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A Movement vs. a Program

Posted May 19, 2014 in News Items

[image:1] (May 2014) Vedette Gavin, former Saint Luke’s Foundation Francis Beam Fellow, looked at me and said “HEAL (Healthy Eating Active Living) is not a program – it is a movement.” Simply put, a movement is not an organizational or individual effort – it is a community led effort to bring about change. When I think about other social movements like the Civil Rights, Women’s Rights, Environmental, and LGBT movements, I think: people, organic structure, diverse voices and opinions, small wins, minor setbacks, and big victories that result in societal transformation. With HEAL, the aim is to identify and address neighborhood conditions... read more

Saint Luke’s Foundation appoints Anne Goodman as President and CEO

Posted May 15, 2014 in News Items

(5.15.14) Saint Luke’s Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Anne Goodman to the position of President and CEO. Goodman was recommended to the Foundation’s board of trustees by an ad hoc Executive Search Committee,... read more

Congratulations to Zeman , De Leon and Fields for YWCA recognition

Posted May 14, 2014 in News Items

[image:1] (5.13.14) Congratulations to Denise San Antonio Zeman – a 2014 YWCA Woman of Achievement. In addition, Bridget De Leon and Kim Fields were also recognized for their professional excellence. You all make us proud! [image:2] read more

Strong Communities grantee transforms vacant land

Posted May 06, 2014 in News Items

(5.6.14) Strong Communities grantee Thriving Communities Institute is lending a hand to transform vacant and unproductive properties into green space for the residents of Buckeye, Mount Pleasant and Woodland Hills to enjoy. Click here to... read more

Healthy People grantee MHAC shares video as part of HO2 series

Posted May 02, 2014 in News Items

[image:1] (5.2.14) Healthy People grantee in the news: Joan Englund, executive director, Mental Health and Addiction Advocacy Coalition (a grantee organization) chats about misconceptions and concerns regarding mental health as part of the High on Ohio... read more