Cogswell Hall is a permanent solution to homelessness that offers quality, low-income housing with social services, builds community and advocates for disabled and economically disadvantaged individuals.
Despite their age, children can have a powerful impact in the community, if only we encourage them to do so. Here are four reasons kids should start volunteering young.
If you’re looking for cool ways to donate your gently used items, check out this list of things you can and should donate, and some unique ideas of where to give them.
By going green, we create a better environment for ourselves and future generations. Check out these easy ways you can live an altruistic—and green—lifestyle.
Electricity is back on at Cogswell Hall after a March 8 windstorm that affected more than 60,000 power customers. With computers and phones down, Cogswell's business offices were closed from Wednesday afternoon until power came back on Thursday, March 9. If you tried to reach someone on the staff during that period, please try again now. Follow the prompts at 216-961-1568 to leave a voice message. Or send an email, which staff members can retrieve whether working at home or returning to the office today. A directory is here: http://cogswellhall.org/who-we-are/staff.html.
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