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.
SOCF Cleveland and Sisters of Charity Health System support Central-Kinsman food justice work.
New center in Cleveland will house archival collections and share research and education for Catholic sister congregations.
Funding will help establish community safety framework in Central, ongoing Family Partners initiative
Through HUD’s Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP), the county's continuum of care will use this funding to address the unique needs of youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness in our community.
Adrienne Mundorf, SOCF Cleveland vice president for programs and strategy, recently accepted a new opportunity and will be leaving the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland.
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland board of directors recently approved the third installment of quarterly grants in 2022 totaling $383,734.29. Find details and more information about these awards.
In 2021, SOCF Cleveland worked to shift our knowledge, evaluation and learning practices to be in better service of equity.
Health Equity Program Officer Joseph Black is leading the conversation and building the model for community members to review grants, make presentations and weigh in on what truly matters in our neighborhoods.
Bringing a community-owned wireless service provider to Central.
How Central-Kinsman residents are combating food insecurity in their communities.
SOCF Cleveland is investing in building sister connections in a variety of ways, including through congregational collaboration and mission formation among lay young adults.
How community engagement in Central creates a network of trust to develop the St. Vincent Charity Health Campus.
How A Place 4 Me is changing the narrative for young people who strive for housing stability.