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Mapping the Behavioral Health Journey

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation Mapping the Behavioral Health Journey

Collaborating on ways to strengthen the behavioral health field, representatives from Nationwide Children’s Hospital, CCAD Mind Market, The Ohio State University College of Social Work, Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center, and The Columbus Foundation discuss the importance of this type of work—and how to build it into the fabric of the future. The Columbus Foundation is […]

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Brighten the Lives of Clintonville Seniors!

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation Brighten the Lives of Clintonville Seniors!

Better Together projects are time-sensitive opportunities to improve our community, together. This holiday season, we’re hoping to brighten the lives of our community’s seniors with a space of their own at Clintonville-Beechwold Resources Center (CRC)—so they can enjoy activities, connect to services, and socialize! Join us, and let’s be Better Together! Learn more about this Better […]

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1,000 Voices Fill Nationwide Arena

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation 1,000 Voices Fill Nationwide Arena

A concert for all of us! 1,000 voices from all across our community filled Nationwide Arena with breathtaking sound, uplifting music, and a crowd filled to the brim with kindness. Harmony Project’s “Concert For Us” was as awe-inspiring as ever! Connect with The Harmony Project. The Columbus Foundation is working to capture The Spirit of Columbus through […]

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Putting Old Cameras to Creative Use

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation Putting Old Cameras to Creative Use

Donating an unused camera to Midwest Photo for Camp Click! This program connects local students with creative professionals, teaching kids new skills & offering them a fun, artistic outlet. Read how Camp Click came to be. The Columbus Foundation is working to capture The Spirit of Columbus through images that showcase the determination, dedication, and commitment of people […]

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Nonprofits Receive $1.9+ Million in Capital Grants

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation Nonprofits Receive $1.9+ Million in Capital Grants

22 local nonprofits will receive $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. Read more. The Columbus Foundation is working to capture The Spirit of Columbus through images that showcase the […]

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Community Conversations at CMC

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation Community Conversations at CMC

Nonprofit leaders from Star House, Community Shelter Board, Huckleberry House, and the Foundation’s Vice President of Community Research and Grants Management, Dan Sharpe, discussed the challenges facing an estimated 2,000 youth experiencing homelessness in our community at the Columbus Metropolitan Club luncheon. The Columbus Foundation is working to capture The Spirit of Columbus through images that showcase the determination, dedication, and commitment […]

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Teaching One Handshake at a Time

 Lynsey Harris, The Columbus Foundation Teaching One Handshake at a Time

“The core of what we do is build each other up. We become bigger, stronger people—better family members, better students, better members of the community.” Read how Doug Probst’s vision has grown into Handshake America, a scholarship to enrich the lives of local students. Read the full story. The Columbus Foundation is working to capture The […]

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