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About GCC

Greater Cleveland Congregations (GCC) is a non-partisan organization of faith communities and partner organizations in Cuyahoga County working together to build power for social justice.

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.

Battle for Democracy

We are taking action to make sure everyone who wants to vote can do so safely and in a timely manner

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We Build Connections That Bring Social Change

Who We Are

We are members of 36 dues-paying congregations and organizations from across Cuyahoga County. We are Christian, Jewish, Muslim and secular.

Recent updates

Dollars 4 Doses and More

Dollars 4 Doses continues to provide COVID-19 vaccines and is being replicated on the Westside, getting people vaccinated in low-vaxed areas! It's even more important now as the numbers for COVID-19

May 23, 2022

Dollars for Doses Launches

GCC launches 'Dollars for Doses 2022' to boost vaccine uptake in low-vaccinated neighborhoods. Individuals who come to the vaccine clinic will receive $100 cash for their first vaccine, $50 for their second and $25 for their booster. Individuals will also receive $25 for every friend they bring to get vaccinated.

February 17, 2022

GCC Voter Guide

On the evening of October 7th, Cleveland residents shared moving testimonials about issues that keep them awake at night – the state of their neighborhoods, gun violence and the criminalization of mental health and addiction disease.

November 1, 2021

GCC Secures Yes Responses from Mayoral Candidates to Its Three Key Issues

On October 7th at Shiloh Baptist Church in Cleveland's Central neighborhood, residents from several East Side Cleveland communities gave moving testimonials about issues that keep them awake at night. These residents then asked Cleveland mayoral candidates Justin Bibb and Kevin Kelley whether they would act on those issues if elected mayor.

October 12, 2021