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Charity
for
Clebeland
The
MARTIN
The Clebeland Federation for and Philanthropy
Federation
Commerce
Executive
401
Chamber
Philanthropy
Committee
Building
of
Secretary
CHARLES
WILLIAMS,
the
MARKS,
as
MARTIN A. MARKS, President CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, Executive Secretary
on
endorsed
The current financial needs federated organizations as endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce Committee on
federated
Benevolent
Chamber of
by
numbers
NAME
LIST
Benevolent the 1913-14 follow:
current
1913-14
follow:
OF
He 401 Chamber of Commerce Building
needs
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numbers LIST OF 10. 1914
Vepariment of
1914
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The
the
organizations
1913-14
theee
1914
on
request.
Year
ending
Sept.
30,
1913
Am't
NAME
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Friendly
Inn
Cleve-
cogesied
Hiram
moral
in
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ilies.
girls,
e
erist-
Department)....
Girls
self-u
ica
Rest
Cot-
400
for
100
self-im
Ts
(P.
22
bay
54
omen
Mnr
t
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lond's
Aged
45
twomen
40
heme
5,500
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Gave
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practical
training,
10a,
Res-
cus
19s
7,500
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children.
Crippled
dren,
S
or
German
nstitution
fer
Children
16)
46.
St.
Clair
Hospltal..
pay.
4.000
to
/n
cases,
home
10.000
Gate
charity
Cleveland
Prevented
cruelty
dren
..
15.000
l
43.
homcs
28.
(P
Anthony's
a
Cared
2,000
11.550
47.
Maternity
infants,
211.)
3.500
day-lime
Hospita
dergarten
16.
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edy
Sheltered
recely
Fresh
eiation.
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Cirele...
(55
5,000
....
federation
Ethies
Hc
MARTIN
Chamber
of
current
needs
federated
as
Committee
be
Social
PERFORMED
Needed
seribed
To
Insure
portunity
All
31.
m
rehabilitated
eals
nsia
1et8
ess'
f
West
Community
D02
persons
effectively
6,000
fion
acquired
feo
c
104
chldren
Returned
150
workgri
dichrged
Home.
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P
38.
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books
oof1B009
educaliondl,
elety
Home
Protestant
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Young
17.)
2.500
ncyndhelpfuiness
(N.
organizations.
Salvation
waveard
girls.
Peotrided
17.Orphanage
acute
new.)
45.
Provident
Hospital.
500
Holy
children,
ay;
charity,
1.000
49,
orp
Orphan
Free
6,E00
18.
Humane
nable
entPaced
al
8.
00
Provided
44.
maternity
1067
Kin
21,700
con
21.
House
Rainbow
V
valescent
crippled
day
52.
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AsNO-
De-
med
Helped
eedy
children
At
Diseretion
Other
Philanthropp
MARKS,
President
401
Commerce
Building
Executive
Secretary
financial
endorsed
fiscal
follow:
reports
activities
LIST
FEBRUARY
forwarded
which
contain
Page
Needy
Op-
Proeided
Frie
n
hehalf
poor.
2.400
35,
....Provided
instruction
recreatioN
9.
Methodist
Deacon-
Made
1
mosi
32.
Emp't
Volunteers
Amer-koused
girls
me
2.
36.
cirls.
2,500
4)
s
130.)
Colored
Peo-
la
1,670
Published
uith
Publishing
Did
Blind.
1,000
Ineurables..
alids.
incurable
.000
37.
Retreat..
training
nce
2000
P.)..
ated
mothers
schooling
destitute
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chil
ed
41.
sur
20.
Alexis
4,000
irls.(P.
257
Vineent's
382
51.
22,416
218.)
3.000
punished
(Wom-
Tignener
ens
full
fees
sr
d
124
Catherine
Training
hepherd
Ing
RI
30,000
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childreR
ti
5
Cross
24.
18.000
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234
por
Philanthropy
school
ofwomen's
Sunbeam
sumptiees.p
12,000
Federation
WILLIAMS,
ot
Associations
refer
Sub-
SERVICE
I.
Central
bcoole
Associated
Charltles.
Relieved
15545
ociessc
istict
housing
ef
calls
tdauce
tHelped
weekiy.
i
23,779
Co-ep.
Bureau
Aided
employing
904
Breese
52s
months
11.
Lnkealde
34.
Golden
Rule
prisoners.
Soelety.
4.
ad
17.1
3,000
raised
an
th
thru-
50,
preveniive,,
5.
6.
Florence
n'
19,02
shelter
30.
Seouts
Amer-
Protided
e-
Coure
12.
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beeble
thr
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Army
II.
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10
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medical
too
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home-
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22.Friendless
3011
cases-37
48.
without
ne
113.)
Luke's
hosbital.
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St
Gnd
schoong
Vineent
Dispensnry
Charlty
cases;
1375
animals.
Society
pay
4.)
Ma
Tuke's
Horstman
:
25.
5.000
Hospital..
$51
315
Ann's
cases
sheltered
mether
8
rinter
chooled
1)
pacily
0.)
25,000
19.
Epworth
Visiting
1,200
breakfasts
28.000
olarahips
MDerc
1,500
29.
507.149
The Cleveland federation for Charitp and Philanthropp Uepartment of Social Ethies Hc MARTIN A. MARKS, President 401 Chamber of Commerce Building CHARLES W. WILLIAMS, Executive Secretary The current financial needs ot the federated organizations as endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce Committee on Benevolent Associations for the fiscal year of 1913-14 follow: reports of theee activities LIST OF FEBRUARY 10, 1914 It will be forwarded on request. which contain Page numbers refer to Social Y Am't Sub- Needed SERVICE PERFORMED Year ending Sept. 30, 1913 SERVICE PERFORMED Year ending Sept. 30, 1913 Am't Needed Sub- seribed NAME NAME seribed I. To Relieve the Needy III. To Insure Equal Op- portunity to All 31. Central Friendly Inn Proeided Frie m fort the fothe bcoole of Cleve- Associated Charltles. Relieved and rehabilitated 15545 ociessc 56.00 eals end istict cogesied housing 10.000 . n i hehalf ef the poor. Estndelghbor-ProUed nsia s81.650 2.400 35, Hiram House ....Provided instruction and recreatioN 9. Methodist Deacon- Made 1et8 calls for social and moral ess' Home t tdauce f 1 in West Side Community House 10. enartment tHelped D02 persons weekiy. ilies. for 977people i mosi con- 23,779 32. Co-ep. Emp't Bureau Aided in effectively employing 904 Take Breese and 8.000 6,000 fion for 52s girls, and acquired e n feo months erist- Department).... c 11. Volunteers of Amer-koused 104 girls in Working Girls Fresh 4.400 me and chldren 2. Brotherhood Club Returned to self-u ica 5,000 . 36. Lnkealde Rest Cot- kine cirls. (P for 150 400 Provided a home for l workgri dichrged 34. Golden Rule Home. 2,500 prisoners. (P. 4) 100 s Legal Aid Soelety. Gate toward self-im ronement for Ts girls. (P. 130.) 22 persons to bay full fees. (P. 54 4. Cleve Colored Peo- la ad omen P 17.1 38. Mnr 3,000 1,670 . .. 1.800 42. Hov Published raised type books uith an . Publishing t th oof1B009 thru- 50, Soelety for the Blind Did preveniive,, educaliondl, o lond's 500 blisd.(P. 107.) elety for the Blind. 7, Home for Aged Sheltered 45 aged Protestant twomen 1,000 . . 3.500 5. for Ineurables.. alids. (P. 1 incurable Crittente Gave Ro ar D Elo 40 heme for 5,000 5,500 . 6. Florence 39. Young wome n' Gave 19,02 giris and men eH (P. 17.) 2.500 ... .000 37. The Retreat.. . Gate shelter and training to Side Branch 3,000 .. 30. Boy Seouts of Amer- Protided practical training, in e- rict Coure is ncyndhelpfuiness for 12. Wome nce Unlon 2000 owRE beeble thr (N. P.).. ated organizations. (P. IT2.) 10a, Salvation Army Res- cus Home.. . and waveard girls. (P. 8.) Cared for 19s unmarried mothers 7,500 . 4.000 II. To Aid Orphaned 500 14. Ch s Peotrided home and schooling for 10 destitute children. (.T ck and IV 4 000 the Crippled elety en 17.Orphanage dren, (P. S or 9needy chil Clev Orphan Asv. ed chridre ed or 41. German Hospital ..Treated 950 acute medical and sur . nstitution too new.) 2,500 15,000 54 1,000 45. Provident Hospital. 500 20. Home of the Holy Furnished heme care for 40 home- Fami fer children. (P. 1 homeless 22.Friendless Children children, (P. 16) Cared for 3011 cases-37 pay. 46. St. Alexis Hospital 4,000 ar ay; 1545 charity, 10.000 2,500 48. St. Clair Hospltal.. Cared for 934 cases; 6 without pay. 4.000 school 55 e . ne to irls.(P. 113.) 1.000 49, St. Luke's Hospitnl. /n hosbital. 206e cases, 185 charity 26. St eph orp Gae home Gnd schoong to 257 or 27. St. Vineent's Orphan Gave a home and training to 382 10.000 10.000 .... 51. St. Vineent Free Dispensnry Gate 22,416 ireatments. (P. 218.) Charlty Cared for 3677 cases; 1800 charity 3.000 ... 6,E00 1,000 18. Cleveland Humane Prevented or punished cruelty to dren and 1375 animals. Society .. 53 "Asaociation (Wom- Tignener ens nable to pay full fees (P. 4.) 15.000 .... 2,000 Home entPaced sr l 43. Ma Tuke's d 124 homcs (P. al 6,000 3. Catherine Horstman : 8. Training Home training. (P. .)eall-around 28. hepherd . . 00 Firis (P Ing home 25. St. Anthony's Home. Provided a home na RI .... 5.000 .. . Hospital.. Cared for $51 mothers and 315 babes, ... 44. Maternity 2,000 11.550 . . 47. St. Ann's Maternity Cared for 70 maternity cases and sheltered 1067 infants, (P. 211.) 10.000 30,000 Awvlum 3.500 ... 16. Cleveland e Kin e day-lime care to 1011 childreR and Hospita l ti 5 25,000 en mether P 8 21,700 .. dergarten . 16. mn... edy childres: in rinter con Sheltered gnd chooled to dependent crippled children. (P. 1) 21. Holy Cross House 6,500 24. Rainbow Cottage... V valescent crippled children. (Ca- pacily recely doubled.) (P. 0.) tuherculoschildre p 25,000 18.000 19. Epworth Fresh Air Gave . day outings to 234 por 52. Visiting Nurse AsNO- 1,200 eiation. er injured. (P. t needy, 1 Philanthropy De- Provided es00 school breakfasts each Hon ofwomen's clubs .... 28.000 40 olarahips for needy children. MDerc med tamily 1,500 29. Sunbeam Cirele... Helped sumptiees.p eedy con Total (55 organizations) 507.149 12,000 children to At the Diseretion of the Federation .. 5,000 .... The Subscription Blank is on the Other Side :
Charitp
Uepartment
CHARLES
by
Benevolent
year
OF
10,
It
will
numbers
Y
Relieve
III.
fort
fothe
56.00
end
Estndelghbor-ProUed
s81.650
social
10.
977people
con-
Take
8.000
Working
4.400
Brotherhood
Club
kine
Aid
toward
ronement
fees.
Cleve
1.800
42.
type
Soelety
o
blisd.(P.
107.)
7,
aged
Crittente
Ro
ar
Elo
39.
giris
men
eH
Branch
Boy
rict
is
Unlon
owRE
Home..
8.)
unmarried
14.
ck
Clev
Asv.
..Treated
950
Furnished
care
homeless
1545
934
6
55
Hospitnl.
185
26.
eph
Gae
27.
ireatments.
3677
1800
53
"Asaociation
3.
training.
.)eall-around
Firis
na
babes,
70
1011