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Charity
Charity and
for
CHARLES
and
Clebeland
Philanthropy
WILLIAMS,
401
Chamber
Commerce
The Clebeland JFederation for Philanthropy
401 Chamber of Commerce Building
President
federated
of
NAME
Secretary
MARTIN A. MARKS, President CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, Executive Secretary
MARKS,
financial
Benevolent
LIST
endorsed
the Chamber
on
Associations
NAME SERVICE NAME
Benevolent Associations the 1913-14 follow:
the
current
The current financial needs the federated organizations as endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce Committee on
needs
1913-14 follow:
by
SERVICE
W.
L. Relieve
1914
as
L.

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10,
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000
$81,650
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instruction
and
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5.000
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toword
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351
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hospital,
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children
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fo
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pay
full
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girls
2,000
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chilren
schooled
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people
gave
ment
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giris
Lake
tion
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ence.
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100
troining
8.
224
fees.
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thru
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3,500
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5,500
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sfertuncte
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2.500
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d
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industrial
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care
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Cirele..
28.000
organizations)
507.149
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President
financial
needs
as
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requeat.
OF
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portunity
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Associated
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56,002
meals
behalf
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moral
1
Hiram
employing
8.000
6.000
enartment...
ap
Cot-Prov
Air
Camp.
Golden
Rule
Home.
Ingersoll
provement
nable
Aged
women.
42.
raised
with
crcuahon
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50.
incurable
rirlt.
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37.
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Branch
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Children's
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93.)
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orphaned
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14
con-
valescent
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18.000
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Other
The Clebeland Federation for Charity and Philanthropp 401 Chamber of Commerce Building CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, Executive Secretary MARTIN A. MARKS, President The current financial needs ot the federated organizations as endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce Committee on Benevolent ssocia tated reports of these activities It will be forwarded - n requeat. LIST OF FEBRUARY 10, 1914 Sub- SERVICE PERFORMED Year ending Sept. 30, 1913 Am't Needed scribed SERVICE PERFORMED Year ending Sept. 30, 1913 Am't Needed Sub- scribed NAME NAME I. To Relieve the Needy III. To Insure Equal Op- portunity to All 31. Central Friendly Inn Provided moral, mental, and physi Friendl ort the 1. Associated Charities. Relieved ond rehabilitated 15549 al uplift for the people of Cleve- districtP 6 o 10 000 homeless gave 56,002 meals and i behalf of the poor..1 33 East End Nelghbor-Pro forieditict ment of te $81,650 2,400 , Methodist Dencon-Made 15628 calls for social and moral ess' Home as tedance et 1 in 35. Hiram House ...Provided instruction and recreation etad 0st coN- 32. Co-op. Emp't Bureau Aided in efectively employing 23.779 Side Community House (P. 8.000 6.000 10. enartment... ap 11. Volunteers of Amer-housed 104 giris Lake Breeze and tion for 52 girls, and acquired ence. (P. 125.) failies orkg ti Department). 4.400 ... 36. Lakid test Cot-Prov nr rirls. (P. for 50 Provided a home for wogs Air Camp. (P. 65.) 2. Brotherhood Club Returned to e 5.000 400 dicharged 34. Golden Rule Home. 2,500 100 alary E. Ingersoll Prosided troining toword seif-im 38. Girls Fri endly provement for 5 girls. (P. 130.) 8. Legal A1d Soclety...Gae lal serrice to 224 persons pay full fees. (P. 4, nable 3,000 1,670 4. Cleveland Home for Aged Colored Peo-colored men and women. 1,800 42. Howe Publishing So- Published raised type books with an ciety for the Blind. estimated crcuahon e ...... thru Aged Shellered 7. Home for gsed Protestant women. 1,000 .. 3,500 50. Soelety for the Blind Did pretene, cac 5. Ellza Jennings Home Provided home for ti incurable 6,000 5,500 . . land's 500 blind. (P. 167., me G has f ife. sfertuncte rirlt. (P to 0 Gave shelter and frasNN 39. Yo tiat Florenee 37. The Retreat. 2.500 (P. 117.) 48 un West Side Branch 3,000 10a. Salvation Army ResCared for 195 uarried mothers ome and waytward girls. (P. 58., 30. Boy Seouts of Amer- Provided practical traning, t trict Couneil 7,500 cue boys. (P. 16e.) 4,000 12. Wo 11. To Aid Orphane Temneranee Unlon 000 voune eeoble thru hee amli ated organizations, (P. 72.) 500 14. Children's Aid So-Provided home and schooling for 10 IV. To Healthe Sick the Crippled 41. German Hospital .Treated 9oa and 4,000 17. Cleveland Christian Pretided home for 9c needy chi. dren, (P. 88) and sur 2,500 orphaanage .. 15,000 64. C tant Orphan Asy-abandoned children. (P. 93.) 569 orphaned or ... 1,000 45. Provident Hospitnl.. (No igures-institution too new.) .. 500 20 Home of the Holy Furnished home care for 0 home- Cared for 3011 cases-7 pay, part pay; 1548 charity. (7 46. St. Alexis Hospital. 4,000 Home for Peddad home for 106 homeless 10.000 22, J e ...... 55, St rencldren. (P. J06.) age . ing to 18 girls, (P. 113.) 26. St. ......ehan girls. (P. 11 to t57 or 2,500 48. St. Clair Hospltal. teithout pay. Cared for 93 cases; 4.000 ne and schook 1,000 49. St. Luke's Hospital. In hospital, 206e cases, 18s charity gary, 509 treaiments (P. 21) 51. St. V tCharlty Cared for 3677 cases; 1800 charity. Free osnital 7eated o8 u and children 10,000 10.000 . . ...... 3,000 6.E00 1,000 18. Cleveland HumanePrevented or puniahed cruey fo P. 88.) 53. We o pay full fees (P. 224.) 15,000 2,000 Aoation om able Dispensary) 43. M Tanke' d in homc (P. 25 tal 44. Maternity Hospital.. Cared for 351 mothers and S3 babes. kept cion 0homeless Hom Placing Dept. Edced 6,000 3. Catherine Horstman Gave 45 homeless girls an all-around 5,000 . 2,000 28. Sisters of the Good Previded an industrial training home Shepherd for 400 girls. (P. n0.)..hool 25. St. Anthony's HomeProd beyP I12.) 11.550 10,000 47. St., Ann Maternity Cared for, 0 ery .. 30,000 Asylum 3.500 medical. 13. Ba Td 16. Cleveland in day dudentmaini SHrgical and sin care to 5000 and Hospita rySupplie 25,000 21.700 15. Childen's Fresh Alr Prordd etings for 20t1 Camp eedy, chilren Sheltered and schooled t0 dependent 21. Holy Cross House 6,500 Nursed back to health 14 con- valescent crippied c 24. Rainbow Cottage.. tberculous children. (P. 79.) 19. E Preh A Gove P s to 3 poor 25,000 18.000 52. Visiting Nurse Asso-Cone heme core to 5381 cedy sich 1.200 red. (. 21.) conducted a sanitarium, for 2. Philanthropy, De-Provided t500 school breakfasts each tion of Women'sfor 11 tuberculous children, and clubs P09 29. Sunbeam Cirele.. Helped I 28.000 40. Anti-Tuberenlo League.. wlosis cases, for needy caiar 1.500 ... . milk and egEs and solved family children to At the t t the aumptipes. p eedy con. 12.000 5.000 .... Total (55 organizations) 507.149 ...... The Subscription Blank is on the Other Side
Clebeland
Federation
WILLIAMS,
Secretary
MARTIN
current
endorsed
activities
It
will
LIST
FEBRUARY
1914
Sub-
Sept.
I.
Insure
Op-
mental,
Friendl
ort
Relieved
i
Nelghbor-Pro
2,400
Dencon-Made
social
ess'
et
coN-
Co-op.
Breeze
52
failies
nr
65.)
Brotherhood
Returned
34.
Fri
Legal
A1d
persons
1,670
4.
books
gsed
Soelety
5.
G
f
Yo
tiat
mothers
Seouts
boys.
Orphane
Temneranee
eeoble
schooling
German
Christian
tant
too
pay;
Peddad
22,
55,
48.
Clair
206e
gary,
509
treaiments
1800
18.
cruey
88.)
We
Hospital..
kept
Dept.
Catherine
45
Sisters
beyP
Ann
ery
30,000
day
5000
Childen's
Alr
Sheltered
dependent
Cottage..
19.
52.
core
sich
1.200
(.
21.)
sanitarium,
each
clubs
League..