The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and The Columbus Foundation have formed a funding partnership to support capital campaigns and projects designed to improve the delivery, quality and efficiency of non-profit programs and services that serve vulnerable populations in Franklin County.
Welcome to the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations
The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (the Foundations) support community health and quality of life programs in central and southeastern Ohio as well as advance, on a local and national scope, osteopathic medical care, medical research and osteopathic medical education. Since 1999, the Foundations have approved over $219 million in awards designed to improve the health and quality of life for vulnerable populations and advance osteopathic medical care.
In the News
In 2014, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and The Columbus Foundation joined resources and program interests to launch the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership - a one-to-one funding match to support capital campaigns and projects designed to better serve vulnerable populations in Franklin County. The multi-year initiative will make up to $6 million available to area nonprofits.
Meeting the Challenges of an Aging Population with Success, is a new report from The Kirwan Institute, commissioned by the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations and The Columbus Foundation.
The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville and the Rocky Community Improvement Fund are pleased to announce their 2015 spring grant cycle funding partnership to support local programs in Nelsonville and surrounding areas addressing important educational, health, social service, housing, and community development needs.
In central Ohio, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation approved $1.5 million in support of the Signature Impact Initiative, which is designed to impact pressing health and quality of life issues in the community by ensuring critical, high quality services are available and accessible for Franklin County’s most vulnerable residents.