The Sisters of the Humility of Mary is a community of women religious founded in France in 1854 whose Motherhouse, Villa Maria Community Center, has been located in Villa Maria, Pa. since 1864. Their mission is to share in Jesus’ mission of bringing more abundant life to God’s people, especially to those who are poor. Since their earliest beginnings, with vision, courage and generosity, the sisters have endeavored to address the signs of the times and the needs of those around them. They have channeled these efforts through education, health care, parish ministry, various pastoral ministries including retreats and spiritual direction, housing, foreign mission work, advocacy, outreach, and the ministry of prayer.
Ann Steinbrunner (pictured with husband, John)
“We are proud to support the Collaborative because of our abhorrence of slavery of any kind and the Collaborative’s unique role in the Cleveland area coordinating efforts, educating those who can identify and act on suspicious behaviors, and using our money in an efficient and effective way to make a difference against this outrage to humanity.”
Anonymous: “In Honor of the Humility of Mary Sisters”
The Stanley Shalom Zielony Institute for Nursing Excellence oversees the practice and education of nearly 35,000 nursing caregivers throughout Cleveland Clinic Health System. Our nurses work in more than 100 specialties and can be found in positions of leadership, advanced practice, research, education and more. They benefit from a comprehensive accredited residency program, continuing education, including tuition reimbursement and RN loan repayment, a nursing career ladder, online training and development, leadership development programs and shared governance throughout our global enterprise. Cleveland Clinic’s dynamic, technologically advanced environment allows nurses to learn, grow and remain professionally challenged while shaping their careers.
Sean and Theresa Hardy
“The Collaborative gets results, pulling together multiple agencies across multiple communities to solve a social issue without ego, agenda, or politics.”
Through grantmaking, collaboration advocacy and more, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland works to improve the lives of those most in need with special attention to families, women and children living in poverty. The foundation works to end homelessness in Cuyahoga County and to reduce health disparities and improve educational opportunities in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood. As a Catholic organization, the foundation extends the values of Jesus Christ through the mission of its founders – the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine – and also works to sustain the ministries of Catholic sisters in Northeast Ohio.
The Sisters of the Precious Blood are an apostolic Catholic women’s religious congregation devoted to Eucharistic prayer and motivated by the redeeming love of Jesus. Founded in Switzerland in 1834 by Maria Anna Brunner, Precious Blood Sisters serve in the United States, Chile and Guatemala, proclaiming God’s love by being a life-giving, reconciling presence in our fractured world. We are committed to sharing our resources with others and collaborating with partners to end human trafficking, alleviate poverty, and effect systemic change in areas such as migration, racism and criminal justice reform, among others.
Waldheger Coyne Co., LPA is a full-service law firm in Cleveland, Ohio focusing its practice on general corporate matters, health care, litigation, employee benefits, estate planning, trusts and estates, real estate, and more. Our team of attorneys has extensive experience working with a number of clients to find pragmatic and cost-effective solutions to handle even the most sophisticated legal cases. This extensive experience allows us to offer broad capabilities with personalized service, leading to long-standing business relationships with clients, both individuals and businesses.