oldest detention center for youths in the United States. It is located on the corner of East 22nd Street and Central Avenue in downtown Cleveland.

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