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.
NEWS RELEASE: St. Vincent Charity Medical Center transitions from acute care to ambulatory care as part of adaptive reuse of the campus that will also bring new partners to meet community-identified needs through holistic care
Partners, community leaders, funders and young adults with lived expertise of homelessness broke ground today on a 50-unit apartment building that will provide supportive housing for young people ages 18-24 (transition-aged youth, or TAY) who are exiting homelessness.
Grants include investments in food justice, health policy and Catholic sister organizations.
The Good Samaritan Program responds to our community’s challenge of ensuring that its residents can meet their basic needs.
We focus on ending homelessness in Cuyahoga County by promoting systems change and organizational and partnership capacity.
We support Catholic sisters and their ministries in Northeast Ohio to meet the needs of God's most vulnerable people.
We aim to break the cycle of poverty, family by family, by advancing health, education, social capital, stability and economics
Since 1996, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has sought to increase the community’s ability to improve the lives of people living in poverty in the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine. We work with grantees to evaluate outcomes and share knowledge with the community. We cultivate advocacy efforts to effect systemic change. Through community-wide collaborations, we represent the unique needs of the people we serve.