Khnemu Foundation is driven to provide healing, hope and economic opportunity to individuals, families and communities through education, training, mentoring and supporting new and healthy community connections.
The Miracle Mile Project is the strategic community development initiative of the Khnemu Foundation. More than 50 homes will be restored or rebuilt to ensure affordable, healthy housing is available to the residents. Three unique healthy food cafes, a technology center, and gathering space will anchor the community.
KL Community Homes (transitional living homes) provide stable and supportive housing environments for people while they navigate the challenges of life. Secure housing can reduce pressure and anxiety as people progress through the trauma and healing of re-entering society after incarceration, aging out of foster care, and moving away from disruptive experiences. The Khnemu Lighthouse Community Homes are a strategy that support the achievement of turning neighborhoods into communities. Both homes are scheduled to open by the Fall of 2022. Donations of home goods, furniture, gift cards, toiletries, and financial contributions are needed and appreciated. If you would like to help lift up and support a Lighthouse, please contact us at: TheKhnemuLighthouse@gmail.com
Opening Fall 2022
The North Boulevard Lighthouse is a community-based transitional home designed to support residents who need support while rebuilding their lives. Construction is made possible by generous funding from The Cleveland Foundation and Cuyahoga County Landbank.
Opening Fall 2022
The Kempton Lighthouse is a community-based transitional home designed to support residents who need support while rebuilding their lives. The Kempton Lighthouse was founded by Turning Neighborhoods Into Communities, Inc. (TNIC). TNIC partners with The Khnemu Foundation to provide personal and professional development for its residents. Kempton Lighthouse was supported by The United Black Fund and Bethany Baptist Church.