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5815 Landerbrook Dr. #24768 Cleveland OH 44124 USA
Our primary mission is to help low to moderate income youth (families), obtain and/or maintain self-sufficiency through application of tools learned in our educational programs & by providing a bridge of assistance when they need it most. Youth (Adults) of all ages have continued to benefit from successful completion of our programs. Our secondary mission is to help build the partnership between youth, parents, adults, educators and their community. This is accomplished through on-going communication, open feedback, up-to-date information, technological advances and creative activities that encourage all parties to successfully interact.
This year we have positively impacted over 3500 children (families), through participation in our programs. As we approach 2015 Tax Season, we anticipate another 250-500 persons will be positively impacted through our Tax Preparation Program.
Low to Moderate income children (families)
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Geographic areas served:
Northeast Ohio regional.
Education & Training, Employment, Business Services, Veteran, Homeless, Emergency Action Services, Advocacy, Preservation, Social Services, Counseling, Document Preparation and Referral programs.
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The Linferion Foundation has a great devoted team who are professional, efficient and really care. I've witnessed team members go out of their way to help clients in need. I've also worked on many well-planned projects with the team that were extremely successful. Team Linferion's compassion and organized nature is what sets them apart. Great Job Linferion!
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