Who We Serve

Special Populations

We provide opportunities for housing renovation for housing-insecure populations and the organizations that serve these populations.

Working hand-in-hand with these organizations — our partners — we help adults aging out of foster care, single moms transitioning from homelessness, women escaping domestic violence or trafficking, disabled veterans, legally settled refugees, returning from incarceration and substance abuse, and others. Over the past decade, we have donated hundreds of homes to these individuals and organizations.

Our Partners

Bessie's Angels Cleveland

Bessie’s Angels – is a non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing, educating, empowering, and providing low-income housing to young women who have aged out of foster care.

Building Hope in the City – Transforming neighborhoods and Cleveland’s refugee and immigrant communities through hope, opportunity, and faith.

The City Mission – Providing help and hope to all people through the transforming power of God’s love.


Envision Cleveland – Strengthening and transforming communities with neighbors who love God, working for the common good and living with purpose one neighbor at a time.

Elizabeth Baptist Church – Supporting individuals in need, youth programs, and providing housing during challenging times.

Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity – Building, renovating and selling homes to families in the Greater Cleveland area with affordable mortgages while connecting them to their community through neighborhood revitalization projects.

Jordan Community Resource Center – Providing transformative and supportive services to women in crisis.

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King’s Son 820 – Assisting and mentoring young and adult males in their spiritual and personal development.

Lutheran Metropolitan MinistryServing people who are homeless, youth facing adversity, older adults who are vulnerable, people impacted by the criminal justice system, and individuals with behavioral health needs.

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Ride with Valor – Dedicated to assisting Veterans and their families with housing and support solutions.

The Learning Center Cleveland

The Meeting Place Learning Center – aka The Learning Center (TMPLC) is an after-school program in Cleveland, Ohio that exists to provide meaningful out-of-school activities and interventions to support academic, emotional, and social growth in children.

Women of Hope Cleveland

Women of Hope – Provide safe housing and supportive services to homeless women and children in order to equip and empower them towards healthy lifestyles and self-sufficiency.

How Can I Begin to Work with Land Bank Charities?

Non-profit and faith-based organizations needing housing, as part of their services to housing-insecure populations, can contact our Special Projects Manager to inquire about how to become eligible to receive homes. Non-profits and faith-based organizations must display the ability to manage a home renovation, have sufficient resources to renovate the home, and serve an at-risk group as part of its ministry or mission.


For further information, contact Marcelina Śladewska at [email protected] or 216-698-3022.