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Philanthropy Friday: Changing Lives at the Humane Society

 Margaret Robinson, The Columbus Foundation Philanthropy Friday: Changing Lives at the Humane Society

There are a few things you should know about the Capital Area Humane Society before you watch the brief, funny, and informative video below. In 2010, it: Helped 2,468 animals find homes with loving families through adoption. Made 6,708 visits investigating animal cruelty throughout Franklin County. Provided transitional care for 69 pets of victims of […]


Philanthropy Friday: Suicide Prevention Services

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Suicide is a serious public health problem in the United States. It is estimated that 2,220 people a day will attempt suicide, and 88 people will die by suicide, while countless others will have suicidal thoughts.


Philanthropy Friday: Road of Life

 columbus imPRessions Philanthropy Friday: Road of Life

Rob Emrich has been personally touched by cancer. At seven years of age he lost his two-year-old sister, Keren to neuroblastoma, a pediatric cancer of the nervous system. While in college cancer struck home again taking the life of his cousin and giving his mother a cancer scare. Wanting to make a real difference, Rob […]

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Conscience Bakery: “Tasty Treats for Social Justice”

Anne Evans Anne Evans

Jessica Kania has been creating baked goodies since she was able to hold a spoon. She recently graduated from Ohio State with a degree in International Studies, Economics and French and plans to start graduate school soon. In the meantime, she is working to combine her love of baking organic, all-natural goodies with her desire […]


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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!