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There was an urgent need for health care for the poor when four women from France heeded a call by the bishop of Cleveland to come to the city’s aid. The year was 1851, disease was spreading through poor communities,…
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In 2010, Cleveland’s Central neighborhood was one of Cuyahoga County’s most challenged. The average annual income of residents was less than $10,000, the infant mortality rate was twice the national average and all three of Central’s K-8 schools received failing…
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The legacy and important work of the Sisters of Charity Foundation are what drew both Felton Thomas Jr. and Tari Rivera to get involved in its mission. For Thomas, executive director and CEO of the Cleveland Public Library, it was…
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For the Sisters of Charity Foundation, ending homelessness in Cuyahoga County is a team effort. To that end, the foundation considers its grantees equal partners. “We’re serving as a sounding board and offering ideas and suggestions, and constantly thinking about…
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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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