Capital Improvement Request for Proposals Released

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation will again partner with The Columbus Foundation to support capital campaigns and projects designed to improve the delivery, quality and efficiency of nonprofits serving vulnerable populations in Franklin County. Since 2014, this foundation partnership has approved nearly $6.4 million in support for central Ohio organizations working to address significant community issues, including mental health services, early childhood education, hunger and homelessness.

“The funding we received from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and The Columbus Foundation supports an innovative project for children with special needs. The support from extraordinary foundation partners demonstrates not only their desire to invest in the bricks and mortar of our new facility, but their belief in expanding cutting edge services to even more families in our community,” said Ginger Young, executive director, The Childhood League Center. “I am so grateful for the visionary leadership of these partners which secures the future for the most vulnerable in our community.”

For the 2017 funding cycle, Letters of Intent are due on June 2, 2017. Learn more about the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership here

Capital Improvement Request for Proposals Released

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation will again partner with The Columbus Foundation to support capital campaigns and projects designed to improve the delivery, quality and efficiency of nonprofits serving vulnerable populations in Franklin County. Since 2014, this foundation partnership has approved nearly $6.4 million in support for central Ohio organizations working to address significant community issues, including mental health services, early childhood education, hunger and homelessness.

“The funding we received from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and The Columbus Foundation supports an innovative project for children with special needs. The support from extraordinary foundation partners demonstrates not only their desire to invest in the bricks and mortar of our new facility, but their belief in expanding cutting edge services to even more families in our community,” said Ginger Young, executive director, The Childhood League Center. “I am so grateful for the visionary leadership of these partners which secures the future for the most vulnerable in our community.”

For the 2017 funding cycle, Letters of Intent are due on June 2, 2017. Learn more about the Capital Improvement Funding Partnership here