ChildSight® Cleveland Metropolitian School District

Grant Recipient:
ChildSight® - Cleveland
Metropolitain School District

MobileMed One

Grant Recipient:
MobileMed One
Foundation (MedWorks)

ChildSight® - Hebrew Academy of Cleveland

Grant Recipient:
ChildSight® - Hebrew Academy of Cleveland

Menorah Park and Montefiore

Grant Recipients:
Menorah Park and
Montefiore

The Free Clinic

Grant Recipient:
The Free Clinic
 

“Jump To It” ChildhoodObesity Prevention Program

Grant Recipient:
“Jump To It” Childhood
Obesity Prevention Program

Cuyahoga County PublicLibrary at MetroHealth

Grant Recipient:
Cuyahoga County Public
Library at MetroHealth

Mental Health AdvocacyCoalition (MHAC)

Grant Recipient:
Mental Health Advocacy
Coalition (MHAC)

Welcome to the Foundation

The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation seeks to assist Greater Cleveland's organizations and leaders to improve the health and well-being of the Jewish and general communities now and for generations to come.

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Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition announces inaugural Steering Committee

During the Lead Safe Home Summit (June 21, 2019), Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation President Mitchell Balk announced the creation of the Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition Steering Committee.

“The appointment of Steering Committee members marks an important milestone for the Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition,” said Balk, who also chairs the Coalition’s Governance Committee. “This group brings to the table a remarkable depth and breadth of leadership, a diversity of lived experiences, and the critical perspectives necessary to address lead poisoning in our community.”

Read the Press Release here (PDF)

Steering Committee Announcement
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Mt. Sinai, Partners, announce Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition

Click the video below to listen to Mitchell Balk’s announcement at January 22, 2019, press conference in the rotunda of Cleveland City Hall.

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Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation Appoints Program Officer

January 2, 2019 (Cleveland, Ohio) – Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation President Mitchell Balk announces the appointment of Cleveland native Ali Foti to the position of program officer. Ms. Foti will begin her duties on February 4, 2019.

Ali FotiFoti is a Hawken School alumna and University Hospitals/ Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital NICU graduate. She is currently completing a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and is a summa cum laude graduate in Political Science of the University of Michigan.

Among her varied professional experiences, Foti created health equity trainings for cancer care providers as Health Education & Training Coordinator at the George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center. She also oversaw government relations to increase patient access to their health data as Health Information Technology Policy & Outreach Coordinator at the National Partnership for Women & Families. Also in Washington, DC, she served on the Health Equity and Accountability Act Community Working Group and the Consumer Work Group of the Federal Advisory Committee to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. More recently, Foti contributed to capacity-building trainings to support Boston non-profit organizations in planning health promotion programs through the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Center for Community-Based Research.

“Mt. Sinai is fortunate to have someone with Ali’s skills, intellect and passion for improving the public’s health join its program staff,” said Foundation President Mitchell Balk. Working with Mt. Sinai Vice President, strategy, Daniel Cohn, Foti will support the Foundation’s strategic agenda related to primary prevention, population health, and health policy.

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GRANT APPLICATION DEADLINE:
MONDAY, JULY 1, 2019

Questions? Contact Daniel Cohn, Vice President, Strategy, if you have additional questions about what we fund or how to apply.

Thank you!