Values-in-Action Foundation is a character-building education and training organization. Through Project Love workshops, community events, leadership training and media programs, Values-in-Action empowers teens and adults to build communities of kindness, caring and respect by putting their values-in-action wherever they go.
Thank you to all those who took the time to nominate their HEROES BEHIND THE SCENES. We are thrilled and delighted to have received such worthy and deserving nominations. We look forward to recognizing all the nominees and highlighting the Top 10 in our special Cleveland Magazine insert in January 2015.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE NOTE: In lieu of the previously planned luncheon on October 31st, we have decided to host a reception for all nominees and their guests in February after the Cleveland Magazine issue runs in January. More details to come soon. All nominators and nominees will be notified of these new details. Again, the October 31st event has been postponed, and we will reschedule our recognition reception soon. Stay tuned!
Together with Mentor High School, Project Love hosted 500 teens from across Lake, Geauga and
Ashtabula counties for a KINDNESS rally, "Changing Our Culture Through Kindness"
Check out our news coverage. Thank you to all who participated, it was a wonderful morning!
Join us for our next kindness rally inviting ALL schools from across Northeast Ohio!
KICKOFF FOR KINDNESS: #HAPPINESS...THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
NOVEMBER 6TH @ THE WOLSTEIN CENTER
Looking for a new car? Thinking about a Nissan?
Print this coupon, bring it to Bedford or Mentor Nissan, and our friends at
Nissan will donate $250 back to Project Love when you purchase your new car.
Project Love highlighted on Cleveland's 19 Action News!
Check out the news coverage here:
Results: View our latest "Believe to Achieve" statistics from our 2013 Graduating Class
For another year, Project Love's "Believe to Achieve" program has proven effective at Collinwood High School. The program was designed to give 9th grade girls the hope, life skills, support and resources they must have to envision a successful future for themselves and achieve their full potential. Now in Collinwood for five years, Project Love facilitator, Julie Wynne-Martin has taught, guided and mentored another group of girls who graduated June 2013.
For more about the program, see resources below:
Believe to Achieve Video #1: 2013 Believe to Achieve
Believe to Achieve Video #2: 2012 Program & Washington DC Trip
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