June 11, 2015

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood welcomes new leader

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has hired Lowell Perry Jr. as the new director of the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood. Modeled after the renowned Harlem’s Children’s Zone, the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood works to transform the educational and developmental outcomes of Central Neighborhood’s children, closing gaps in achievement and creating cradle-to-career supports for all youth. [More]
April 6, 2015

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland awards $300,000 in first-quarter grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland awarded seven grants totaling $300,000 in the first quarter to nonprofit organizations working to end youth, adult and family homelessness and to support women religious activities to celebrate The Year of Consecrated Life as announced by Pope Francis, as well as other local community efforts. [More]
December 5, 2014

White House blog covers Pay for Success program announced for Cuyahoga County

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland recently joined many partners in unveiling the nation’s first county-level Pay for Success program. As part of the announcement, Jonathan Greenblatt, who is special assistant to President Obama and director of the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, authored this article explaining the Pay for Success model. [More]
December 4, 2014

Nation’s first county-level Pay for Success program aims to reconnect foster children with caregivers in stable, affordable housing

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland joined many partners on December 4 in announcing the nation’s first county-level Pay for Success program. Announced during a conference in Chicago hosted by the White House’s Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, the program – known as the Partnering for Family Success Program—aims to reconnect foster children in Cuyahoga County with caregivers in stable, affordable housing. This innovative program will deliver intensive 12-15 month treatment to 135 families over five years to reduce the length of stay in out-of-home foster care placement for children whose families are homeless. [More]
November 20, 2014

Exhibit installed in Richfield celebrates historical contributions of Catholic sisters in Northeast Ohio

In a fitting tribute to the stories of Catholic sisters from all communities that have ministered in Northeast Ohio, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has permanently installed Progress & Promise: Sisters Serving Northeast Ohio at Regina Health Center in Richfield, Ohio. [More]
November 13, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland awards $300,000 in third-quarter grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland recently awarded more than $300,000 in third-quarter grants to Cuyahoga County nonprofits in several focus areas, including to build healthy communities, end homelessness and sustain religious women. [More]
October 31, 2014

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood partners team up to welcome new teachers

More than 150 new teachers and staff from schools in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood joined with a number of Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood partners prior to the start of the school year for a day of community building and introductions to the assets and challenges associated with the neighborhood. [More]
August 19, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland to host Corita Kent art discussion at Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland

In conjunction with the Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Cleveland, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is hosting a program and discussion about the art of Corita Kent at the museum Friday, August 29 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. [More]
August 8, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland’s health program director named to Crain’s Forty Under 40 list

Teleange Thomas, health program director for the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, was recently named to the Crain’s Forty Under 40 list for her professional success and civic contributions. [More]
July 21, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland’s health program director recognized as one of 30 “Cleveland People” by Scene Magazine

Cleveland’s Scene Magazine recently ran a special “Cleveland People” issue, celebrating people who are working to make Cleveland better. Teleange Thomas, health program director for the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, was one of the 30 people recognized. [More]

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