March 16, 2017

Cleveland Magazine Features 100-Day Challenge to End Youth Homelessness

As one of three communities selected nationally for the 100-Day Challenge to end youth homelessness, Cleveland’s team exceeded its ambitious goal by housing 105 homeless young adults in Cuyahoga County in 100 days. Cleveland Magazine recently published commentary and an extensive feature on the experiences of four young adults housed through the course of the 100-Day Challenge. [More]
March 15, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland work to end homelessness profiled in Smart Business Cleveland

Smart Business Cleveland magazine recently interviewed Susanna Krey, president of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, about the foundation’s work to end homelessness by addressing education and health disparities as two key components. In the article, Krey discusses how the focus isn’t on just giving people who are homeless a place to live, but providing the tools they need to become productive members of society. [More]
March 14, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton spearheads program to reduce suicide rate

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton is spearheading a program to help reduce the suicide rate in Stark County, Ohio. It is one of five foundations to supply funding for a grant to raise public awareness and reduce the prejudices surrounding suicide, all with the hope of bringing down the suicide rate over the next three years. [More]
March 7, 2017

Report highlights results, learnings and next steps for 100-Day Challenge to end youth homelessness

A Way Home America recently released a brief report highlighting the results, learnings and next steps from the 100-Day Challenge to prevent and end youth homelessness in three communities. The Cleveland team successfully met the challenge by housing 105 homeless young adults and a total of 428 young adults moved in to housing in Austin, Cleveland and Los Angeles. [More]
March 6, 2017

NPR interviews Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland board member

Judge Michael John Ryan, who is a Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland board member, was recently featured on NPR’s Morning Edition as part of the StoryCorps program. StoryCorps is a national nonprofit that gives people the chance to interview friends and loved ones about their lives. Judge Ryan spoke about how his childhood inspired him to be a better father. [More]
February 22, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland celebrating Catholic sisters in Northeast Ohio

National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW) runs from March 8-14 and the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is helping celebrate through involvement with “A Sister to All” event March 12 from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. at Mount Augustine at 5232 Broadview Road in Richfield, Ohio. The intergenerational event is open the public and is around the topic “Race & Grace – Let’s Talk About It.” [More]
February 21, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina continues to support HALOS kinship care program

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, in partnership with The Duke Endowment, enters into a second year of funding to continue supporting Helping and Lending Outreach Support (HALOS) in its work to improve outcomes for children in the foundation’s Kinship Care program. [More]
February 17, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland president featured in Philanthropy Ohio publication

Philanthropy Ohio interviewed Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland President Susanna Krey and a few other nonprofit leaders in Ohio about funders serving as conveners in its “Philanthropy Review” winter 2016 publication. [More]
February 16, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina president co-chairs annual nonprofit summit

The 2017 Nonprofit Summit is being held March 6-8 in Columbia, South Carolina, to provide continuing education and leadership training to nonprofit organizations. Tom Keith, president of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, is serving as the summit’s co-chair. He was recently interviewed by South Carolina Public Radio about the summit. [More]
February 7, 2017

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina Kinship Care Initiative profiled in Catholic Health World

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina launched the Kinship Care Initiative in 2014 to help improve kinship families’ well-being, resources and services (kinship families are grandparents, extended family members or close family friends who care for a relative’s child). The initiative was recently profiled in “Catholic Health World.” [More]

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