Fueling the drive to create healthy schools

Posted April 14, 2014 in News Items

(4.14.14) Every day, 53 million people go to school to work or learn. Within school environments, these people – children and adults alike – consume about half of their daily food and beverage intake. It is vitally important, therefore, that efforts are made to promote healthy eating and physical activity choices during school hours. On April 8, a capacity crowd filled the private dining room at The City Club of Cleveland to celebrate a united effort by local funders, educators and health professionals to make Cleveland-area schools beacons for healthy eating and activities. Sponsored by Saint Luke’s Foundation, the April 8 luncheon... read more

Board member presenting with PRCHN

Posted April 03, 2014 in News Items

Claudia Coulton, a Saint Luke’s Foundation board member, is presenting on behalf of Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods (PRCHN) on Wednesday, April 9th. The event is open to the public (See flyer for details). To... read more

Board of trustees member Francis Afram-Gyening presented at GIH

Posted March 18, 2014 in News Items

(3.18.14) Earlier this month, Saint Luke’s Foundation board of trustees member and Care Alliance Health Center CEO Francis Afram-Gyening was invited on behalf of Johnson & Johnson to present at the Grantmakers in Health (GIH)... read more

Saint Luke’s Foundation appoints Nelson Beckford as senior program officer for A Strong Neighborhood

Posted March 13, 2014 in News Items

(3.13.14) The Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Nelson Beckford to the position of Senior Program Officer for Strong Communities (this program has not evolved to now be called A Strong Neighborhood). In this... read more

New board members appointed

Posted March 04, 2014 in News Items

(2.12.14) Saint Luke’s Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of April Miller Boise, Diana Centeno-Gómez, Lori McClung and Luis Cartagena to the Foundation’s board of trustees.To read more on the new members, click below. read more