CLEVELAND — To celebrate the organization's first anniversary, Walls of Love assembled 25 different walls on Saturday across Ohio and Michigan.
Holly Jackson, the founder of Walls of Love, used to be homeless, but now she spends her time easing the burden of homelessness for others. She assembles bags full of hygiene items, school supplies, and clothing and attaches them to walls across the area for people to take what they need.
Jackson started Walls of Love in 2018 in Cleveland. In the single year Jackson's organization has been around, it has put up 228 walls and has helped more than 30,000 people.
On Saturday, Walls of Love put up walls in 24 locations in Northeast Ohio and one location in Michigan.
Here are the locations of the 25 walls:
- St Malachi Parish- West 25th Street in Cleveland
- Lorain Police Department in Lorain
- 2nd Street in Elyria
- Fowl Road and West Ridge Road in Elyria
- East 40th Street and Superior Avenue in Cleveland
- East 30th Street and St. Clair Avenue in Cleveland
- Oberlin Avenue and Meister Avenue in Lorain
- East 21st Strett and Payne Avenue in Cleveland
- Broadview Road and Oak Park Avenue in Cleveland
- Brown Middle School in Ravenna
- Lee Harvard Shopping Center in Cleveland
- East 111th Street and Kinsman Road in Cleveland
- East 93rd and Kinsman at the Police Station in Cleveland
- E. 55th Rapid Station in Cleveland
- W. 117th Rapid Station in Lakewood
- Cudell Rapid Station in Cleveland
- Gabe's Restaurant in Old Brooklyn
- CVS Pearl /Memphis in Old Brooklyn
- East 71st Street and Harvard Avenue in Cleveland
- Fulton-Denison Bridge in Cleveland
- Kappa House 1 and 2 in Shaker Heights
- Woodhill Rapid Station in Shaker Heights
- Pilgrim Congregational Church in Tremont
- East 105th Street and Cedar Avenue in Cleveland
- Triple Goddess Bookstore in Lansing, Michigan
To learn more about Jackson's organization or to donate, click here.