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Philanthropy Friday: Dress for Success Columbus

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A $5,000 inheritance can make a big difference. That’s how Dress for Success got its start. In 1996, Nancy Lublin received that inheritance from her great-grandfather and wanted to use it to make a difference in her community by helping women with new beginnings. She took the money and opened the first Dress for Success […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Down Syndrome Society

 columbus imPRessions Philanthropy Friday: Down Syndrome Society

Down syndrome personally touches Lito Ramirez everyday. He is a parent of a two-year-old son living with the medical condition. Down syndrome also drives Lito. Having more than 15-years of senior level experience in strategic communications, brand development, fundraising, health care experience, physicians relations, public policy and government relations it would seem as if all […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Leave No Child Inside

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Connecting Children and Nature. In late 2006, Jenny Morgan attended a luncheon at the Metropolitan Club in downtown Columbus where author Richard Louv was the featured speaker. His book, Last Child in the Woods – Saving Our Children From Nature Deficit Disorder, and the accompanying research that shows children are suffering from an indoor-sedentary lifestyle that […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Christians Overcoming Cancer

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Helping Everyone Succeed on Their Road to Recovery. Christians Overcoming Cancer is a non-profit organization passionate about helping Central Ohio cancer patients succeed on their road to recovery through awareness, emotional support and financial relief. They serve men, women and families with a cancer-diagnosed child who is in active treatment for cancer. Founder, Mary Jenkins started […]

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Philanthropy Friday: A Kid Again

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Where a Child With A Life-Threatening Illness Is A Kid Again. A Kid Again began in 1995 as Adventures For Wish Kids, in Columbus, Ohio. Their quest was to enrich the lives of children with life-threatening illnesses, as well as their families, by providing healing times of respite through fun-filled group adventures year round. That year, […]

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Columbus Foundation sets record year for 2007

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  The Dispatch wrote Columbus Foundation sets mark  Thursday, October 2, 2008 BY RITA PRICE Economic storm clouds gathered most everywhere in 2007, but they didn’t rain a drop on the Columbus Foundation. The philanthropic organization took in a record $119.1 million, the second time in history that it received more than $100 million in […]

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