The ability of nonprofits to provide quality affordable services and programs depends on their ability to develop and maintain crucial infrastructure resources.
The first known people to settle in the Columbus area are the Erie tribe of American Indians.
This innovative adaptive re-use of historic buildings has given the properties purpose and has created a sustainable economic model for maintaining them.
65 Jefferson Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215
The idea for our campus of nonprofit organizations came about when a handful of community activists stood back from a challenging project and saw a greater possibility.
We love sharing the story of how a downtown neighborhood of dilapidated buildings was saved and then transformed, and we’ll take any opportunity given to showcase today’s campus where innovation is fostered, people are designing new endeavors, and organizations are delivering critical services.
Katharine Moore, Executive Director