February 27, 2024
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has published another installment in its Systems Change Journey blog series. This installment examines the foundation’s journey to uplift diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging through the perspectives of board member and Mission and Values Committee Chair Dr. Tracy Bailey, and Sisters of Charity Foundation Director of Culture and Values Ericka Wooten.
February 16, 2024
The Sisters of Charity Health System announced that president and CEO Janice G. Murphy, MSN, FACHE, has decided to retire in 2024 after six years of dedicated service. She will step down once her successor has been appointed. Murphy first joined the Health System in 2018 as senior vice president of mission and ministry. In 2019, she became president & CEO of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, leading it through the COVID-19 pandemic. She then took on her current role overseeing the entire Health System in 2021.
February 9, 2024
Cuyahoga County and community partners - including the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland - announced January 29 a new plan to work toward ending homelessness for youth and young adults. The plan, funded by a $3.9 million renewable grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, will provide immediate relief and work to address root causes of homelessness.
January 29, 2024
Light of Hearts Villa received zero deficiencies during its annual state survey in December from the Ohio Department of Health, which is an accomplishment that is difficult to attain in the highly regulated world of assisted living. A deficiency-free or zero-deficiency survey means that the community was operating in total compliance with state regulations regarding the care to residents, services provided and overall environment. Each year, all assisted living communities in Ohio are surveyed to ensure they are providing a safe environment for all residents.
January 23, 2024
With funding from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton and the Stark Community Foundation, Refuge of Hope Ministries recently opened an eight-bed temporary emergency shelter in Canton to give women experiencing homelessness a warm place to stay. The emergency shelter fills a need during winter months as the current waitlist is 2-3 weeks for women seeking shelter in Stark County.
January 11, 2024
Joseph & Mary's Home hosted its annual Perseverance in Hope Benefit Luncheon in Cleveland in the fall, setting a new record by raising $113,500 to support healing and assistance with permanent housing. Secretary Marcia L. Fudge, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, served as the keynote speaker at the luncheon. A recap of the luncheon appears in the most recent issue of The Journey, the biannual newsletter of Joseph & Mary’s Home.
January 5, 2024
The recent issue of From the Heart, the biannual newsletter of Regina Health Center, features a cover article about a 30th anniversary dinner gala that celebrated the history and accomplishments of Regina Health Center while helping raise more than $220,000 for capital project needs. The newsletter also has a recap of the annual Holy-In-One Golf Outing, an article about how the ministry's transportation department keeps things moving, a donor roll, news and event updates, and more.
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