May 21, 2019

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood presents high school seniors with scholarships

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood recently celebrated the graduating seniors at East Tech High School who live within the neighborhood, presenting each of them with scholarships to help start their post-secondary education and careers. A large percentage of the graduating seniors at East Tech are residents of the Promise neighborhood, and had spent the previous several months building relationships with the Promise team. [More]
May 3, 2019

Online giving event May 7 to benefit Healthy Learners and other South Carolina nonprofits

The Central Carolina Community Foundation is presenting its sixth annual regional day of giving in the Midlands of South Carolina Tuesday, May 7 with its daylong giving challenge known as Midlands Gives. Healthy Learners, a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, is participating. [More]
April 29, 2019

Fatherhood program helps father obtain visitation rights and build relationship with his children

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families supports six fatherhood programs in 12 communities across the state to strengthen families through fatherhood engagement. Tramaine Johnson first came to one of these programs, Father to Father, in need of help obtaining visitation rights. He successfully completed the program and gained those rights so he could be a part of his children's lives. [More]
April 26, 2019

Catholic Diocese of Cleveland profiles Joseph's Home ministry following Bishop Perez visit

Bishop Nelson Perez recently visited Joseph's Home to meet with staff, residents and alumni to learn more about its healing ministry for medically fragile homeless men and to prepare for his keynote speech at the Perseverance in Hope fundraising luncheon on June 19. [More]
April 4, 2019

Joseph's Home resident featured in Catholic Health Association Medicaid makes it possible campaign

Medicaid makes it possible for Americans to get access to health care in times of need—and the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) is committed to ensuring the Medicaid program remains a viable, efficient and effective program. To help do so, the CHA is running a “Medicaid makes it possible” campaign to highlight the stories of the working families, children and the elderly who turn to Medicaid to care for themselves or loved ones. Randall, a Joseph's Home resident, is one of the campaign’s most recent featured stories. [More]
March 19, 2019

Early Childhood Resource Center releases spring 2019 training calendar

The Early Childhood Resource Center (ECRC) has released its spring 2018 training calendar, which details all the upcoming professional development programs the ECRC has planned for the next three months. Activities include professional development opportunities for educators and care providers, with many classes offered at no charge. [More]
March 8, 2019

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families releases 2018 impact report

In 2018, more than 3,200 participants enrolled in South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families fatherhood programs designed to help them be responsible dads. These same programs positively impacted the lives of 7,374 children in South Carolina. The center released these numbers and other outcomes in a recent press conference at the South Carolina State House. [More]
February 25, 2019

Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood provides trauma training for educators

The Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood is supporting an effort to provide trauma training to educators in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood. Trauma training focuses on increasing knowledge and skills for educators to maintain a resilient classroom, which offers the time and space for those affected by trauma to heal and develop new ways to respond to negative thoughts and feelings. [More]
February 15, 2019

Fatherhood program helps father of 3 get job training and reconnect with his children

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families supports six fatherhood programs in 12 communities across the state to strengthen families through fatherhood engagement. A father of three, Ron Pyett enrolled at one of those programs, Man 2 Man, and now has a new career, financial stability and a better relationship with his children. [More]
February 4, 2019

Early Childhood Resource Center part of $618,000 GAR Foundation initiative to advance quality in Akron preschools

The GAR Foundation recently announced the launch of a new $618,000 initiative designed to advance early childhood learning in Akron’s neighborhoods with the greatest needs. The initiative is a collaboration between GAR Foundation, the Early Childhood Resource Center, Summit Education Initiative and Kent State University’s Center for Public Policy and Health. [More]

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