This month’s Community Partners of the month are Mike and Gina Trebilcock who are truly devoted to all the Greater Cleveland Community. I reached out to the Cleveland Police Foundation’s Board Chair, Dick Clough to comment about these two special individuals and he stated, “Mike and Gina Trebilcock are community activists supporting youngsters across Greater Cleveland with physical fitness opportunities through sailing and rowing instruction. The Trebilcock Family invested and built The Foundry, a magnificent rowing, sailing and fitness facility on Columbus Road on the Cuyahoga River.
“Mike Trebilcock also founded the computer services firm McPC and engaged with helping underserved inner city youth with computer literacy. McPC has assisted thousands of kids, and adults, with the skills and know how to navigate the online world effectively.
“Last year at my request, Mr. Trebilcock arranged through McPC the donation of twelve new laptops to support youth programming in connection with the NOBLE (National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives) National Convention which convened in Cleveland. The Cleveland Police Foundation is grateful for the support of the Trebilcock Family, McPC, and the Foundry for hosting our board meetings.”
It is because of their endless support that the Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to name Mike and Gina Trebilcock our Community Partners of the Month for February 2024
~ Bob Guttu, Cleveland Police Foundation
Nominated by CPF Board Chair Dick Clough