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Farewell Event for Retiring President & CEO
Steve McPeake
The Northeast Ohio community will gather on Thursday, December 3 to honor Steve McPeake, the retiring President and CEO of North Coast Community Homes. McPeake’s Keynote Address will highlight this 2015 Annual Meeting, to be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland’s University Circle area.

As the first and only President and CEO of the non-profit organization, McPeake spent more than 30 years guiding NCCH to its current position of being an indispensible part of the Northeast Ohio community, providing homes to people who have developmental disabilities, mental illness, and other disabilities.

Patrick T. Finley, Chairman of the Board of NCCH, called McPeake “one of the most compassionate and altruistic leaders I have ever had the pleasure of working with,” as he invited the corporate, philanthropic, and disability community to join him at the Annual Meeting on December 3 to honor the outgoing chief executive.

McPeake’s Keynote Address will encompass his 40 years as a leader in the local disability movement and his vision for the future. Click here for more information about the event and to make reservations.


President & CEO Retiring
After 30 years of expert leadership, extraordinary insight and compassion for our vulnerable population, NCCH President and CEO, Stephen McPeake is retiring. The search is currently underway for his successor. More about the search and the position can be found here.

Many thanks to CareSource for supporting NCCH's house sprinkler program. Your $7000 grant is deeply appreciated by those in the home that will receive a sprinkler system for their safety.


The Bafna family recognized their mother and father by dedicating an NCCH home in Solon to their parents. Suresh and Dinesh Bafna have been unwavering in their generous support of the NCCH mission. Thank You!Bafna Family

Jeremy Saham and Brooks Rutledge ~ two NCCH YP Board members ~ joined Karen Williams, Director of Volunteer Involvement, at the NCCH table for the Engage! Cleveland YP Employment & Civic Engagement Fair held at the Parma-Snow Library. What fun to meet, greet and talk with so many Young Professionals seeking job and volunteer opportunities.
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NCCH is now maintaining 35 units in Ottawa County.
NCCH's Young Professionals met with our new Director of Volunteer Involvement, Karen Williams. All are enthusiastic about reaching out to others in their age group and participating in fun events to raise awareness about the good work NCCH does for its vulnerable population.

YP Meeting

Special Features

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 SummitActual 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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