Arrive any time during this time-frame, candle pouring requires at least 45 minutes. This is a candle-pouring experience for beginners with no experience necessary, held at our studio! We’ll walk you through the steps of creating the wick, pouring the pre-melted soy wax, and choosing your custom all-natural fragrance oils. Each container is 8oz. All […]
Originally published on The Columbus Foundation’s blog. Today, donate to the Gifts of Kindness Fund to see your dollars doubled! For many in our community, a single financial hardship can set into motion a series of events that can create negative long-term consequences. The Gifts of Kindness Fund provides an immediate financial boost to prevent […]
If we can vote together, we can work together, and the bonds we strengthen and the bridges we build will define us for generations to come.
The Big Give is a 25-hour community giving rally to lift up and help nonprofits. The needs of nonprofit organizations have never been greater and we hope you will join us in this extraordinary opportunity because we are truly better, together.
The US Census Bureau’s latest population estimates show that the Columbus metropolitan area is continuing its steady growth. The population in the region – which the Census defines as Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Hocking, Licking, Madison, Morrow, Perry, Pickaway, and Union counties – increased to 2.12 million people in 2019. That amounts to an increase of […]
family and friends gathered at the Columbus Metropolitan Library to congratulate the 23 young authors who contributed to “The Big Book: Voices of Our Future”—a collection of community stories written by area teens representing each of the 23 branch locations, and commissioned by The Columbus Foundation.
The latest US Census data released at the end of 2019 reveals that the population growth in our country is slowing overall. Fewer births and more deaths have caused the national annual increase to dip below the one million mark for the first time in decades. While Ohio remains the seventh most populous state in […]