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Street of Hope Fund Supports Young Mothers and Abuse Survivors Recognizing the needs of women and children who may seek care at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, the Street of Hope Fund has been created at the St. Elizabeth Foundation through the generosity of Paul Street in memory of his wife Janet Street. The purpose of the Street of Hope Fund is to provide financial support for medical and supportive care to young mothers, their family members, and abused women and children during the difficult times they may be experiencing during or immediately following their treatment at St. Elizabeth Healthcare facilities.
Grant to Help Students Learn Better Health Habits The St. Elizabeth Foundation has received a $50,000 grant from Duke Energy to improve science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills among students while helping them learn better health habits. Students from the Boone County school system will be paired with Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics students to create a gamification computer program for use in middle schools. The program will be launched in life skills courses at a Boone County middle school during the 2014-15 school year.
LOCAL 12: Medical Edge - Grief Camp for Kids An 8-year-old boy got some help after the loss of his dad from St. Elizabeth Healthcare and a horse.

Most people don't get to share their grief standing in a stable.  But Ben said Porter, his horse at The Potters Ranch, just seemed to listen when he told him about his dad.
Shop & Dine Event Features Opportunity for Back-to-School Shopping Join the St. Elizabeth Foundation and Crestview Hills Town Center on Thursday, August 7 for a fun afternoon of shopping, dining and sharing. On this day, many of the merchants and restaurants at Crestview Hills Town Center will share a percentage of their proceeds with the St. Elizabeth Foundation to support youth programming and health.
The Bank of Kentucky and R.C. Durr Foundation Invests $1.25 Million to Create Heart Healthy Community The Bank of Kentucky has made a major investment to improve the heart health of our region. St. Elizabeth Foundation announced that The Bank of Kentucky and R.C. Durr Foundation have committed $1.25 million toward the St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute campaign.

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