Woodhill Choice Update

Posted November 21, 2019 in News Items

Thank you for all of your contributions to the Woodhill Choice Transformation Plan so far! As of today the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority along with our partners at The City of Cleveland, The Community Builders, City Architecture, the National Initiative on Mixed Income Communities at CWRU and Purpose Built Communities are officially competing for a $35 million dollar federal grant from HUD to implement the Woodhill Transformation Plan in the Buckeye Woodhill neighborhood. We submitted the application for this funding today. We have spent the last few months developing a compelling case for this federal funding, which includes a range of neighborhood... read more

Announcing the Resident Advancement Committee

Posted October 11, 2019 in News Items

Saint Luke’s Foundation is embracing our responsibility to advance true equity. We are committed to restoring and sharing power by examining and improving our internal and external processes. As a result, we are proud to... read more

Diane Wright - 2018 Superstar Award Winner

Posted September 18, 2019 in News Items

We are proud to co-sponsor, along with the Baltimore, Maryland-based Superstar Foundation, a Superstar Award for 2019. This award recognizes the very best direct service staff in the field who distinguish themselves and their work... read more

A message from President and CEO Anne Goodman

Posted September 11, 2019 in News Items

Dear friend of Saint Luke's, Over the last five years, the Saint Luke’s Foundation has developed a new strategic plan with a focus on health equity and reducing racial disparities. We have placed increased emphasis on... read more

Saint Luke’s Foundation President and CEO Anne Goodman to Leave Foundation

Posted September 11, 2019 in News Items

Goodman leaves a legacy of strong leadership and significant contributions to the strength of the organization Cleveland, Ohio (Sept. 11, 2019) – Saint Luke’s Foundation President and CEO Anne Goodman announced today that she has... read more