City Council passes resolution to forward efforts of Healthy Schools Program in CMSD

Posted July 21, 2014 in Articles

(7.21.14) Cleveland City Council passed a resolution last week that will further support efforts by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s Healthy Schools Program and the implementation of its framework in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). This resolution will encourage all CMSD schools to enroll in the program; build school wellness councils, including teachers/staff, students, parents, and community partners; complete the Healthy Schools Program Inventory to assess current school efforts; and develop an action plan based on what’s important and achievable in each school community. Saint Luke’s Foundation, along with The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation and the United Way... read more

Placemaking opportunities in Mount Pleasant community

Posted April 18, 2014 in Articles

(4.18.14) In one of the communities we serve, a Mount Pleasant senior resident’s vision is coupled with efforts from our partners Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and Mount Pleasant Now in creating new placemaking opportunities. Click here... read more

Cleveland’s lead poisoning legacy

Posted January 30, 2014 in Articles

(1.30.14) As reported by Dorr G. Dearborn, Ph.D., M.D. in a recent article, “The effects of elevated lead levels are a decreased IQ, a decreased attention span, poor school performance and aggressive behavior. This is... read more

Zeman featured in Social Velocity’s latest blog interview

Posted January 14, 2014 in Articles

(1.14.14) Nell Eddington of Social Velocity interviewed Denise San Antonio Zeman, President and CEO of Saint Luke’s Foundation, about funding nonprofit capacity. Click here to read the blog interview. read more

Recap blog post from After the Leap conference panel discussion

Posted December 06, 2013 in Articles

(12.06.13) At the After the Leap conference this week held in Washington, D.C., The Center for Effective Philanthropy’s Phil Buchanan asked the conference panel, “Do funders get it?” The “it” to which Phil referred was... read more