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Foundation announces third round of grants for 2016

Posted December 18, 2016 in News Items

(12.15.16) The board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation this week approved grants to 20 organizations totaling $3,215,657. These investments advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities in the areas of Healthy People, A Strong Neighborhood and Resilient Families. “Our third-round 2016 grants bring to life the Foundation’s mission of improving and transforming social and physical conditions in our neighborhood and improving the health and well-being of individuals and families in Greater Cleveland,” said Anne C. Goodman, Saint Luke’s Foundation President and CEO. “We have invested in vital, life-changing work, and I’m excited to see what our grantee partners will be able to... read more

Highlights from Session on Place Attachment

Posted November 30, 2016 in News Items

[image:1](11.30.16) When Melody Warnick relocated to Blacksburg, Virginia, she knew that something in her life was missing – specifically, place attachment, that emotional bond between people and place. Melody set about fixing this problem, and... read more

More than Rooftop Yoga and Food Trucks

Posted October 26, 2016 in News Items

(10.28.16) Project for Public Spaces defines placemaking as the active process of planning, designing, managing and programming the public realm. In essence, the goal of placemaking is to improve the functionality, aesthetics, social ability and comfort... read more

Foundation announces second round of grants for 2016

Posted October 07, 2016 in News Items

(10.7.16) The board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation this week approved grants to 10 organizations totaling $1,590,000 and authorized a Program Related Investment for $250,000. These investments advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities in the... read more

Thank you, Jane Jacobs for knowing your “PLACE”!

Posted August 18, 2016 in News Items

(8.18.16) If you care about neighborhoods and how they function, you probably already know much about journalist, author and activist Jane Jacobs and her understanding of place. But if you aren’t familiar with Jane Jacobs, here... read more