Saint Luke's Foundation

A Strong Neighborhood

We catalyze and sustain opportunities to improve social conditions and improve the physical environments in Mt. Pleasant, Woodland Hills,and Buckeye.

 

The Strong Neighborhood program strategy reflects Saint Luke’s Foundation’s core commitment to engage residents and organizations in planning and actions that build a stronger, more vibrant neighborhood surrounding Saint Luke’s Pointe. We value collaborative efforts that bring a shared sense of place and community back to the Buckeye/Mt. Pleasant/Woodland Hills neighborhoods.

We focus on partnering with residents, community-based organizations and public/private partners to enhance the built environments and to improve social conditions.


A Strong Neighborhood Perspective

  • Latest blog post co-authored by Nelson Beckford

    (1.12.17) Check out the latest co-authored blog, “Immerse Yourself,” from Senior Program Officer Nelson Beckford. This blog ties nicely to the program area A Strong Neighborhood as it exemplifies the strategies of improving social conditions and making places safe AND equitable for all, regardless of orientation. Click here to read the blog now.

Contact our Senior Program Officer for A Strong Neighborhood, Nelson Beckford

If you have questions about this program area or would like more information, call or email Nelson Beckford today.
(216) 431-8010 |  nbeckford@saintlukesfoundation.org

For our A Strong Neighborhood
program strategy, we seek to partner with grantee organizations that:

  • Support community-based collaborative efforts to improve the built environments and social conditions within targeted communities 
  • Support collaborative efforts that increase neighborhood quality of life and increase attachment to and engagement with place
  • Ensure resident contribution to local and national policy agendas 
  • Identify, engage and increase the capacity of key stakeholders, including residents, community-based organizations and policymakers

Family Strengthening Community of Practice met for the second time

(3.7.17) Last week, the Family Strengthening Community of Practice met for the second time to share information and build connections with one another as they worked to enhance their collective efforts to support and strengthen families. The group had an opportunity to connect with colleagues across 14 local organizations, share their thoughts about key family […]

 

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