For over 100 years, the corner of Coventry Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard in Cleveland Heights has served as a diverse educational and gathering spot for our community. Your donation will help support Coventry PEACE Campus in building on this tradition.


[T]he integration of the Library and the arts campus and the business district is unique, exciting and visionary. I think we need to all work really hard to morally and financially support the vision because . . . it’s really what Cleveland Heights is all about.

Suzanne DeGaetano

Owner, Mac’s Backs Books in Coventry Village

Help us establish Coventry PEACE Campus as the first arts and education center in Cleveland Heights, a city which is known as “Home to the Arts.” Please consider giving today by mailing a check or donating online.

Coventry PEACE, Inc. (CPC) is an independent, nonprofit, 501 (c)3 organization. Coventry PEACE, Inc. was founded by community residents in the 1990s to build and maintain the PEACE Playground, and in 2017 its mission was refocused to the Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus building in order to pursue the vision of an integrated campus where everyone can “create, show, learn and grow.” 

P.E.A.C.E. stands for People Enhancing A Community’s Environment. Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus is a self-sustaining arts, culture, and education non-profit cooperative. We support the missions and programming of our member organizations through coordinating and assisting with special events and projects, programming, volunteers, and networking. Through these efforts, we also help to connect community members with the organizations that we serve.

We are located in the heart of Coventry Village neighboring the historical business district, the playground and park, and the Coventry Village branch of Heights Library.

Thousands of people benefit annually from the programs and services that the Coventry tenants provide. Having them clustered in one building which is so close to the Library creates a vibrant extended campus that intensifies a sense of community.

Jennifer Wintner

Cleveland Heights resident

Mail a Donation.

Please make checks payable to Coventry PEACE, Inc. and mail to:

Coventry PEACE, Inc.
c/o Krista Hawthorne
2843 Washington Blvd.
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118


Your generosity is greatly appreciated and we extend to you our deepest gratitude.

The [Coventry Peace] Campus is on its way to becoming a jewel of Cleveland Heights . . .  I think that anchoring the Library and Coventry Village with a vibrant arts and community center has a profound positive effect on Cleveland Heights overall.

Catharine Butler

Cleveland Heights resident and artist

Our governments and institutions aren’t able to step up right now, so it is up to organizations with good hearts and vision to do what they can.

Brady Dindia

Secretary of Coventry PEACE, Inc.

The arts organizations act as a magnet for community involvement and they enhance our living experience and act to attract and retain residents in Cleveland Heights.

Richard Ferris

Cleveland Heights resident & Commercial Real Estate developer

For the past 55 years, from homes on Overlook and Edgehill and Berkshire Roads, we have circled the vibrant corner of Coventry Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard.  We have benefitted from shows at Ensemble Theatre, Shakespeare in the Park, and books introduced by authors.  Our three children attended the former elementary school and our grandchildren have enjoyed their easy first sledding hill and climbing the “castle” on the playground.  So we have supported the Coventry Peace Park and the organizations in the former elementary school now called the Coventry PEACE Campus with our time, “sweat equity”, and money. We invite you to do the same to help sustain this community arts and education center so we can all continue to enjoy the opportunities this special corner of Cleveland Heights offers!

Tom & Marilyn McLaughlin

Cleveland Heights residents