Posted August 12, 2023 in News Items
CLEVELAND — These bikers are more than just your average rider.
Organizers tell News 5 they’re riding to make a statement.
“This does a couple things. It dispels this myth that one, African Americans aren’t philanthropic,” said Bike Your Neighborhood Co-Founder Bob Render. “It dispels the myth also that African Americans don’t bike.”
Dressed in their bright yellow shirts, the group known as ‘Bike Your Neighborhood’ took off from the Shaker Square area.
Mayor Justin Bibb led the bikers on their journey throughout the Buckeye and Mt. Pleasant neighborhoods, where they eventually made a stop at the historic AJ Rickoff School.
‘Bike Your Neighborhood,’ has... read more
Posted July 25, 2023 in News Items
Hip Hop Artist Krayzie Bones of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony to Discuss the Influence of Hip Hop on Community Health in Woodhill
The Community Conversation will be held at Morning Star Baptist Church on August 10th
CLEVELAND, OH –... read more
Posted June 27, 2023 in News Items
In early June, Euclid-based Village of Healing Center, the first and only Black woman’s health center in Cuyahoga County, was one of five organizations to receive multi-year $1 million grants from the St. Luke’s Foundation... read more
Posted June 09, 2023 in News Items
June 9, 2023
The Saint Luke's Foundation Announces $5.9M in Q2 Grants, Spotlighting Five $1M Awardees for Second Quarter for 2023
Cleveland, OH – On June 8th the Board of Trustees of the Saint Luke’s Foundation allocated... read more
Posted March 06, 2023 in News Items
March 6, 2023
THE SAINT LUKE’S FOUNDATION OF CLEVELAND PROMOTES TWO STAFF MEMBERS
March 6, 2023 (CLEVELAND, OHIO) The Saint Luke’s Foundation is pleased to announce the promotions of Sharon Edmond to Administrative Officer and Dionne Huffman... read more