The Cameron & Katie Miele Foundation supports national and local charitable organizations focused on families raising children suffering from life-threatening illnesses and developmental disorders, organizations supporting our military and their families and higher education. Some of the organizations we support include:
An Ohio-based charity that supports local families raising children suffering from life-threatening illnesses and developmental disorders.
The largest pediatric health care provider in northeast Ohio, operating two children’s hospitals and offering services at 78 locations.
A foundation which provides immediate and long-term support to the families of Naval Special Warfare personnel killed or injured in service to our country.
A Greek Orthodox church located in Akron, Ohio and part of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh.
An Akron, Ohio-based organization which provides free summer camping experiences and year-round support programs for children with cancer.
Founded in the wake of the death of former CIA officer Johnny Michael Spann, the foundation provides educational support and emergency financial assistance to the families of CIA officers who die while on active duty or who are severely wounded or disabled serving in a war zone.
Founded by the Brothers of the Holy Cross in 1946, Gilmour Academy is a private Catholic college-preparatory day and boarding school located in Gates Mills, Ohio.
A non-profit organization that provides support to families of US military personnel killed in the line of duty.
A charitable foundation founded by former Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell. The foundation restores, empowers and renews hope for wounded service members and their families through health, wellness and therapeutic support.
Since 1962, the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation has awarded more than 40,000 scholarships valued at more than $120 million to children of Marines and Navy Corpsmen.
A charitable foundation established to inspire patriotism by encouraging non-military individuals and families to share time, talents and finances to benefit local military families.
A foundation which provides college scholarships and counseling to the surviving children of Special Operations personnel killed in the line of duty.
Founded in honor of New York firefighter Stephen Siller, who perished in the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, the foundation directly supports military personnel, first responders and their families.
An annual fall festival in Hudson, Ohio which brings together dozens of restaurants, local merchants, companies and community groups. Proceeds from the event are distributed to more than a dozen Hudson area non-profit organizations.
A charitable foundation established to provide support for the children of US military personnel and first responders.
Founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia is a top public university located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
For over 75 years, the USO has endeavored to strengthen America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation.