2020 FUNDRAISERS & UPCOMING EVENTS

Pastoral Conversation Around Emotional Wellness
Webinar
Thursday April 4th
9:00am-11:00pm
FREE
Women Experiencing Love Life & Laughter
A HAT Affair Luncheon
Mediterranean Party Center
Saturday September 19, 2020
5:00am-8:30pm
featuring Special Guest Media Personality Ramona Robinson, Poet Laureate Honey Bell-Bey
$40
Urban Community CPR
African American Youth Organizations throughout NEO
September - October 2020
OPEN
FREE
Aches, Pains and Automobiles: Men's Health Tuneup

​Saturday September 26, 2020

10:30am Registration   11:00am-2:00pm

Care Alliance Health Center

2916 Central Avenue

Contact: 216.295.0283
FREE
State of Disparities in the African American Family: Past,
Present & Future Impact on Culture and Community through
Policy Change
Co Convener HHS Health Resources and Services Administration
Presenting Sponsor Amgen Pharmaceuticals
Session Sponsor Pregnancy and Infant Loss Committee
Professional CEU's Available (Nursing, Social Work, Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist, Chemical Dependency Counselors, Law, Physician)
$100

Friday - Saturday August 14-15th, 2020

8:00am-4:30pm

DoubleTree Beachwood

Hotel Accommodations: DoubleTree by Hilton

State of Disparities Room Rate: $109+tax

African American Women's Wellness Walk
Walk 4 R Sista's

​Saturday September 19, 2020

7:30am Registration   8:00am-11:00am Program

Zelma Watson George Recreation Center

Contact: 216.295.0283
Contact: 216.295.0283
FREE
Annual Pre Conference Reception - Rhapsody in YOU
Join the NEOBHC as we recognize community members that participated in the African American Women's Wellness Walk and community members that are doing great work to address disparities in education, employment, housing and health.

​Friday August 14, 2020

6:00pm-10:00pm

DoubleTree by Hilton Beachwood

3663 Park East Drive

Tickets are $50

NO MORE TEARS
When Your Sweetie Ain't So Sweet/Love Letter 2 U

Rainbow Terrace Learning Center

7310 Carson Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44104

 

January 27, 2020

October 12, 2020

FREE

NEOBHC Southern Soul: Healthy Eat-U-Trainment Session

Locations throughout Northeast Ohio

"A food desert is an area that has limited access to affordable and nutritious food."

This Community Eat-U-Trainment session focuses on combining hands-on cooking classes, live discussion, and of course eating in communities that are low income, overly populated with convenience stores and have lower life expectancies due to health issues related to the obesity epidemic.

Join Chef-tivist Eric Wells for this two hour cooking session, parents and children will learn side-by-side how to cook healthier foods, how to cook together, how to prepare healthy foods and snacks inexpensively, how to make good food choices and so much more. Chef Wells is a strong advocate for healthy eating, especially for America’s youth.

Goal:

To provide a healthy cooking session in low income communities.

To foster a development growth and togetherness between parents and children.

To provide an opportunity to educate communities on the benefits of cooking for life.

 

Chef Eric Wells (Author, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist) was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Chef Eric has always enjoyed cooking. As a youth, his mother taught him the magic of pairing different ingredients, spices and herbs to create marvelous dishes. Before she passed in 2003, Chef Eric promised his mother that he would take his passion for food and make it his career of choice.

 

February, 2020 - October, 2020

FREE

2020 NEOBHC COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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The Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition understands that food insecurity is a big concern in communities of color and although programs exist in the community through the school system they don’t make special provisions for children or parents and grandparents that are handicapped or under the age of 9. There are many children that will be greatly affected by the school closings for the next three weeks. As an organization that works to address disparities we decided to gather food and issue breakfast and lunch during the school closure. Many of the children that we serve receive their only meal at school. Without those provisions many children would go hungry.

We are raising money to provide nutritious food to children in need. The donations will be used to purchase food for children that are out of school and their siblings. We are currently in the following areas that Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition have been making deliveries to Kinsman, Downtown, Lee Miles, Union Broadway, Central, Mt Pleasant, Glenville, East Cleveland, Cleveland near South Euclid/Cleveland Hts, Collinwood.

We need your support to continue with this volunteer lead effort that has provided 70 meals a day to families that are most in need. Due to Governor Dewine’s quarantine order the Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition is streamlining our efforts for the next two weeks. The families will receive a week worth of provisions at the beginning of the week. The provision will include a menu for each day that provides the supplements children need for proper brain growth and development.

The following are the texts from Babies and Brunch participants after receiving their bags

Thanks so much for this food.. What a blessing! I am very greatful for what you guys have done for my children during this school shutdown days! I pray that each of you will be blessed so much your cups can't be big enough to hold! God's love to you all!

I want you to know that y'all have really helped me and my kids. I don't have a car and I lost my job recently. My kids are so happy when you guys come.

Thank you so much, I don't know what I've would of had did without your help. You have blessed my kids in a way that god showed me you are a real angel. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Amen. Praying you will continue to be blessed!

Yes y'all showed out thank you so much

Thank u so much we are truly blessed

Good afternoon, my name is Evelyn and my daughter Virginia signed up for your program. My heart have been heavy due to the fact my dad passed and trying to make arrangements. But today I am not experiencing a not so heavy heart because when I came home I saw the generosity of your organization. I know there is a God because He proved to me that there are people like yourself that truly care no matter who that person is you are helping. No, you don't know my story, but I can let you know that you brought tears to my eyes today. I am forever grateful for what you do to those in need. If I can be of any assistance in volunteering or prayers I'm here. Again thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Thank you if it wasn't for you , and your team I wouldn't b able to feed my four kids right now.

 

I'm Eternally grateful for all of you quys!!!!!!!! Thank you a billion times plus more

Grateful...