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Grantmakers in Health publishes program officer’s perspective of philanthropy

Grantmakers In Health recently published a “Views from the Field” perspective of philanthropy from Erica Chambers, program officer for health at SOCF. In the article, Understanding Community Engagement: An Outsider-Turned-Insider’s Perspective of Philanthropy, Chambers discusses lessons learned as a community organizer over…
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FreshLo Project Uses Food, Art & Culture to Restore Communities

At the community level, health, arts, food and environment are closely connected. It’s difficult to improve one without including the others. That’s been a driving force behind funding for many food-oriented initiatives around Cleveland because these areas can yield multiple…
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SOCF Spotlight: Taking Action to Improve Health

The health care delivered in the heart of Cleveland by the Sisters of Charity may be found inside St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, but the Sisters of Charity Foundation’s mission to encourage healthy living extends into the surrounding Central neighborhood….
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SOCF Board Member, Judge Michael J. Ryan, Featured on NPR

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland Board of Directors member Judge Michael John Ryan, a judge in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Division in Ohio, was recently featured by NPR and Story Corp. He talks about his upbringing as well as his…
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$300K in grants to reduce infant mortality

The following news story was published by Crain’s Cleveland Business: Sisters of Charity Foundation awards $300,000 in grants to reduce infant mortality By LYDIA COUTRÉ, Crain’s Cleveland Business, November 25, 2015 The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has committed $300,000…
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