Support for this Better Together will bring free sheet music, lessons, instruments, and equipment to seven schools in JAG's Jazz Lab program…
Help Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG) make jazz a key part of students' music education! Support for this Better Together will bring free sheet music, lessons, instruments, and equipment to seven schools in JAG's Jazz Lab program.
In 2020, The Columbus Foundation distributed an all-time high of $231,303,389 in grants to 4,534 organizations.
In 2020, The Columbus Foundation distributed grants totaling $231,303,389, an all-time high, with a record-breaking 4,534 organizations receiving at least one gift. The Foundation's 2020 annual grantmaking numbers underlie the magnitude of need brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the significant charitable gifts that helped to alleviate those hardships.
Tom and Nancy Lurie presented with the 2021 Harrison M. Sayre Award in recognition of their deep and abiding commitment to community service…
Longtime supporters of the Columbus community, Tom and Nancy Lurie have given their time, talent, and treasure to organizations supporting the arts, health, social services, women’s issues, and the Jewish faith.
The Columbus Foundation is proud to name Tom and Nancy Lurie as the 2021 Harrison M. Sayre Awardhonorees in recognition of their deep and abiding commitment to community service.
IMPACT Community Action named 2021 Columbus Foundation Award honoree.
With a mission to fight poverty by providing hope-inspiring help and real opportunities for self-sufficiency, IMPACT Community Action’s core programs center on benefiting those with barriers to success and stability.
For the important role it plays in bringing stability to those in need, especially with eviction prevention efforts during the pandemic, The Columbus Foundation is proud to name IMPACT Community Action as the 2021 Columbus Foundation Award honoree.
In celebration of Black Philanthropy Month and the commitment to community shown by Black philanthropists in central Ohio, local leaders Cat…
August marked the 10th anniversary of Black Philanthropy Month. In celebration of the commitment to community shown by Black philanthropists in central Ohio, 2020 Harrison M. Sayre Award honoree Catherine Willis and estate planning attorney Ashley Ingram sat down to discuss the robust shape of Black philanthropy.