Learn more about the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland and the work we are doing to bolster our community's efforts to break the cycle of poverty and live in true equity.
Philanthropy partners highlight SOCF's commitment to funding health initiatives
Ministry Leadership Program participant Susan Barnish reflects on her time in the program and mutual mentorship with a sister companion.
SOCF's responsive grantmaking program for basic needs will follow new schedule as of 2022.
An update on the grants awarded in the first quarter 2022.
Young people facing housing instability are often misunderstood.
We are dedicated to fostering a culture of transparency, hospitality and safety
Young people striving for housing stability are more than twice as likely to use drop-in centers than shelters.
Talking community trust and resilience with SOCF's program officer for health equity
A full list of all SOCF grants awarded in 2021
A message from Susanna Krey, president, and Angela D'Orazio, senior program officer, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
In the News: Cuyahoga County proposes $2.2 million in funding for affordable housing, including TAY
Promise among several organizations and activists calling on next mayor to address hunger & food access in opinion co-written by Ambassador Gwen Garth
Sister Carol Kandiko, CSA, reflects on this Lakewood space for spiritual discernment and opportunity.
In the News: Project leaders talk with WCPN about how information access leads to stronger civic engagement in marginalized communitites
Cleveland’s newsroom, slated for launch in 2022, will produce high-quality journalism on a daily basis that centers community voices and lets residents help set the agenda for newsgathering.