The Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries (FFHL) was established in 2013 by the Heights Libraries Board of Trustees as a 501(c)(3) organization that is entrusted to administration by the Cleveland Foundation. The Friends of the Heights Library provided $10,000 as seed money for this fund.

Individuals and organizations may contribute to the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries as a tribute to a friend, to memorialize a loved one, or to honor a special occasion. You may remember the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries in your will, with an insurance policy, or through donation of other assets.

Help preserve our legacy with funding that will support our buildings and services long after the current generation is gone.

Donate online!

The Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries (FFHL) is participating in the national Library Giving Day on April 7, 2021, to raise funds for the Coventry P.E.A.C.E. PARK playground replacement.

All funds raised will be used to replace the 30-plus-year-old playground that has reached the end of its life.

When Heights Libraries obtained the PEACE Park property in 2018, it pledged to become a good steward of the six-acre property, which was once an elementary school. The Library has leased the building to Coventry PEACE Campus, Inc. and now is focusing on creating a fully accessible playground for use by people of all ages and abilities.

Click here to donate to the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries.

There are three ways to give your tax deductible contribution:

  1. Donate online!
    Click here to donate to the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries.
  2. Cleveland Foundation:
    Planned giving is an option that can be arranged by the Cleveland Foundation support staff.
    Call Michelle at (216) 615-7145 or visit the Cleveland Foundation’s website and write “Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries” in the search box.
  3. Mail a check to:
    FFHL, Lee Road Branch
    2345 Lee Road
    Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118

The Board of Directors of the Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries

2019 FFHL Annual Report
2019 FFHL Annual Report
  • Jaclyn Nachman, President
  • Renee Lewin, Treasurer
  • Chase Klingenstein, Secretary
  • Peter K. Anagnostos
  • Abby Botnick
  • Sydney Benson
  • Ray Gonzalez, ACSW, LISW
  • Rachel Hoskins
  • Hugh Weinberg
  • Karey Werner
  • Nancy Levin, Director Heights Libraries

We welcome your interest in joining this Board.

Please contact Nancy Levin at nlevin@heightslibrary.org or (216) 932-3600 ext. 1240