Posted December 15, 2011 in Press Releases
Joint Campaign for Arts Education for Children and Energy Assistance for
Households Facing Financial Hardship
Cleveland, OH (December 15, 2011) – Cleveland Play House is pleased to announce that it is joining forces with The Salvation Army and Dominion East Ohio to present a unique collaboration, the CPHCares/EnergyShare Project, to fund much-needed arts education for children and energy assistance for households facing financial hardship from unemployment or family crisis. Giving levels begin at $500. Individuals can make a $10 donation from a mobile device by texting “change lives” to “80888.” The program runs now through February 5, 21012. For more information, call Robin Laughlin at (216) 400-7035 or email at email@example.com.
“We appreciate the partnership with Dominion and Cleveland Play House,” says Stella Dilik, Divisional Development Director for The Salvation Army of Northeast Ohio. “The dollars raised for EnergyShare directly impact our service to thousands of clients in our community. A successful partnership and campaign ensures people will stay warm and have food to eat. “
“This is a great opportunity to get the word out about the EnergyShare program and about the educational programming at Cleveland Play House,” states Sharon Seaton, Corporate Community Affairs for Dominion East Ohio.