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“Growth is essential before we find efficient programs to support. Funding of research that will hopefully make a difference—that’s the real goal.” ~Scott Talmage

“Growth is essential before we find efficient programs to support. Funding of research that will hopefully make a difference—that’s the real goal.” ~Scott Talmage

"For generations our family has called central Ohio home. The community is an essential part of not only our family business, but our personal lives as well," said Edgar "Bill" Ingram III, president of the Ingram-White Castle Foundation. "It is important that through our giving, our foundation reflects our desire to invest in organizations and programs that directly impact and make a difference in people's lives."

"For generations our family has called central Ohio home. The community is an essential part of not only our family business, but our personal lives as well," said Edgar "Bill" Ingram III, president of the Ingram-White Castle Foundation. "It is important that through our giving, our foundation reflects our desire to invest in organizations and programs that directly impact and make a difference in people's lives."

To hear Johnstown native Don Jakeway tell it, his entrance into World War II was fueled by a dare from rival high school football player, Paul "Snerd" Potter, of nearby Croton. Just after their high school graduations in June 1942, Paul approached Don at the local ice cream parlor with a deal that would change his life.

To hear Johnstown native Don Jakeway tell it, his entrance into World War II was fueled by a dare from rival high school football player, Paul "Snerd" Potter, of nearby Croton. Just after their high school graduations in June 1942, Paul approached Don at the local ice cream parlor with a deal that would change his life.

By partnering with The Columbus Foundation, you are on your way to making the biggest impact possible. As the community’s trusted philanthropic advisor®, we offer you smart tools to help you make informed choices about your giving. We can help you make a difference in the lives of others through the most effective philanthropy possible—in central Ohio, elsewhere in the United States, or around the world.

By partnering with The Columbus Foundation, you are on your way to making the biggest impact possible. As the community’s trusted philanthropic advisor®, we offer you smart tools to help you make informed choices about your giving. We can help you make a difference in the lives of others through the most effective philanthropy possible—in central Ohio, elsewhere in the United States, or around the world.

Marti Mercuri (pictured above) instills in her students a respect for all life, no matter how small. When she heard about The Columbus Foundation’s PowerPhilanthropy Match Day 2.0, she decided to teach her kindergarten class at Berwick Alternative Elementary School a lesson about how, just by collecting pennies, they could make a difference in the lives of some of their favorite animal friends.

Marti Mercuri (pictured above) instills in her students a respect for all life, no matter how small. When she heard about The Columbus Foundation’s PowerPhilanthropy Match Day 2.0, she decided to teach her kindergarten class at Berwick Alternative Elementary School a lesson about how, just by collecting pennies, they could make a difference in the lives of some of their favorite animal friends.

Luxury designer JJ. Valaya concluded Wills India Fashion Week with the tunes of international musicians, belly dancing and different colors of Turkish culture. On this occasion, B-town actress Kangna Ranaut also walks on the ramp as the show stopper.

Luxury designer JJ. Valaya concluded Wills India Fashion Week with the tunes of international musicians, belly dancing and different colors of Turkish culture. On this occasion, B-town actress Kangna Ranaut also walks on the ramp as the show stopper.

Founded in Wichita, Kan., in 1921, the “sliders” were priced at 5 cents a piece until the ’40s. The original location is pictured above.

Community Post: Patriotism In All 50 States

Founded in Wichita, Kan., in 1921, the “sliders” were priced at 5 cents a piece until the ’40s. The original location is pictured above.

The English Awards have provided over 1 million in grants to recognize and reward members of central Ohio social service agencies.

The English Awards have provided over 1 million in grants to recognize and reward members of central Ohio social service agencies.

In the winter of 1935, Melvin Honeycutt, an adventuresome six-year-old, was stricken with double pneumonia and measles. To endure the daily ritual of medicines he had to consume, his parents awarded him nickels and dimes, which Mel would ceremoniously tuck away for safe keeping.

In the winter of 1935, Melvin Honeycutt, an adventuresome six-year-old, was stricken with double pneumonia and measles. To endure the daily ritual of medicines he had to consume, his parents awarded him nickels and dimes, which Mel would ceremoniously tuck away for safe keeping.

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