Family Outreach Program 

“Adopt-a-Family” Program

We encourage local individuals and families to participate in our holiday "Adopt-a-Family" program. This initiative aims to support families in need by providing them with essential resources, including gifts and food. By adopting a family, you can make a meaningful difference in their lives during the holiday season. For more information and to get involved, please contact our organization. Together, we can spread joy and foster a sense of community during this special time of year. 

Joy for Kids This Christmas

As the holiday season approaches, we are dedicated to supporting families in our community who may be facing financial difficulties. Through our collection drive, we gather toys, gifts, and food items to assemble thoughtful gift baskets. These baskets are specifically designed to bring joy and alleviate the financial burden of celebrating the holidays. By participating in this initiative, you can help us make a meaningful impact and ensure that these families have a brighter and more festive season. Join us in spreading holiday cheer and making a difference in our community. 

Easter Celebration

Marinelly Cruz, Executive Director of God’s Vision Foundation, says, “The Easter Baskets will brighten the holiday for those children staying at shelters around the city. We can’t believe that this is the 1st year that God’s Vision Foundation have been collecting Easter Baskets. We are so appreciative of your support!” 

 Cellophane wrapped Easter baskets can be filled with items for children ages 1 to 17 and can include toys, journals, games, personal care items, gift cards, packaged healthy snacks and traditional Easter candy. Please contact Marinelly Cruz at 216-512-1463 if your school or organization is interested in contributing to the God’s Vision Foundation Easter Basket Drive.

Fill The Backpack Program

we provide backpacks filled with school supplies, clothing, and other school-related items to ease the burden of back-to-school spending for families.

Moms, Fathers & Babies Program

 Embark on a journey of community impact with our partnerships, including Cribs for Kids, Cleveland      Department of Health, and the Greater Cleveland Diaper Bank. Together, we strive to prevent the heartbreak of infant loss by providing support to New Mothers, Fathers, and the entire support system.

     Our mission extends beyond cribs and diapers; we aim to empower families with the essential items needed   for a safe and nurturing start for every child. Join us in ensuring a strong foundation for new families. Visit our      website to contribute and make a difference today!

Dignity and Hope Project

        The Dignity and Hope project is a community-based initiative aimed at providing comprehensive support            and assistance to individuals affected by street violence. The project's primary objective is to empower             survivors and their families, fostering a sense of dignity and hope, while also working towards preventing     future incidents of violence through community outreach and awareness initiatives. 

Coffee with Hope 

We started the Coffee with Hope program in which we provide Hot Coffee with bread/pastries in the cold months to those in need, especially the un-house community.  

Food Pantry


In the winter months, YES maintains a food pantry stocked with non-perishable items and at times fresh meat and produce. This is made possible through the generosity of donations from community members and local foundations.

Hygiene & Cleaning Supply 

The Free Hygiene and Cleaning Supplies program is an initiative by Gods Vision Foundation that provides essential hygiene and cleaning supplies to families in need. Non-everyday use hygiene items like toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorants, shampoos, soaps, and lotions are provided every 90 days to ensure families have a steady supply of essentials. Cleaning supplies like laundry detergent, dish soap, and cleaning sprays are also provided to help families keep their homes clean and healthy. This program is made possible through the generosity of donations from community members and local organizations.

Hot Meals & Hot Meals on Wheel


We are hoping to serve free hot meals seven days a week as of now we provide Hot Meals once a moth

*COVID-19 Program Update: All Community Hot Meals will now be served as boxed to-go meals.

Adult Literacy/Professional Development Programs 

Our programs and projects promote adult education through:

TO QUALIFY to receive Free Classes you must be in Cleveland or East Cleveland

-have total household income less than 150% of the federal poverty guidelines