A Strong Neighborhood Grantee EDWINS in the news

Posted November 03, 2014 in Articles

(11.3.14) EDWINS founder Brandon Chrostowski spends Sunday afternoons at Grafton Correctional Institution teaching culinary education. According to officers, Brandon’s holistic program is unique in the prison system as it ultimately helps graduates find employment. To read the article, click here. read more

Two Healthy People Grantees will receive part of $7.9 million in chronic disease prevention funding

Posted September 26, 2014 in Articles

(9.26.14) Healthy People Grantees in the News: Cuyahoga County Board of Health and the YMCA of Greater Cleveland will be two of seven receiving part of $7.9 million in federal grants to prevent chronic disease... read more

Social service agencies are moving into eight more Cleveland schools

Posted August 28, 2014 in Articles

[image:1] (8.28.14) Eight more Cleveland schools have tapped social service agencies to assist them with organizing tutoring, attendance drives, parent engagement and other services for students and families. The eight schools are the second wave of “wraparound”... read more

Crain’s Cleveland Business profiles Anne Goodman and her new role as Foundation’s President and CEO

Posted August 24, 2014 in Articles

(8.24.14) Anne Goodman, Saint Luke’s Foundation President and CEO, is featured in this week’s edition of Crain’s Cleveland Business. In the article, Anne discusses the excitement of her new challenges at the Foundation, and the... read more

A Strong Neighborhood grantee featured in The New York Times

Posted August 19, 2014 in Articles

[image:1] (8.19.14) A Strong Neighborhood grantee Western Reserve Land Conservancy was recently featured in The New York Times commenting on how bulldozing distressed properties can reduce foreclosure rates in surrounding neighborhoods and improve the values of... read more