Blog from Senior Program Officer of A Strong Neighborhood: Please, just a nice place to sit.

Posted on 12/11/17 by Kristen in SC Perspectives

[image:1] Holly Whyte is known as one of the most influential observers of the city and the space around it. He was an advocate for parks, plazas, sidewalks and other pedestrian spaces that invite schmoozing, (a... read more

Guest Blogger Angelique Farmer on Internship Experience

Posted on 06/21/17 in SC Perspectives

[image:1] (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... read more

Blog post co-authored by Nelson Beckford

Posted on 01/12/17 in SC Perspectives

(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... read more

Highlights from Session on Place Attachment

Posted on 11/30/16 in SC Perspectives

[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

Scofield Mansion in the news

Posted on 11/08/16 in SC Perspectives

[image:1] (11.8.16) High school intern Chris Gideon was a featured Saint Luke’s Foundation blogger a few months ago. Chris wrote “Seeing the Underlying Potential” and discussed Scofield Mansion. In Chris’ words, “It brings hope because I... read more