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Angela D’Orazio, senior program officer, appeared on WKYC’s “We the People” on January 17 along with Amber Donovan, executive director at Community of Hope, and Dylan McIntosh, a Community of Hope participant. The group spoke about youth homelessness in Cleveland,…
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In Italian cities, a piazza is where streets from the north, south, east and west meet at a central crossing point, a place to gather, rest, listen or be listened to, serve or be served. St. Angela Merici, the foundress…
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Sr. Teresa Maya CCVI, congregational leader of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, visited Northeast Ohio in November 2019 to speak to a group of sisters and lay partners and associates about the power of diversity…
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Music, playing the flute in particular, has been a lifelong spiritual practice that Jane Blabolil felt as a deep calling long before she recognized the presence of God in her life. Sister Jane Blabolil, SSJ-TOSF, was not raised Catholic. In…
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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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The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is opening a new grant opportunity in 2019 through its Generative Spirit initiative. This grant opportunity is made possible through a funding partnership between the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland and the…
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Today, the five fellows of The Innovation Mission, along with SOCF president Susanna Krey, sat down with Mike McIntyre at ideastream to talk about the progress of their big ideas, as well as the Celebration of Innovation closing event.  …
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Thanks in part to the work of The Innovation Mission, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland’s fellowship to fight poverty, Cleveland City Council is nearing the introduction of legislation that will increase representation for low-income tenants facing eviction. Innovation Mission…
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Hazel Remesch, supervising attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cleveland, has seen the toll that evictions can take on Clevelanders living in poverty. Through the Housing Justice Alliance, she is working to support tenants facing eviction with legal…
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