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Where others see impossible, we see God’s people.

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland works to improve the lives of those most in need with special attention to families, women and children living in poverty.

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Innovation Mission highlighted in Plain Dealer

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Ending Homelessness: The Keys to Success

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Promise Neighborhood educates teachers on effects of trauma

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Collaborative Spirit Lives on at Neighborhood Ministry

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Grantmakers in Health publishes program officer’s perspective of philanthropy

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FreshLo Project Uses Food, Art & Culture to Restore Communities

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SOCF Spotlight: Taking Action to Improve Health

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SOCF Board Member, Judge Michael J. Ryan, Featured on NPR

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$1.3M in grants for women, children in poverty

$300,000 to address infant mortality

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Report highlights results, learnings and next steps for 100-Day Challenge to end youth homelessness

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White House blog covers Pay for Success

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Blocks and Bridges Supports Sister-Led Initiatives

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WVIZ: Long-Term Homelessness Dwindles Down in Cuyahoga County

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Housing First roundtable at MOCA speaks to collaboration, art connection

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Statewide Plan to Prioritize Healthy Food Access in Ohio

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Crain’s Cleveland highlights work of Housing First

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Voices of Leadership: A Conversation with Felton Thomas Jr. and Tari Rivera

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Corita Kent art discussion at MOCA Cleveland

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Turn Big Ideas Into Solutions to Break the Cycle of Poverty in Cleveland

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Sister Stories Profile: Sr. Donna Capuano, OSU

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Plain Dealer features Cleveland police ‘reverse ride along’

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Human Trafficking Awareness Program takes place in Cleveland

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SOCF hosts local event for National Catholic Sisters Week

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