(6.21.17) These three weeks at the Saint Luke’s Foundation have been very engaging. In week one I have learned how to operate in an office environment and made new connections with the most wonderful people you can meet – from residents, a landscape architect, former and current councilmen, a horticulturist and a police captain. I […]
Please be sure to click here to check out this summer’s free events in the Buckeye-Shaker, Mt. Pleasant, Larchmere and Woodland Hills neighborhoods. This schedule is subject to change, so please contact LAND studio (ph:(216) 621-5413) to confirm event details.
(6.2.17) Last week, we sponsored “Walk with a Cop” with Cleveland Police Fourth District and The Cleveland Police Foundation to learn about community policing and community building efforts. Thank you to LAND studio for also sponsoring this event. More photos of the walk can be found by clicking here. This walk is part of a […]
(6.1.17) We are proud to share that one of our grantees, Kent State University’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, has been honored to receive the 2017 Great Places Award in the Planning category from the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA). The EDRA Great Places Awards recognize professional and scholarly excellence in environmental design and pay special attention […]
(5/25/17) We are thrilled to share the news that a good friend of the Foundation, Dawn Arrington, won the Vibrant City Award today from Cleveland Neighborhood Progress. This award is given to individuals who have displayed tremendous vision, passion and dedication. Dawn is a great force in Buckeye working for Neighborhood Connections. She is an […]
(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 […]
(2.27.17) The staff of Saint Luke’s Foundation has been working since spring 2016 to develop an improved application for board grants. Our intent was twofold: (1) revise the application in ways that make it easier for applicants to fill it out, and (2) provide us with useful information that facilitates informed decision-making. To start the […]
(2.21.17) Picture this: Coming together on a Tuesday – late afternoon are a police captain, a landscape architect, an urban designer, an urban planner, a foundation “dude”, a librarian, a coordinator for Safe Routes to School, and six youths from Making Our Own Space. The setting is the Rice Library—a hub of neighborhood activity. The meeting […]
(2.10.17) Saint Luke’s Foundation, and other organizations that are housed in the Saint Luke’s Pointe building, got together this week for a “Meet and Greet.” Over 60+ individuals from varying organizations in the building got together to meet each other and better connect. The goals for the event was simple: To mingle + to interact + to get […]
(2.6.17) Saint Luke’s Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Allan, Patrick Kanary and Teresa J. Schaffer, CPA to the Foundation’s board of trustees. Allan has been the health commissioner at the Cuyahoga County Board of Health since 2004, which serves as the local public health authority for 855,000 citizens in 57 Greater […]
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