The Columbus Foundation today announced its 5 Nonprofits to Watch in 2018, recognizing innovative central Ohio organizations poised for an exceptional year of growth and progress. Each recipient awardee received a $5,000 grant.
The Columbus Foundation is pleased to announce that Natalie Parscher and Kelly Schleppi have joined the organization’s staff. Natalie serves as the director for the Communications and Marketing department, and Kelly serves as the senior financial reporting accountant for the Finance department.
The Columbus Foundation has added Cardinal Health Inc.'s CEO to its governing committee. George Barrett was added to the nine-member board at its Dec. 13 meeting, replacing OhioHealth CEO David Blom, who has served the past six years.
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.
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.
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.