Tag Archives: Homelessness

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has been a longtime supporter of ending homelessness in Cuyahoga County and beyond and has made great strides to do so over the last two decades by implementing best practices, strengthening advocacy efforts…
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CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga Partnering for Family Success (PFS), the nation’s first Pay for Success project in the combined areas of homelessness and child welfare, has concluded after five years and found its approaches yielded promising results in reuniting African-American children…
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As part of the first Innovation Mission, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland granted funding to fellow Hazel Remesch and her team at the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland to work with Case Western Reserve University on a study analyzing…
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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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With the completion of a final building project in October 2020, greater Cleveland will officially have enough housing for all individuals experiencing chronic homelessness in Cuyahoga County. Thanks to the work of Housing First, a collaborative initiative established by Enterprise…
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Every day, we work with many partners in the effort to end homelessness in Cuyahoga County. This is incredibly rewarding yet complex and challenging work across many systems. Sometimes we see stories on TV and social media that don’t quite…
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In June 2019, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland (SOCF) awarded $40,000 to the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio (COHHIO) to support a policy strategy to increase state and federal funding to reduce homelessness across Ohio. One…
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Sisters of Charity Foundation invests $1.2 million in first half of 2019 to uplift Cleveland’s most vulnerable populations Cleveland, Ohio, July 8, 2019 – Through the first two quarters of 2019, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland (SOCF) invested…
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A Place 4 Me, the collective impact initiative that works to prevent and end youth homelessness in Cuyahoga County, recognizes the invaluable perspective of young people with lived experience of housing instability. Now, with support from United Way of Greater…
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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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