Since 1941, citizens have provided ongoing support to the City Club through contributions to our endowment. Originally established as The Forum Foundation, the endowment's founders sought to ensure that Cleveland would always have a place for and a practice of convening civil, civic dialogue on the shared issues we face as a community. Today, those original contributions are pooled with bequests and other contributions from our community that will continue to support our programs and operations.
All NEO high school students are encouraged to enter the 2019 Hope and Stanley Adelstein Free Speech Essay Contest! Your thoughts on today's threats to free speech could win you up to $1,000 and a chance to read your essay at a City Club forum. Enter today!
We create conversations of consequence to help democracy thrive. Here's who is speaking next at the City Club. Be challenged. Learn something new. Join us.
Since its creation 30 years ago, over 30,000 students have participated at the City Club. Discover the different ways that students can get involved, here.
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