Our first random donation was hand delivered to a Warrensville Heights police officer. Contact info@OhioCityPower.net for more information.
Keith was living at St. Herman's homeless shelter for men in Cleveland. Ohio City Power connected him to a day labor company. Keith took the bus at 5 a.m. from St. Herman's to hop on a van provided by the day labor company and worked at a manufacturing facility in Akron where he was eventually hired full-time.
Ohio City Power provides programs and services in faith-based economic development to improve the spiritual and physical well-being of our Veterans,the hungry, the homeless and the jobless of Cleveland, Ohio and surrounding cities.
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Ohio City Power serves the spiritual and physical well-being of our Veterans, the hungry, the homeless and the jobless of Cleveland, Ohio and surrounding cities.