Crestwood Greenspace Project Transforms Vacant Land

Posted May 06, 2015 in News Items

(5.6.15) A Strong Community share: We are proud to showcase a beautiful new greenspace located on Crestwood Avenue. The greenspace project was made possible through collaboration between the Cleveland Botanical Garden, LAND Studios, Thriving Communities, the Cleveland City Planning Department, the City of Cleveland Land Bank, Buckeye Shaker Square Development Corporation, neighborhood residents and other community partners. While the design intervention for this project was simple, it sends a strong signal that our community truly cares about greenspace and its many benefits. This new greenspace now provides a place for kids to play, for seniors to sit, and it also offers... read more

Health and Wellness Celebration

Posted May 05, 2015 in News Items

(5.5.15) Healthy People Grantee News:Today, the Alliance for a Healthier Generation (AHG) and the Healthy Schools Program, in partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD), are celebrating the integration of the Healthy Schools Program... read more

Are you a high-performing organization?

Posted February 26, 2015 in News Items

[image:1] Dear Friends and Colleagues, I firmly believe that the excellence of the nonprofit organizations in our community is an urgent matter. At Saint Luke’s Foundation, part of our role is to strengthen and build the capacity... read more

Best wishes to LaTida Smith

Posted February 23, 2015 in News Items

(2.23.15) After 12 years of tremendous dedication and service, February 27th will be LaTida’s last day at Saint Luke’s Foundation. She will be taking time off to explore options for the next phase of her... read more

2014’s third grant cycle announced

Posted December 19, 2014 in News Items

(12.19.14) The board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation has approved its third cycle grants for 2014, awarding a total of $2,222,966 to 18 organizations that advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities of Healthy People, Strong... read more