Strike Up Some Fun for CSA!

Strike Up Some Fun for CSA!

On May 31, 2013, CSA hosted its first fundraising event in more than three years, and raised more than $4,700 to support our mission.  A very special Thank You is extended to our generous sponsors who graciously supported this event:

Buckeye Business Products

Sly, Inc.
AM Consulting, LLC

4design Marketing

Stack Heating & Cooling
River Financial Group – Robert Kruty

New York Life Insurance Company
Agents: Tyson Vines & Jason Craciun

Event Raises More Than $4,700 to Support Housing and Job Assistance for Men Transitioning from Homelessness

Cleveland, OH (June 1, 2013) – Community Service Alliance sponsored a unique event to raise funds to help the organization provide housing, job assistance, and personal, behavioral and spiritual support for men transitioning from homelessness to independence.

Strike Up Some Fun for CSA was held at Mahall’s Twenty Lanes on Madison Avenue in Lakewood on Friday, May 31st from 5:00-8:00 pm.  The event included three hours of bowling, special food and drinks, live music by “Cats on Holiday,” exceptional raffle prizes, and a 50/50 raffle.  This very special evening raised more than $4,700 for CSA’s mission.

“The proceeds from this event will help Community Service Alliance continue to serve as a vital link for men emerging from homelessness,” said Bill Grulich, the event Chairperson and member of the Board of Directors of CSA.

Sponsors of the event included Buckeye Business Products, Sly, Inc., 4design Marketing, AM Consulting LLC, Stack Heating & Cooling, River Financial Group, and New York Life Insurance Company and agents Tyson Vines and Jason Craciun.


Community Service Alliance (CSA) was founded in 2004 to introduce a new approach to individualized training and support, low rent housing, and transitional jobs for homeless persons throughout the Greater Cleveland and Cuyahoga County region.  The mission of the organization is to be a catalyst for lasting relationships between people emerging out of homelessness and people willing to participate in their transformation.  CSA accomplishes that mission by providing affordable, short-term housing, identifying and securing local work experience and employment opportunities, and offering training that fosters personal, behavioral and spiritual support, all to promote the eventual independence and self-sufficiency of the men they serve.

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