Giving Voice – Lending
Below you will find a list of organizations
that have been touched by The Summit's "Turning Outward"
program. To find out more, click here
to view the mission of "Turning Outward."
If you'd like us to consider your favorite non-profit for a Turning Outward broadcast, email our Julie DiVitto at email@example.com. Please include the contact person for the organization, so that we know who to contact, should we choose them for a broadcast.
December 10, 2009 - Community
Health Center – 702 East Market – Akron, OH
The December 2009 Turning Outward remote broadcast
focused on coping with depression and substance abuse during
the Holiday season. We chose the Community Health Center –
the premier provider of substance abuse treatment in Summit
The holiday season for most people
is a fun time of the year filled with parties, celebrations,
and social gatherings with family and friends. But for many
people, it is a time filled with sadness, self-reflection,
loneliness, and anxiety. To cope with these pressures, many
abuse drugs, and alcohol which can evidentially lead to depression.
Summit general manager, Tommy Bruno, conducted interviews
- Chrissy Gashash, Marketing Manager
- Kathy Perge, Director of Intake/Diagnostic Department
- Frankie Betancourt, Community Health Center
- Dr. Nancy Keogh, Clinical Director
The Community Health Center is the premier provider of substance
abuse treatment in Summit County. Since 1974 the CHC has served
over 50,000 adults, children and family members who have struggled
with addictions issues. The CHC is a private, not-for-profit
agency supported by state’ local and federal grants,
fee for service and private donors.
For more information contact:
Community Health Center – 330-434-4141 www.commhealthcenter.org
|November 13, 2009 –
The Association of Fundraising Professionals National Philanthropy
The Association of Fundraising Professionals
recognized seven area businesses, foundations and individuals
at their annual luncheon celebrating National Philanthropy
Award winners were chosen for
the difference they make in strengthening our communities.
Receiving accolades for the many accomplishments they have
made in the name of giving were Buckeye Containers, Bridgestone
America’s Trust Fund, The Lehner Family Foundation,
Rennick Andreoli, Nicholas Guiney, The Gay Community Endowment
Fund and Phillip Maynard.
Broadcasting live from Quaker Station, Summit General Manager,
Tommy Bruno interviews included: AFP President Larry Becker
and award recipients Phillip Maynard, Chris Hixson and Nicholas
For more information on The National Association of Fundraising
Professionals visit afpncoh.org.
|October 20, 2009 –
Akron Community Foundation's Bert A. Polsky Humanitarian Award
Over 300 local leaders and supporters were
present to honor Madeline Bozzelli for her decades of service
to area non-profit organizations. Mrs. Bozzelli has dedicated
herself to raising funds for many Akron area non-profits including
Akron Children’s Hospital, St. Thomas Hospital, YWCA,
The Akron Blind Center and countless others.
The Humanitarian Award is named
for Polsky’s Department Store founder and Akron Community
Foundation founding trustee Bert Polsky. The annual award
recipient is chosen by a committee of past nominees and presented
to the individual or couple who best exemplifies Polsky’s
own selfless dedication to area humanitarian causes.
Summit on air personality Liz Mozzocco and general manager
Tommy Bruno were on hand to interview Madeline Bozzelli along
with leaders, and board members of Akron Community Foundation.
|September 10, 2009 –
The public got their first look Rimer
Community Learning Center at the formal dedicated of the state-of-the-art
By day Rimer is an Elementary School; in the evening and
on weekends, it becomes a Community Center, for general, scheduled
public functions such as athletics or adult classes.
Rimer CLC is part of the Kenmore Cluster and one of 15 completed
CLCs in Akron Public Schools.
91.3 Summit music director, and on-air personality, Liz Mozzocco
was on-hand, along with local dignitaries and dozens of proud
Rimer Elementary Alumni.
|August 13, 2009 – Community AIDS
Community Aids Network – The Summit
has been a long-term supporter of Community AIDS Network (CAN).
The Mission of the Community AIDS Network is to prevent further
transmission of HIV through education and risk reduction efforts
and to provide housing assistance and other services to people
already affected by HIV/AIDS.
Summit Music Director & On-Air Personality
Liz Mozzocco broadcast live from the Community Aids Network
new administrative offices
The Community AIDS Network staff, volunteers, and ocal dignitaries
were on-hand to celebrate.
the photos here
July 22, 2009 - Junior
Achievement of North Central Ohio
Junior Achievement of North Central Ohio – And based
on our Community Needs Assessment Junior Achievement of North
Central Ohio touched on three significant components in-need:
- Financial Literacy
- Workforce Readiness
Successfully raising awareness of the JA programs and their
mission was an obvious first step in Turning Outward. JA programs
help prepare young people for the real world by showing them
how to generate wealth and effectively manage it, how to create
jobs which make their communities more robust, and how to
apply entrepreneurial thinking to the workplace. Students
put these lessons into action, and learn the value of contributing
to their communities.
Summit Music Director & On-Air Personality Liz Mozzocco
broadcast live from the Akron Public Schools/Helen Arnold
Community Learning Center in support of Junior Achievement
of North Central Ohio.
Charter One and WJW FOX 8 named Junior Achievement of North
Central Ohio as their 2009 third-quarter Champion in Action
winner in Ohio. As part of the award, Junior Achievement received
a $25,000 grant, public relations and volunteer support toward