Tag Archives: Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood

In November, the NFL Network reached out to Promise to highlight a Reverse Ride-Along experience for its TV show “Indivisible.” The show aims to elevate the issues of social justice and police-community relations in NFL cities across the country. The…
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With the highest concentration of high-quality early-learning centers in the city of Cleveland, the Central neighborhood has ample resources to support the more than 1,500 children under age 5 who live there. However, as Tatiana Wells of Starting Point and…
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Below is an article published by Crain’s Cleveland Business in October 2019 to explore shifts in Cleveland philanthropy strategy. Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland president Susanna Krey spoke to Crain’s for the article, discussing the foundation’s strategic goals and how focus…
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On May 10, graduating seniors at East Tech High School in Central received their awards to celebrate accomplishments throughout their high school career. A large percentage of those graduating seniors are residents of the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood, a collective…
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In the Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood, we work to build a cradle to career pipeline for the residents and families of Central, a transformative model intended to build a healthier community. We recognize that residents must lead the change to…
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By Adrienne Mundorf, MPH, senior program director at Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland   As we look forward to the winter thaw and the promise of a full and enriching 2019, I spent a moment reflecting on a few…
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CLEVELAND, DECEMBER 21, 2018 – The board of directors of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has approved $418,500 in grants for the fourth quarter of 2018. The foundation’s fourth-quarter contributions include support of a city-wide lead prevention initiative…
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In its years of work in the Central community, Promise recognizes that the process of choosing a high school starts in middle school. Unfortunately, many of Promise’s families report that students currently transitioning from middle to high school have access…
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The Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood is committed to supporting successful educational outcomes for the children of the Central neighborhood. We know that education starts at home, and parents are truly a child’s first teacher. Research shows that the simple presence…
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As a collective impact initiative, Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood focuses on using data to inform the future of the neighborhood, incorporating the experiences of partners and residents into a model that ensures success. Through the spring and summer, the Cleveland…
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