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.
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.
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
National radio program discusses challenge of "aging out" of foster care system.
Drop-In Centers are regarded as critical elements of a systemic approach to prevent and end youth homelessness, yet Cuyahoga County remains the only major urban area in Ohio without one.
"The Land" highlights the unique skills and caring approach of Kai Cotton at A Place 4 Me.
“Faith & Courage: The Pandemic Response Report” highlights the many ways the foundation contributed to community response and considers what lessons will inform the future.
Cuyahoga TAY supportive housing development set to open mid-2023
Core planning team, in partnership with young adults with lived expertise, chooses Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry to operate center for young people seeking housing stability.
Cleveland is the fourth city in the nation to enact such a right and the first to leverage a public-private partnership to do so.
A majority of funding in first and second quarters supported response efforts to basic needs support following COVID-19, as well as sustained focus on SOCF’s core strategic areas of homelessness and Catholic sister ministry.
Since the Foundation began our work to end homelessness, we have advocated for federal and state public policies that support efforts to end homelessness in our country.