As a catalyst for systemic change, GCC challenges Greater Clevelanders to imagine the change we can accomplish, connect individuals and organizations to multiply our power, and mobilize our members by the thousands to make our voices heard and build a greater Cleveland for all of its residents.
GCC unites people across lines of race, class, religion, and geography to promote public, private and civic sector actions which strengthen and improve the quality of life of our neighborhoods.
GCC is part of the Industrial Areas Foundation, the nation’s first and largest network of multi-faith coalitions, and we draw on their seven decades of experience winning tough battles across the nation. Drawing on the proven power of person-to-person organizing, GCC builds the power necessary to create a Greater Cleveland.
GCC is hitting the New Year running with a Criminal Justice Action from 7-8:30 pm on Thursday, February 27 at Olivet Institutional Baptist Church.
January 9, 2020
Next Delegate Assembly is Thursday, January 23rd, at Olivet Institutional Baptist Church
January 8, 2020
A standing room only crowd filled St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church in Cleveland to celebrate Greater Cleveland Congregation’s most recent criminal justice win. In attendance were Cuyahoga County
November 26, 2019
Last night's Delegate Assembly at Forest Hill Church in Cleveland Heights was full of energy and celebration. GCC delegates:Met GCC's new lead organizer Keisha Krumm. Got a sneak preview of GCC's new
November 25, 2019