September 2018 Community Partner of the Month: Skylight Financial Group

The Cleveland Police Foundation proudly announces that the recipient of our Community Partner of the Month for September 2018 is Skylight Financial Group.

September 2018 Community Partner - Skylight Financial Group

September 2018 Community Partner – Skylight Financial Group

What started as a chance introduction by Ohio City entrepreneur Sam McNulty has turned into an incredible partnership! Sam introduced Captain Keith Sulzer, the Cleveland Police Foundation Liaison, to Mark Owens of Skylight Financial Group, knowing that both have a true passion for their Cleveland community.  Since that introduction, Skylight Financial Group has taken up the cause of bringing police officers together with the community they serve, most importantly the children of Cleveland.

Over the last four years, Skylight Financial Group has donated thousands of new toys to the Cleveland Police Foundation’s Cops for Kids program, providing Christmas presents for literally thousands of needy children and their families.  Cops for Kids has received so many toys that we are now able to give out toys all year round to kids at MetroHealth’s Pediatric Unit and simply through Random Acts of Giving.

Jeff Zemito of Skylight Financial Group recently received a grant from the Mass Mutual Foundation for $10,000 to go toward our CPF Cops for Kids programs.  Skylight Financial Group’s Paul Fox, Michael Connole, Dan Brennan, Jeff Zemito, Jonathon Goldston, and Mark Owens, as well as the entire organization, have truly made a difference in our community and we at the Cleveland Police Foundation are incredibly appreciative of their efforts.

It is because of this effort to assist and provide for the children in the community that the Cleveland Police Foundation names Skylight Financial Group its Community Partner of the Month for September 2018.

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The Cleveland Police Foundation is the official charity for the Cleveland Division of Police and the only organization authorized to solicit charitable contributions on its behalf.

We provide funding for youth and community outreach programs, community policing and engagement initiatives, safety & crime prevention programs, and support the members of the Cleveland Division of Police to help them better perform their duties. Contributions to the CPF are tax deductible under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS Code.

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