In order to respond quickly to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in communities, this year's Good Samaritan Grants Program from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland opens today, April 1, more than a month earlier than in past years. The program will also have an expedited, rolling application process.
Organizations must be tax-exempt, non-profit organizations that primarily serve residents of Cuyahoga County. Priority is given to organizations with annual budgets under $1 million.
Questions? Contact Ursula Craig: email@example.com
The Good Samaritan Grants Program was the first initiative founded by the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland after it was established in 1996. Inspired by the parable of Jesus calling us to be good neighbors, the Good Samaritan program's particular purpose is to support non-profit organizations for which a modest grant would make a difference in continuing to provide necessary and immediate goods and services to individuals living in poverty. The program expresses the important value of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine of respecting the dignity of every individual.
About the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland strives to achieve its vision of an equitable community where opportunities for growth and quality of life are shared by all. In the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland increases the community's ability to improve the lives of people living in poverty.
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