Archive for the ‘Community Involvement’ Category



FREE Global Youth Initiative Seminar – Wednesday, October 24th – 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

This is a community event, open to the public, so please invite your family and friends to attend! Our Program Manager, Tom Johnson will be facilitating this complimentary course. During the seminar, attendees will be invited to complete a preliminary DISC assessment, learn about the four main personality types, and generate future career and lifestyle goals!

The event is open to all ages between 13 and 19 years old! Free pizza will also be provided during the event.

Register Here

Hurricane Harvey Relief

Over the past week the NAE/NWAN team has gathered donations from friends and family in hopes of sending some relief to Houston.  From baby wipes, to non-perishable food items, to blankets, so far we have sent off over 2,700 lbs of supplies.  The outpouring of donations has been heartwarming. We sincerely appreciate all those who have donated and will continue to accept donations the week of September 11, 2017.

Donations can be dropped off at our office:  8370 Dow Cir #100, Strongsville, OH 44136




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CCH Golf Scramble for Kids

We were proud to be the platinum sponsor for the Cleveland Christian Home’s annual Scramble For Kids golf tournament.

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The event was held at the Elyria Country Club, one of the oldest private country clubs in the State of Ohio. The exceptionally manicured 18-hole course, plays to 6,750 yards from the championship tees, and was the perfect backdrop for the event.

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To learn more about the Cleveland Christian Home and their impact to the community visit their website.

Megan Littlejohn Golf Outing

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We were honored to participate as a lead sponsor in the 2016 Megan Littlejohn Foundation Golf Outing.

Proceeds from this event were used for the organization’s Parents’ Care Bags Project. These Care Bags provide the basics to families who are staying in the hospital with their child so they can remain at their child’s bedside without worrying about meeting their own basic needs.  Care Bags consist of a tote bag filled with toiletry items, tissues, lip balm, gum, hand sanitizer, and a notebook and pen. The nurses are able to provide these Care Bags to families in need. In addition, the funds were also to donate toys for the Child Life Department at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, and also for supplies for Art Therapists at Cornerstone Counseling Center.

To learn more about the Megan Littlejohn Foundation, visit their website.