Posted February 21, 2017 in News Items
(2.21.17) Picture this: Coming together on a Tuesday – late afternoon are a police captain, a landscape architect, an urban designer, an urban planner, a foundation “dude”, a librarian, a coordinator for Safe Routes to School, and six youths from Making Our Own Space. The setting is the Rice Library—a hub of neighborhood activity.
The meeting was being facilitated by Indigo Bishop of ioby, the organization’s local action hero. What brought us together? The answer is Ms. Lucille White, a local crossing guard whose concern for kids and love of place is as deep as Lake Erie.
The purpose... read more
Posted February 06, 2017 in News Items
(2.6.17) Saint Luke’s Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Allan, Patrick Kanary and Teresa J. Schaffer, CPA to the Foundation’s board of trustees.
Allan has been the health commissioner at the Cuyahoga County... read more
Posted January 05, 2017 in News Items
(1.5.17) We are pleased to announce that Jennifer Martnick, a Palliative Care Team Leader with Hospice of the Western Reserve, is the recipient of the Foundation’s 2016 Superstar Award.
This award recognizes the very best direct... read more
Posted December 18, 2016 in News Items
(12.15.16) The board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation this week approved grants to 20 organizations totaling $3,215,657. These investments advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities in the areas of Healthy People, A Strong Neighborhood and... read more
Posted November 30, 2016 in News Items
[image:1](11.30.16) When Melody Warnick relocated to Blacksburg, Virginia, she knew that something in her life was missing – specifically, place attachment, that emotional bond between people and place. Melody set about fixing this problem, and... read more