Posted November 01, 2017 in News Items
The Francis H. Beam Jr. Fellowship was established in 2005 and named in honor of the Foundation’s founding board chair.
The first fellowships were designed as an opportunity to learn about philanthropy and how the Foundation works in the community by providing a broad view of the public and nonprofit sector. More recent fellows have worked directly with host organizations on specific projects in the neighborhood such as health promotion and greenspace.
To date, there have been four Beam fellows:
David Gretick (2006) is currently with the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse in the Cleveland Department of Public Health
Heather Clayton Terry... read more
Posted October 25, 2017 in News Items
In 2004, Saint Luke’s Foundation joined over 40 grantmaking colleagues to form the Fund for Our Economic Future, an alliance of funders that include foundations, corporations, educational institutions, health care systems, business and civic organizations,... read more
Posted October 24, 2017 in News Items
Last week, the board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation has approved grants to seven organizations totaling $770,000. These investments advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities in the areas of Healthy People, A Strong Neighborhood and... read more
Posted October 23, 2017 in News Items
We are pleased to share our 2016 annual report! It outlines the grants we made and our financial position, but it also provides some reflections and learnings from each of our staff on a myriad... read more
Posted October 12, 2017 in News Items
Saint Luke’s Foundation has an historic commitment to evaluation and learning. In 2002, a Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation Committee of the board was established, and Leah Gary became Vice President for Programs and Evaluation. In... read more