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.
Intergenerational mentorship program centers spirituality and service
“Faith & Courage: The Pandemic Response Report” highlights the many ways the foundation contributed to community response and considers what lessons will inform the future.
In the December episode of Generative Spirits, we recognize and remember the 40th anniversary of the murder of four Churchwomen in El Salvador.
Generative Spirit Program Coordinator Rachel Drotar was highlighted in a recent Global Sisters Report story about Catholic sisters’ influence on young people in the areas of activism and social justice.
Conversations explore a wide range of topics, including racial justice, the call to lifelong service and how to cultivate community amid a pandemic that requires social distance and isolation.
The Sisters on the Frontlines initiative led by FADICA, GHR Foundation and others, inspired a second pilot program in Northeast Ohio, with $1,000 grants for more than 60 sisters in congregations across the Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown areas.
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has joined other funders across the country to support Catholic sisters in their response to the immediate needs of communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Sunday, March 8 is International Women’s Day, which marks the first day of Catholic Sisters Week 2020.
Rachel Drotar, Program Coordinator, Generative Spirit, reflects on a recent trip to the Mexico-U.S. border organized through the Assembly of Catholic Foundations.