ioby has teamed up with The Cleveland Climate Action Fund and Resilient Cleveland to  award  up to $5,000 in matching funds to residents and community-based organizations for their outstanding projects listed below. 

For every dollar given towards an  ioby project below will be matched until the project's match pool has run out, effectively doubling the resources available to these Cleveland projects!

To read more about how match  winners were chosen, please see criteria below.
  • Feed People, Not Landfills

    Rust Belt Riders wants to work in communities across Cleveland to create 'wealth' from 'waste' by turning discarded food into community assets. Together we will feed people, not landfills. 

    NEEDS: $0 of 10,540
  • Visitors tour a garden in the city of Cleveland.

    GardenWalk Cleveland 2017

    GWC organizes free tours of private and community gardens in the city of Cleveland. Visitors explore neighborhoods and see how much the city is "greening." In 2017 Detroit-Shoreway and Collinwood is our focus.

    NEEDS: $0 of 4,795 + Volunteers
  • Bee-Lieve Harvest Festival

    familiarizing youth with green culture; water conservation, growing your own foods, bee keeping, and healthy eating habits

    NEEDS: $0 of 2,000 + Volunteers
  • The Cleveland Refugee Bike Project

    The Cleveland Refugee Bike Project will provide refugees with bikes and training, giving them an economic lifeline that can connect them to new employment, educational, and social opportunities in Northeast Ohio.

    NEEDS: $0 of 13,013 + Volunteers
  • Beautiful day for Fun with Fresh Veggie Superheroes!

    Operation: Vegetables!

    I hope to create more games for kids to learn about healthy foods – active & fun. Creating community gardens if possible, with painted elements collecting rainwater to feed the vegetables.

    NEEDS: $0 of 2,610