CLEVELAND — JUNE 11, 2015 — The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has hired Lowell Perry Jr. as the new director of the Cleveland Central Promise [...]
While the nation’s graduation rate, including that of black and Latino males, has continued to grow, the gap between black males and their white peers has widened, according [...]
For nearly two decades, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland has partnered with residents, nonprofits and community leaders to change the trajectory of poverty in Cuyahoga County. [...]
Central’s own Jason Foster was recognized as a recipient of the MyCom Youth Voice Award last month, given to individuals in the community who reflect the key principles [...]
The Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood initiative brings together Central Neighborhood residents, community stakeholders and partners to create the kind of community where every child can have career and [...]
It’s almost 5 pm, later than they usually leave, but Miesha Green and her two children —Nyema and X’zayzhan—are still at the YWCA Early Learning Center, waiting for [...]
“Promise Neighborhoods” are vibrant and thriving where children are ready for school, go to good schools and have strong systems of family and community support that allow them to attain an excellent education, graduate from high school and go on to college and a successful career.
Attitudes and experiences are changing in the Central Promise Neighborhood, in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Watch a video, Mr. President: Come visit us in Cleveland!! that highlights this or a slideshow of Promise Neighborhood events and activities so far this year.