North Coast Community Homes is Northeast Ohio's leading provider of homes for people who have disabilities.
Since 1984, we have developed and managed more than 200 homes in 6 counties for 1,000 men and women.
NCCH works with county boards of DD and mental health, and with families to find and develop customized,
accessible homes for people with developmental and other disabilities and for those living with severe mental
illness. We're a not for profit organization which relies on generous donors and volunteers like you for support!
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Akron RubberDucks Game
Monday, July 18, 2016
21st Annual Golf Classic
Sunday, August 21, 2016
Sunday, August 28, 2016
Ride for the Record
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Big Crowd Supports Local Charity's World Record Attempt
A large and enthusiastic crowd gathered Sunday, August 28th, to support a Guinness World Record attempt for the benefit of a leading Northeast Ohio charity. North Coast Community Homes, which since 1984 has developed more than 200 homes for 1,000 men and women who have disabilities, staged Ride for the Record in the parking lot of the Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park.
While the new Guinness World Record for most motorcycles started simultaneously was not achieved, members of the riding community helped raise more than $70,000 during the six hour event which included live performances by The Spazmatics, stunt riders and motorcycle displays, beer and food vendors, raffles, prizes, and giveaways.
“Although the world record was not broken, we consider Ride for the Record a success in every way,” said Suzanne Seifert, President & CEO of North Coast Community Homes. “So many more people are now aware of the vital services we provide to the most vulnerable people in our Northeast Ohio community, and we are deeply grateful for their participation and support.”
Seifert and NCCH Life Trustee Ian Abrams accepted a $22,000 check from Quaker Steak & Lube, Presenting Sponsor of the unique event. They also thanked the Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park, other generous sponsors, and the many volunteers who contributed their time to make Ride for the Record a success. Plans for another attempt at the world record of 1,446 motorcycles in 2017 are already underway.
Those who were not able to attend this year’s event can still support the mission of North Coast Community Homes, which has developed and maintains homes for people with disabilities in more than 60 cities in six Northeast Ohio counties, by visiting ncch.org/donate.
Quaker Steak & Lube® Presents Ride for the Record
Quaker Steak & Lube® is proudly presenting The Ride for the Record Bike event on Sunday, August 28th to benefit North Coast Community Homes, an organization local to Northeast Ohio, building homes for people with disabilities.
Ride for the Record will take place in the parking lot at the Hard Rock Rocksino, Northfield Park, where thousands of motorcyclists will join together to attempt a new Guinness World Records® for most motorcycles started simultaneously. The current record is 1,446 motorcycles, set in 2014 in the Philippines.
The event kicks off at 11am and ends at 5pm with the record breaking attempt at 2:30pm. Ride for the Record will feature all day fun and activities including live entertainment from the Spazmatics and stunt bike performances, motorcycle displays, food vendors, raffles, giveaways and prizes.
Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased through www.Ride4Record.org or at the gate. Walk-ins and non-riders are welcome to attend this exciting event. All proceeds will benefit North Coast Community Homes which since 1984 has developed more than 200 customized homes in over 60 Northeast Ohio cities for 1,000 men and women who have developmental disabilities, severe mental illness, and other disabilities. For more information and donation opportunities visit ncch.org/donate.
New President & CEO Appointed
The Board of Directors of North Coast Community Homes has named Suzanne Seifert, PhD, as President and Chief Executive Officer. Seifert succeeds the recently retired Steve McPeake, who led the organization since shortly after its founding in 1984.
“I feel privileged to be the next CEO for North Coast Community Homes,” said Seifert. “It is an organization deeply respected in the community for living its mission of providing high quality housing for individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness, and other disabilities. I look forward to supporting that mission wholeheartedly and building on NCCH's robust foundation in collaborative ways. To that end, I also look forward to reaching out to the community and hearing thoughts and ideas about working together in more ways.”
Seifert, who comes to NCCH with broad experience in non-profit management, will officially begin on July 11. Her appointment comes after a comprehensive nationwide search. NCCH Board Chair, Frederick L. Hunt, Jr., stated, “Suzanne brings a wealth of leadership experience to North Coast Community Homes. We are very excited about her vision for the future of NCCH and the important mission that we serve.”
The newly appointed President and CEO has held executive positions with Volunteers of America Greater Ohio, Cleveland Reads, the Greater Cleveland Chapter of the American Red Cross, KeyCorp, and TRW. Seifert earned both her Master’s and Doctoral degrees at Case Western Reserve University.
North Coast Community Homes is Ohio’s premier developer and manager of homes for people who have developmental disabilities, mental illness, and other disabilities, with some 230 properties serving 1,000 residents in six Northeast Ohio counties.
2016 NCCH RubberDucks Outing
It was an unforgettable and completely enjoyable evening on Saturday, June 18, for more than 170 mental health consumers and other guests in Summit County, as they were treated by North Coast Community Homes to a night out at Canal Park on Main Street in downtown Akron.Organized by NCCH, and supported by foundations and individuals, the event brought residents from nearly all of NCCH’s 21 homes throughout Summit County, as well as men and women from Reymann House, The Commons at Madeline Park, Tarry House, NAMI, Community Support Services, and other agencies.
The evening began with chartered buses picking up the guests from their homes and apartments, and dropping them off at the door of the Duck Club, the private luxury loge at Canal Park. There they were treated to dinner, soft drinks, a great game between the Akron Rubber Ducks and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, spectacular fireworks after the Akron victory, and a bus ride right back to their homes! Our mental health residents tell us it’s an evening they look forward to all year, one that helps them get out into the community and become more a part of it, and we here at North Coast Community Homes are happy to meet their expectations. Go Rubber Ducks!
Thank You 2016 Golf Sponsors
A special thanks to the following organizations/individuals for sponsoring our 21st Annual Golf Classic:
Akhia Public Relations
Erie Title Agency
F.C. Borisuk General Contractors
Fairport Asset Management
First Merit Bank, N.A.
O'Brien Law Firm
One View Communications
Joan & Rick Rivitz
Ciuni & Panichi
Rich Heating & Cooling
Bauer's Organic Lawn Care
GPS Fire Equipment
YPS Integrated Systems
Barberton Tree Service
Snow Brothers Appliance
Spangenberg, Shibley, & Liber
Tom Schaefer Plumbing
Western Reserve Advisors
Ted Stone Painting
Ajax Commercial Cleaning
Silco Fire Protection
Three V Cement
*There is still time to sign-on as a sponsor and/or to register to participate in the tournament. Click here to register!
Ride for the Record
Be a part of this amazing opportunity for a great cause in attempt to break the world record of the most motorcycles simultaneously starting at Hard Rock Rocksino in Northfield Park! For more details or to purchase tickets, please click here.
The Finleys' Kilimanjaro Climb
Board Chair Pat Finley and his 79 year-old father Tom climbed the tallest freestanding mountain in the world in June 2014! They selected NCCH as their charity of choice. Learn about their journey and support their climb here.
Actual photo of the Finleys at the summit. L-R Their guide, Elias, Tom Sr. and Pat. More photos here.
Video of trekking team congratulations.
Video of Tom Sr. thanking trekking team.
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