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Catholic Community Connection launches new website

Catholic Community Connection, which fosters collaboration among Catholic sponsored education, health care, human services and senior living ministries in the Diocese of Cleveland, launched its newly redesigned website today. The site offers a clean design, robust content and represents the new direction Catholic Community Connection has taken over the past year in an effort to further its collaborative work and fulfill its strategic goals.[More]

tags: Catholic Community Connection, Outreach

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina awards $129,500 to 10 Community Enrichment Grantees

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina recently awarded 10 Community Enrichment grants totaling $129,500, bringing the total amount of enrichment grants to $344,078.52 for the year. The grants process is designed to provide financial support to organizations whose services go beyond meeting basic needs and will help lift people out of poverty.[More]

tags: Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, Foundations

Light of Hearts Villa to host Fall Fest

Light of Hearts Villa is hosting its 26th annual Fall Fest fundraising event this Sunday, October 11, from noon to 5 p.m. where hundreds of supporters, residents and their families will come for dinner and more to raise funds for the Sister Helen Scasny, SC Benevolent Fund.[More]

tags: Light of Hearts Villa, health care

Mercy Development Foundation honors retired Diebold executive with St. Augustine Award for distinguished service

Mercy Medical Center’s Mercy Development Foundation awarded Robert W. Mahoney its highest honor, the St. Augustine Award for Distinguished Service, during its recent Founders Day Donor Recognition event. The award recognizes an individual whose leadership and vision has impacted and helped transform Mercy Medical Center.[More]

tags: Mercy Medical Center, health care

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families enables another fatherhood success story

Bruce Simmons was unemployed and had newborn twins to support, as well as children that did not live in his home. For help in finding a job and being an active part of his children’s lives, he turned to the Father to Father Project, which is part of a network of fatherhood programs reaching across South Carolina that is supported and coordinated by the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families.[More]

tags: South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families, Outreach