College Now is so grateful to the David and Inez Myers Foundation for its significant and longstanding commitment to our work.

Since its inception, the Foundation has focused its support on non-profit organizations whose work benefits the health and welfare of citizens in Greater Cleveland, as well as those serving the local, national, and international Jewish communities. 

The David and Inez Myers Foundation has been an important and very generous contributor to College Now since 1971. Born in Cleveland in 1900, David Myers worked his way through high school before earning a degree in accounting and joining a company, which he later owned and ran, that invented the process of making asphalt from petroleum. A leading philanthropist until his death in 1999, David Myers provided significant support to what is now known as Menorah Park, as well as to Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine and Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Likewise, his involvement extended to serving on the boards of many non-profit organizations including the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Mt. Sinai Hospital, and the Western Reserve Historical Society. 

College Now is most grateful to the David and Inez Myers Foundation for its deep commitment to postsecondary educational attainment and its recognition of College Now’s important role in assisting individuals across Northeast Ohio access and achieve their educational objectives. Thank you again!