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SAINT ANN FOUNDATION - The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History

The SAINT ANN FOUNDATION, sponsored by the SISTERS OF CHARITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE, was established in 1973 with the income gained from the sale of St. Ann's Hospital to KAISER PERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM. The foundation supports programs for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes related to health and health care. Saint Ann Foundation gave one of its largest grants to date, $50,000, to PARMADALE FAMILY SERVICES in 1986; SAINT VINCENT CHARITY HOSPITAL AND HEALTH CENTER and the PHILLIS WHEATLEY ASSOCIATION have been among other recipients. In 1991 the Saint Ann Foundation supported such efforts as improving accessibility for the disabled, counseling, and services to the homeless and the chemically dependent at institutions which included the Child Guidance Center (see GUIDANCE CENTERS), the CENTER FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN, the Hitchcock Ctr. for Women, and SAN JUAN BAUTISTA Roman Catholic Church. In 1995 John Faulstich served as administrator for the foundation.


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