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About Philanthropy Efforts to our Community

We are proud to help and be involved with so many wonderful groups in our area.  Take a minute to look at some of the wonderful organizations we have contributed to over the years.  For additional information on any of our "business friends" or how to find out how to get support from POV Solutions - please call Chris at 440.591.5443. ext 222 or email him at


The Chagrin Valley Hunt Club
7620 Old Mill Road, Gates Mills, OH 44040

Seven Barks Fine Goods Stationery was a featured auction item at a dinner last Saturday to celebrate the end of the first successful season of beagle hunting in the Chagrin Valley in 40 years.  This newly formed “beagle pack” supported by friends and members of The Chagrin Valley Hunt Club and managed by Huntsman Mark McManus welcomes all enthusiasts to walk out on Saturday mornings during the fall and winter season. For information contact Mark at




Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland

6114 Broadway Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44127

POV is pleased to be a supporter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland's Race Day Giveaway, a raffle in which participants have a chance to win two first-class, round-trip airline tickets to anywhere in the continental U.S., Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean, courtesy of United Airlines.  Raffle tickets are $10 each and can be purchased here.  In addition, all those who enter BGCC's June 25 Race for Kids at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo will be automatically entered into the raffle.  The raffle drawing will take place immediately following the race.  The winner need not be present.


The Samuel Szabo Foundation

"The Samuel Szabo Foundation advocates for children affected by cancer, and provides support and services to the children and families in ways that improve their experience, while they journey through their child's cancer care."


On May 1st, The Samuel Szabo Foundation had their annual fund-raiser tea party at Quintealia's Tea Palor. POV and Seven Barks Fine Goods donated a basket for the silent auction in efforts to help raise money for childhood cancer. There were so many donations made and fun was had by all with a couple of tears of course. The Szabo Family did an amazing job with the event and POV was proud to be apart of it.







Crossroads Hospice Care
8224 Mentor Ave. Suite 110, Mentor, Ohio 44060


"These ladies from a nursing home that are enjoying making cards. The card stock was generously donated by POV. We now have enough paper to make a lot of projects! Thanks for the paper..." Diane Hunt & Sheri Whitticar





Chagrin Falls Travel Baseball
Contact Dr. Gregory Myers DDS. 

(Gina - POV design team with the vinyl banner)

The 9U Chagrin Travel Baseball Team. Our sponsors have donated money to help pay for the necessary equipment, uniforms, practice facilities, leagues fees, and tournament fees. Without their help, the cost would be prohibitive to some of our players. Thanks to all our sponsors. Your support is greatly appreciated. Other Sponsors included Burntwood Tavern, M Italian Restaurant, Pacos Tacos, Flip Side, Karen Eagle Howard Hanna


Metzenbaum Center
8200 Cedar Road, Chesterland, Ohio 44026

The Geauga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, known as The Bessie Benner Metzenbaum Center, was founded in 1966 to provide services and supports to individuals in Geauga County who have developmental and intellectual disabilities. Today, our main priority is still enhancing individuals’ lives through our services. These services begin at birth, continue with preschool and school programs and last through adulthood. Services including Early Intervention Programs, Adult Services, Case Management, an Intermediate Care Facility and Transportation services help make Metzenbaum a wonderful community of caring individuals. The Metzenbaum Center currently supports more than 850 individuals and their families in Geauga County by helping them live, learn and earn in our community.


Fieldstone Farms Therapeutic Riding Center
16497 Snyder Road, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023

"Our horses are helping our students reach goals they never imagined. People with autism and Down syndrome have said their first words. Adults with multiple sclerosis and children with neurological disorders have improved balance and gained strength after riding. Some have even taken their first steps. Children from the inner-city and high school students with emotional issues have gained confidence and become inspired to learn. Wounded military veterans and seniors with memory deficits have found comfort and hope from our horses. Discover how our horses can help you or someone you care about."

WomenSafe, Inc.
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Services available today include: emergency shelter, 24-hour support and crisis management hotline, individualized and group counseling, art therapy, court advocacy, peer support, aftercare, education and referrals. To build community awareness, educational presentations are available to civic organizations, schools, churches, or any interested group. The agency also provides “Healthy Relationship” presentations to Lake and Geauga County schools (elementary through college) All services are provided for free regardless of economic income. WomenSafe is one of only two of the nearly 80 domestic violence programs in the State of Ohio whose programs are fully certified by the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Ohio Department of Mental Health. The agency is also certified by Medicaid for its diagnostic assessment, counseling and community support programs.


Geauga Growth Partnership, Inc.
12373 Kinsman Road, Newbury, OH 44065

GGP is a private – public partnership committed to growing the economy and community of Geauga County. The Partnership was created in 2010 by Geauga County business, professional and civic leaders to build upon the County’s remarkable assets. Geauga’s people, businesses and quality of life make the County a wonderful place to live and work. To make the most of these outstanding resources, the Partnership assists Geauga companies as they face challenges, engage opportunities and build collaborations to pursue common interests.


Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity
12180 Kinsman Road, Newbury, OH 44065

Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat International, but we receive no financial support from our parent organization. As a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry, we are dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty one family at a time. We help build simple, decent homes for families in need right here in Lake & Geauga Counties. We are not a charity, but we are a charitable organization. In other words, a Habitat home is not free. Families we partner with are hard-working and must commit to 250-400 sweat equity hours. They must also be able to pay a mortgage, utilities, taxes and any other expenses any homeowner has. Our building efforts are in Lake & Geauga County, Ohio. We typically build 3 to 4 homes per year for families in need. Nearly all labor is donated by volunteers and we also receive many in-kind donations of construction materials. Habitat offers a hand up…not a hand out!


Orange Community Education & Recreation
32000 Chargin Blvd, Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124

Orange Community Education & Recreation embraces the quality principles and practices of collaboration, community involvement, innovation, accountability and teamwork in developing and coordinating lifelong educational, enrichment, recreational and leisure opportunities for all participants.