Community Service Alliance

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Administrative Offices
3387 Fulton Road
Cleveland, OH 44109
Phone: (216) 351-0655


Individuals, church groups, corporations or business owners all have so many ways to sponsor Community Service Alliance and the measurable impact we have on the lives of those most in need.

Financial Sponsorship

Financial support contributes directly to the mission of Community Service Alliance and helps us meet the needs of those we serve.  We have several levels of support that will meet any individual or organizational budget.

CSA Sponsor:
$25/month = $300/year

CSA Member:
$100/month = $1,200/year

CSA Room Match:
$200/month = $2,400/year

CSA Patron:
$400/month = $4,800/year

CSA Benefactor:
A sustaining contribution of $10,000 or more will be used as a grant that will continue to initiate entrepreneurial enterprise, training and development, Community Service Alliance expansion, staffing, and much more!

Employment Sponsorship

If you own a small to medium-sized business and are looking for quality, affordable labor, consider creating a community service job position within your company.  Employers have the option of paying participants a daily or hourly stipend in preparation for part-time or full-time employment.  This stipend arrangement is expected to be short term in nature as both the participant and the employer assess the situation and determine whether a more permanent arrangement is feasible.  Most relationships last from four weeks to six months before a participant is either hired or moves on to other opportunities.

For more information about the Community Service Alliance work experience program and to see how it can add value to your business or organization, contact us today.

Independent Housing Sponsorship

Community Service Alliance serves as a catalyst for lasting relationships between people emerging out of homelessness and people willing to participate in their transformation. Landlords and property owners can count themselves among those groups willing to help transform the lives of others by being a resource to CSA as we look to move people on to greater independence.

It’s a win-win for everyone!  Community Service Alliance provides appropriate candidates for housing, provides drug screening, physical examinations, and criminal and/or child abuse clearances to the landlord, and provides the support and guidance of our Community Coordinator to both the participant and the landlord.  The landlord provides eligible participants with clean and updated housing options, and agrees to contact CSA’s Community Coordinator whenever a participant’s residency is at risk.

Consider your building or a unit in your building for community service housing!  Contact us today for more information.

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