Welcome to the website of the Sisters Health Foundation. Our mission is to promote healthy and sustainable communities by providing resources, strengthening collaborative relationships, and supporting initiatives that impact people in the Mid-Ohio Valley. We invite you to explore our website and Facebook page!
Arlene Borkowski, Board President Cynthia Drennan, Executive Director
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Visit this website to learn more:https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/preventing/preventionmonth/?utm_source=Gateway&utm_medium=website&utm_campaign=NCAPM17 ... See MoreSee Less
These are our options you can pick from in workshop session 1. Session 1 will start at 9:40 and end at 10:40. We have so many wonderful options you can pick from throughout the day! For more informati...
Members of the Wood County Handle With Care Core Team are shown with furnishings and therapy aides purchased with a grant from the Sisters Health Foundation and written by Harmony Mental Health, Inc. The therapy supplies and aides will be used in therapy rooms in Wood County's 8 pilot schools and will support the school based therapy efforts of Harmony Health Services, Wellspring Family Services, and Westbrook Health Services. Pictured are: Captain Scott Elliott (Parkersburg Police Department) Sherry Christman (WV DHHR Child Protective Services) and Kelli Holmes (Wood County Project Aware Coordinator) ... See MoreSee Less
Registration is open for the seventh annual Nonprofits LEAD Conference at Marietta College on May 10! This year's keynote speaker is Natalie Roper with Generation WV. There will be a variety of workshops for nonprofits of all sizes. Workshop topics include: successful case studies, working with different generations, ethical decision making, planning, fundraising, donor relationships, volunteer recruitment, management & retention, and dealing with conflict and board governance. ... See MoreSee Less