About Greater Generations

Our purpose remains to create a successful transition into adulthood for all.

Revitalizing community and developing youth.

Greater Generations is a 501c3 exempt non-profit organization located in Toledo, Ohio and serves surrounding areas. Our purpose is to support and encourage the development of local minority youth in efforts to reduce Disproportionate Minority Contact. Greater Generations builds communication, respect, and trust within the community in an effort to reduce recidivism and increase community revitalization.

Our journey began in 2016 and has since collected hundreds of bags of litter, provided work experiences for almost 100 youth and young adults, and created countless safe activities and events for families. To date, the organization holds active local contracts and recurring funding from multiple entities.

A community’s youth is its future because today’s children grow to be tomorrow’s leaders. So Greater Generation’s youth development programs aim to lower criminal influence on youth and their families. It supports at-risk youth and encourages their success.

Working to value community and build trust.

Certainly, the support of community partners, institutions, and advocates is extremely important for youth and community development. Additionally, open communication builds trust. Greater Generations teaches community values. As a result, these values build an internal support system unique to this organization. As a result, a shared appreciation and respect for community ensures growth.

Providing opportunity and overcoming obstacles.

Today’s youth obviously face obstacles that differ from the past. Therefore, programs like the Youth Housing Program and Teen Transportation Program were created. These programs are designed to help teenagers cope with new responsibilities. By providing a means to meet these demands, we encourage teens to reach their potential.

Servicing community and providing jobs.

Similarly, a community’s pride starts with individuals. Subsequently, working within neighborhoods and servicing community is integral to building self respect. The Outdoor Maintenance Program gives young teens a chance to earn money by servicing their neighborhoods. This will build recognition and encourage proud communities.


Ebony Robinson

Executive Director

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(419) 270-5481

Board Members

Joi Knowles

University of Toledo Accounts Clerk

Nicholas Goedde, JD

Attorney with Dooley, Gembala, McLaughlin, Pecora

Chandler Fitzgerald

Savage and Associates

Mariah Jackson

Owens Community College Student

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Donations of any kind are accepted and graciously appreciated. By supporting our organization, we can support our community.

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