The Metanoia Project Receives Gift from Onix Outreach

Donation Arrives Weeks Before Organization Opens Its Seasonal Shelter for the Homeless.

Cleveland, OH, November 03, 2017 --( The Metanoia Project, a Cleveland-based nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting Cleveland’s homeless population recently received a $4,000 gift from Onix Outreach, the philanthropic division of Onix Networking, ahead of the organization opening its seasonal shelter on November 17th. The financial contribution is the second contribution that Onix Outreach has made this year, in support of the organization’s historic tenth anniversary.

Additionally, Onix Networking will also engage its employees in volunteer opportunities with The Metanoia Project throughout the year.

“While both are extremely important, The Metanoia Project offers more than just a meal or an overnight shelter away from the harmful elements that Cleveland’s winter brings,” stated Onix Outreach founder Dianne Needles. “The organization offers hope and helps build up a person’s dignity through their extensive outreach work.” Needles added: “We are committed to supporting the wonderful work of The Metanoia Project.”

“We cannot thank Onix Outreach enough,” said Megan Crow, Executive Director with The Metanoia Project. “Their generous financial contributions and staff support have helped so many in our community who need it the most. They are truly a blessing.”

The Metanoia Project will open its shelter on Friday, November 17th and will remain open on Friday evenings through Tuesday mornings, 7pm to 7am. The shelter is located at 2459 Washington Ave. Cleveland inside of St Malachi Hall and will remain open through mid-April. Additionally, the shelter will open during weeknights with extremely low temperatures.

To learn more about The Metanoia Project’s outreach programs and offerings and to directly help the organization continue to provide for its guests through a tax deductible donation, please visit their website

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