In what has become one of our most favorite traditions at EDWINS, members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights generously provided a luncheon celebration for our newest graduates.
If you weren’t able to catch Knife Skills at a film fest, you can now see the film at home!
Thank you and congratulations to the graduates, students and staff who made the phenomenal dinner at the James Beard House happen. Kris Edwards ’14, Michelle Mattox ’14, Adam Brown ’18, Calvin Gatheright ’18, Hendrick Wemberly ’18, Gerry Grim, Chris Terry, Jon Khanna and Brandon knocked it out of the park!
Thank you to Father Gary, Nancy, Patrick, Toni, Allison, Marcia, Susan M., Susan F. and all members of Our Lady of Peace of gave their time and treasure to provide such a beautiful celebration for our students this and every year!
Do your last-minute holiday shopping with EDWINS!
We have many faith partners who make our work possible, and today we want to thank Church of the Gesu in University Heights.
We were happy to welcome Ashley Amodeo to talk about her role as an R&D Technician at Dawn Foods in Jackson, Michigan.
You can join us as we travel to New York City and embark on a grand French adventure to the James Beard House!
The EDWINS Second Chance Life Skills Center is filled with the Christmas spirit thanks to very generous ‘elves’ from Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights!
Chillicothe Correctional Institution (CCI) had graduation for a class of gentlemen participating in the EDWINS Culinary Club.
For those who give our students at EDWINS so much, we are happy to give back!
We look forward to bringing you alumni accolades for Kevin, Isaac, Michael, Jose, Donovan and Antione!
There’s been no shortage of lights, cameras or action since the EDWINS documentary, Knife Skills, premiered.
Anniversaries, raises and new rides – join us in celebrating our grads!
All of us at EDWINS are truly thankful for Bank of America’s significant support and their investment in our students and the Buckeye community!
There most important thing for any inmate is hope, and all of those who work with EDWINS to carry out classes at Grafton Correctional Institution are truly changing lives.
EDWINS students, alum and staff got together for a pumpkin carving contest at the EDWINS Second Chance Life Skills Center! Plus, get a great pumpkin recipe!
Those of us in Northeast Ohio won’t have to wait long for a chance to view Knife Skills, as it’s slated to be part of the Chagrin Documentary Film Fest on October 4 and 5!
Our garden at Grafton Correctional Institution has us seeing green! Every week our Grafton Garden volunteer, Kellen McGee, hauls back the harvest, and the bins are brimming with zucchini.
Thanks to an incredible donation of 17 solar panels and an inverter, along with the racking system and expertise of Better Together Solar, EDWINS’ future just got a whole lot brighter.