New signs installed at Village Project

Two new signs at Village Project facility. Photo by Barb Harrell

Village Project is pleased and grateful to be the recipient of two brand new signs recently installed at its headquarters building on West Oviatt. The materials for the signs were gifted by an anonymous donor, with paint and installation paid for by a grant provided by The Village Foundation.

The Village Foundation is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to preserving the quality of life in Bay Village, using the talents and resources of the private citizens and non-government funding. The Village Foundation exists to provide support for projects and programs fostering Bay Village’s historical, cultural, social, and educational heritage. Through The Village Foundation, its citizens and businesses are encouraged to perpetuate the traditions that make Bay Village a special place to live and work.

Village Project was founded in early 2011 with a mission to serve the community by providing meals and extended care and service to cancer patients and their families. The organization moved into this facility, which includes over 3,500 square feet, encompassing a large kitchen, administrative offices, a community gathering space, and and activity room, in early autumn of 2013. Its size has enabled Village Project to increase its outreach to the community.

For more information, please call 440-348-9401 or visit the Village Project website at

Diane Frye

I am a Bay Village resident and a volunteer for Village Project. 

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Volume 6, Issue 13, Posted 9:07 AM, 06.24.2014