Grantee Fund for Our Economic Future in the news

Posted November 20, 2013 in News Items

(11.20.13) Our colleagues at The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation just released a report titled Catalyzing Regional Economic Transformation: Lessons Learned from Funder Collaboration in Northeast Ohio. This tells the story of Fund for Our Economic Future’s efforts over the past decade, highlighting accomplishments and challenges. Other recent highlights on the Fund: Related blog post by Knight VP Carol Coletta, about how the Fund collaboration provides “a compass for navigating this tricky terrain.” WCPN Ideastream interview with Jon Sotsky of Knight regarding our lessons learned and how they can be used across other regions. Related Next City piece: Three Lessons on Regionalism read more

Zeman honored as 2013 Health Champion

Posted November 14, 2013 in News Items

(11.13.13) Care Alliance Health Center honored Denise San Antonio Zeman over the weekend as their 2013 Health Champion for her leadership and commitment to transforming the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities of... read more

Learning to listen to beneficiary voice

Posted November 04, 2013 in News Items

In this video, the Foundation along with grantees, offer perspective on this critical issue, and the Foundation describes how its program area strategies are designed to account for beneficiary voice. read more

A Strong Neighborhood (formerly Strong Communities) grantee held national health equity conference

Posted October 14, 2013 in News Items

(10.14.13) Saint Luke’s Foundation grantee The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies’ Health Policy Institute (HPI) recently held its third annual Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies National Health Equity Conference, PLACE MATTERS:... read more

A Strong Neighborhood grantee makes strides with attention to health impact assessments

Posted October 10, 2013 in News Items

(10.10.13) The Pews Charitable Trusts along with sub-grantee partner Cleveland City Planning have garnered attention in the collective promotion and support of the growth of Health Impact Assessments (HIAs) in Greater Cleveland. Great strides have... read more