May 26, 2016

Another life transformed with the help of Joseph’s Home

Joseph’s Home empowers men who are experiencing homelessness and acute illness to heal in a nurturing, faith-based environment and achieve independence. Recent graduate Jamie is one of those men. His story was recently shared in the "Joseph’s Journey" newsletter. [More]
May 20, 2016

Mercy Medical Center anchors team that attracts grant money to Canton for health research

The city of Canton was selected to take part in the new Invest Health initiative, which is aimed at transforming how leaders from mid-size American cities work together to help low-income communities thrive, with specific attention to community features that drive health such as access to safe and affordable housing, places to play and exercise, and quality jobs. Mercy Medical Center is serving as the anchor agency for Canton. [More]
May 13, 2016

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland program officer writes for national organization about youth homelessness conference

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland Homelessness Program Officer Angela D’Orazio was part of a group of Foundations for Youth Success members who gathered in Minneapolis in April to learn about the work happening there to end youth homelessness. D’Orazio’s takeaways were published by Funders Together. [More]
May 12, 2016

Joseph’s Home benefit luncheon to help ill homeless men heal

Joseph’s Home will hold it signature fundraising event Thursday, June 23 at 11:30 a.m. at Windows on the River in Cleveland. The benefit luncheon—Perseverance in Hope—is being presented in partnership with the City Club of Cleveland. [More]
May 11, 2016

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Cleveland State University begin new collaboration sessions

As part of an initiative to bridge the gap between significant biomedical research being conducted at Cleveland State University (CSU) and the clinical expertise at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, 12 faculty scientists from the College of Engineering and College of Sciences and Healthcare Professions recently presented their research to a large audience of clinicians at the hospital. [More]
May 9, 2016

Promise engagement manager wins 2016 Vibrant City Award

Cleveland Neighborhood Progress recently honored Joe Black, engagement manager for the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood, as one of its nine 2016 Vibrant City Award winners. [More]
May 6, 2016

Light of Hearts Villa celebrates Earth Day 26 years in a row

Light of Hearts Villa has been celebrating Earth Day since it opened in 1990, planting trees and flowers, distributing seeds and being environmentally conscious year round over the past 26 years. Light of Hearts was featured in an Earth Day article that ran in the "National Catholic Reporter."
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May 5, 2016

Health system employee and her mom featured on United Way blog

Heather Stoll, vice president of external affairs for the Sisters of Charity Health System, and her mother, Kathleen Stoll, have been volunteering at the United Way of Greater Cleveland for many years. In a blog post on the United Way website, they reflected on the opportunity to volunteer together. [More]
May 3, 2016

Mercy Medical Center first in Stark County to use new stent to treat heart disease

Mercy Medical Center recently became the first hospital in Stark County to treat a patient with the newly approved SYNERGY™ Everolimus-Eluting Platinum Chromium Coronary Stent from Boston Scientific. Dilip Patel, M.D., an interventional cardiologist with Mercy Cardiovascular Institute (MCI), performed the procedure. [More]
April 26, 2016

Holy-In-One to raise funds for Regina Health Center June 13

Regina Health Center hits the tees and greens at Firestone Country Club in Akron Monday, June 13 for the 17th annual Holy-In-One Golf Outing. More than 200 golfers are expected for a day of golf, lunch, evening cocktail reception and dinner, prizes, and a live auction. [More]

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