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 Lynsey Pipino, The Columbus Foundation
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Athletic Ability + Generosity = A Great Night for All!

Athletic Ability + Generosity = A Great Night for All!
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Six local nonprofits were awarded more than $80,000 in grants by Columbus Youth Foundation (CYF) at the Triple-A Homerun Derby! The recipient organizations range in their individual missions, but all promote health and wellness in central Ohio youth through recreation and sports.

“Promoting healthy living and life skills has been the focus of the Columbus Youth Foundation since its formation in 1955,” said Cathy Lyttle, Chair of CYF. “The foundation’s longstanding relationship to Huntington Park and the Clippers made this event the perfect occasion to award these funds to these remarkable organizations who share our vision for improving lives through recreation and sports.” View more photos.

This year’s grantees and awards included:

Recreation Unlimited Foundation$4,100 for Summer Camp Scholarships
Girls on the Run of Central Ohio$10,000 for Afterschool Program
Boys and Girls Club of Columbus, Inc.$40,000 for Summer Brain Gain Program
YMCA of Central Ohio$8,000 for Garver YMCA Youth Sports Program
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio$10,500 for Camp Oty’Okwa Scholarships
Gladden Community House$10,000 for Team Sports Program

 

Better TogetherThe Columbus Foundation‘s crowdfunding platform, rallies individuals to work together to bring out the best in our community! Through Better Together, you can show love to our local nonprofits by donating toward their time-sensitive projects and programs. With new projects going up every month, you’re sure to see a cause that’s close to your heart, so be sure to stop in often to check them out!

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