SLAVIC VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT (SVD) (THE ORGANIZATION) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION PRIMARILY FUNDED THROUGH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS WITH NON-PROFIT HOUSING AGENCIES AND THE CITY OF CLEVELAND, OHIO. ITS PRIMARY ACTIVITIES ARE THE CONSTRUCTION, REHABILITATION, WEATHERIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF RESIDENTIAL HOMES AND MULTIFAMILY UNITS IN THE SLAVIC VILLAGE AND BROADWAY AVENUE AREA OF CLEVELAND, OHIO. ITS SUBSIDIARY MAIN STREET DEVELOPMENT, INC. IS A FOR-PROFIT ENTITY. IN ADDITION, SVD WORKS TO CREATE JOBS AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES, ALLEVIATE PHYSICAL AND ECONOMIC DETERIORATION, STIMULATE ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION, IMPROVE SAFETY AND PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE OF RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES LOCATED IN THE SLAVIC VILLAGE AND BROADWAY AVENUE NEIGHBORHOOD.
5620 Broadway Ave
Cleveland, OH 44127
Housing Development, Construction, Management (L20)
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SLAVIC VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT (SVD) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION WHOSE MISSION IS TO WORK WITH AND FOR ITS RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND INSTITUTIONS TO PROMOTE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT, AND NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT. THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH THREE GOALS: 1.SVD IS AN ENGAGED, INCLUSIVE, AND PROACTIVE CHAMPION EMPOWERING ITS RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES. 2.SVD PARTNERS WITH RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES TO IMPROVE THE SLAVIC VILLAGE NEIGHBORHOOD THROUGH ADVOCACY AND PROMOTION. 3.SVD BUILDS SLAVIC VILLAGE AS A WELCOMING PLACE WHERE FAMILIES AND BUSINESSES CAN THRIVE.
SVD IS A LEAD PARTNER FOR THE THIRD FEDERAL FOUNDATION-FUNDED SLAVIC VILLAGE P-16. OVER THE PAST YEAR, THROUGH THE WORK OF SVD AND ITS PARTNERS, THE FOLLOWING EDUCATIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS WERE MET: -ALL FIVE CLEVELAND METROPOLITAN SCHOOL DISTRICT K-8 SCHOOLS CONTINUED TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS IN ATTENDANCE AND TEST SCORES, WITH ALL STUDENTS RECEIVING HOUSEHOLD STABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES THROUGH THE SLAVIC VILLAGE P-16 -SVD'S P-16 PROGRAM BECAME THE MODEL FOR CMSD'S BID TO BECOME A "SAY YES TO EDUCATION" PROGRAM.
SVD WORKS TO CREATE JOBS AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES. OVER THE COURSE OF THE PAST YEAR: -SIX NEW LOCAL BUSINESSES WERE CREATED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD -SVD SUCCESSFULLY ATTRACTED BUSINESS INVESTMENT TO BRING IN ANOTHER FIVE BUSINESSES TO OPEN WITHIN THE NEXT YEAR -SVD WON CLEVELAND NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRESS' "VIBRANT CITY AWARDS PLACEMAKING AWARDS" FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF FLEET AVENUE. -A NEW PROGRAM FOR PROVIDING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND TRAINING WAS BEGUN THAT WILL TRAIN LOCAL RESIDENTS TO SUCCESSFULLY EARN JOBS AT NEIGHBORHOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANIES.
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