July 18, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland highlights Collaboration for Ministry Initiative happenings in new newsletter

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland recently published a new issue of its Collaboration for Ministry Initiative (CMI) newsletter, which was redesigned and renamed Called by Faith. The newsletter shares updates about the work of CMI, which promotes collaboration of sisters of different orders and their joint ministries. [More]
June 25, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland hosts youth homelessness forum

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland recently hosted a forum in Cleveland about the connection between aging out of foster care and youth homelessness. The forum, “Assuring Stable Homes,” focused on how best to prevent homelessness of children who age out of foster care. [More]
June 18, 2014

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood adds new staff

The Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood continues to build capacity with the addition of three new staff members through funding from the state of Ohio. The new staff is focused on three strategic areas: student access, neighborhood engagement and resident leadership. [More]
June 12, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland sponsors children’s activities in national park

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is sponsoring Get Up, Get Out and Go! This summer campaign offers free outdoor recreational activities and music for children ages 11 to 14 and their families. The programs will take place in locations along the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP). [More]
June 9, 2014

Central Neighborhood Clinic in Cleveland receives $1 million grant

The Center for Health Affairs Foundation for Health Excellence will award $1 million in grant funding to support the capital and operating needs of Care Alliance’s Central Neighborhood Clinic in Cleveland. The grant was made possible through the support of the center’s member hospitals and health systems, which include the Sisters of Charity Health System. [More]
June 2, 2014

Earned Income Tax Credit boosts Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood

The people living within the boundaries of the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood are $5.7 million more prosperous because of the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), which helped an estimated 1,900 low-wage working families and individuals in the community make ends meet, according to a new report made possible by the support of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland. [More]
May 7, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland supports new health center in Central

With the support of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, Cleveland’s Central neighborhood will have a new health center opening in May 2015 to meet the needs of residents who live in public housing. [More]
April 30, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland awards $550,000 in grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland awarded more than $550,000 in grants for the first quarter, continuing its support of homeless housing initiatives as well as supporting the new collaboration of organizations working to end youth homelessness in the community. [More]
April 22, 2014

Sisters of Charity Health System sponsors City Club forum on education transformation

The Sisters of Charity Health System supported a recent forum about education transformation at The City Club of Cleveland with Professor David Kirp from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkley. Susanna Krey, senior vice president for foundations, outreach ministries and external affairs for the health system, introduced Kirp to the audience. [More]
March 20, 2014

CMSD, Promise Neighborhood and others partner to increase preschool enrollment

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District announced plans at a March 11 press conference at Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood school Marion-Sterling Elementary to increase investments in early learning. The plan, known as PreK4CLE, has a goal to place 2,000 more 4-year-olds into quality preschool in Cleveland within the next two years, up from 1,200 today. [More]

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