Community Outreach

Robert Muller

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is committed to Cleveland communities.

Community Events

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame seeks to build long-lasting relationships with Cleveland community organizations, be a place for open dialogue, and embrace the economic, racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of Cleveland through events on-site and throughout the city. Check out our calendar to see upcoming community events!

All events are FREE and open to the public, although additional admission fees may be necessary to tour the Rock Hall.

We are honored to have partnered with local, regional, and national organizations including:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland
Community Partnership for Arts & Culture
Design Lab Early College
Giving Life Foundation
Hungry for Music
iMedia from Collinwood Rec
Lake Erie Ink
Laurel Live
Levert Legacy Group
M.O.V.E.
Miracle Village 21st Century Program at the Cuyahoga Metroparks & Housing Authority
Open Doors Academy
Stop the Hate / Maltz Museum
Summer of Sisterhood & the West Side Community House
Summer on the Cuyahoga

Community Support

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is itself a non-profit organization, but we provide generous in-kind support to the hundreds of worthwhile organizations located throughout Northeast Ohio. In 2008, we donated more than $80,000 to support local events and charitable causes.

In 2015, the Rock Hall was one of just 25 nonprofits designated a member of the “Commission 50" by a Greater Cleveland Partnership program called the Commission on Economic Inclusion. This honor recognizes the organization's significant accomplishments regarding diversity and inclusion.

Education

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More than 3,000 at-risk toddlers have participated in our nationally acclaimed Toddler Rock program, a partnership with University Hospitals, the Beck Center for the Arts and Head Start.

Nearly 30,000 Northeast Ohio students and teachers participate in the Rockin' The Schools program each year. This program is free for Cleveland area students.