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A Place 4 Me’s “dream job” empowers youth to build trust

A Place 4 Me, the collective impact initiative that works to prevent and end youth homelessness in Cuyahoga County, recognizes the invaluable perspective of young people with lived experience of housing instability. Now, with support from United Way of Greater…
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SOCF supports launch of Lead Safe Cleveland coalition

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is one of several local philanthropic organizations providing initial support to Lead Safe Cleveland, a coalition organized to prevent lead poisoning in Cleveland. With more than two decades of focus on the social…
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Cleveland selected to support data tracking in youth homelessness

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland and its partners at A Place 4 Me, specifically Cuyahoga County Office of Homeless Services and FrontLine Service, are supporting a new pilot effort to track youth homelessness data across the United States. Launched…
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SOCF honored as Community Partner of the Year at Enterprise celebration

On September 6, Enterprise Community Partners held an event to celebrate 30 years in Ohio, and honored the Sisters of Charity Foundation as a Community Partner of the Year, following nearly 20 years of collaboration on the Housing First initiative….
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SOCF President: What is collective impact?

Below is a blog that originally appeared on ProjectHeard.com on the essential value of collaboration and collective impact at Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, particularly in the area of homelessness.  How do you tackle a complex problem? With all…
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