CPF visits the Golden Ciphers Youth Development and Cultural Arts Center.

The Cleveland Police Foundation recently met with Pamela Hubbard and her son Anthony at the Golden Ciphers Youth Development and Cultural Arts Center located at 5704 Broadway. Golden Ciphers is an African American grassroot organization designed to enrich family structures and develop healthier communities and lifestyles. CPF and Golden Ciphers are working on ways to create positive interactions between the police and the community we serve. For more on Golden Ciphers you can call 216-574-4888 or go to goldenciphers1.com.


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