Make the holidays a season of hope for people facing homelessness in central Ohio. Your support will provide essential items, from toothbrushes to coats, to help families in emergency shelter at the YWCA Family Center.
The Columbus Foundation has announced the appointment of officers and members to serve on its Governing Committee in 2018. The announcement was made at the Committee’s board meeting held on December 13, 2017.
Clintonville-Beechwold CRC is creating a dedicated space designed for seniors to socialize and enjoy activities, as well as connect to supportive services. Your gift will create a special destination for seniors!
Twenty-two local nonprofits received grants totaling more than $1.9 million to invest in capital needs, from facility expansion and renovation to technology upgrades and vehicle acquisition, thanks to the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership of The Columbus Foundation and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation.
Local charities are looking for holiday shoppers to become donors for Giving Tuesday, a post-Black Friday, post-Cyber Monday kickoff to the busy charitable season. And the Columbus Foundation is helping to highlight urgent needs among area nonprofit organizations with a new crowdfunding platform set to launch along with Giving Tuesday.
Since 1930, Lake Atagahi has been the centerpiece of the Camp Wyandot experience. The lake is in severe ecological decline and leakage is threatening the integrity of the dam. Save the lake and keep nature intact for kids at camp!
Since opening in 2014, the R.I.S.E. Club has become a safe and fun destination for teens in Weinland Park—and demand is growing! Help us renovate and expand the R.I.S.E. Boys & Girls Club by 2,500 square feet to serve more children and teens!
Nonprofit organizations serving Miami County, including those focused on improving the quality of life for children, women and families throughout the community, will benefit from grants made recently by The Paul G. Duke Foundation.
The Columbus Foundation is searching for college and graduate students with interest in the nonprofit sector, offering a 10-week, paid fellowship to build work experience and develop skills for a future nonprofit career through its Summer Fellowship Program.